You moved to New York City for a reason — the culture, the 24-hour bodegas, the street meat, the crazies, the art — and the weirdness that makes New York, New York. Despite the influx of luxury towers and khaki-pantsed nerds, these artists keep on keeping weird, helping to make New York one of the most awesome places on Earth. … Read More
In honor of Art Basel, click through for photos of the art world’s most notorious parties — from Brooklyn art collective CHERYL’s opulently ridiculous dance shindigs to ragers at the… Read More
Brooklyn-based art-party collective CHERYL recently took over Flavorpill to film a music video accompaniment to our forthcoming “Administrative Soul” event at the Bell House on June 11th, the after-party to our GoldRun-powered Internet Week Culture Hunt. If you’ve ever been curious what it’s like to work here, the entire video was shot in our office (note cameos by the computers belonging to our office-mates VYou), and guest appearances were made by Flavorpill staff and extended family. There’s still glitter coating the floors. Oh, and if you, like us, can’t get enough of that song, the full version of “Administrative Soul” by Fake Money featuring Jason Hamlin is … Read More
New York is the land of infinite options: whether it’s an ostrich filet, a 3am palm reading, an impromptu spanking, or a baggie full of, well, anything, we’re all about esoteric amusements. Unless, you want to dance below midtown. Then you’re sort of screwed.
Or not? Staged every third Thursday, CHERYL is a new dance party thrown by a quasi-Dada-inspired cabal of four in Brooklyn. Calling themselves “the Cheryls” (as if co-opted from The Complete Book of Baby Names), the group says the party, “explores the themes of mortality, mania, the feline-human connection, the limits of shoulders, the flammability of dollar-store hair extensions, and the staining power of fake blood.” Sounds exciting, but is it? After the jump, we investigate. … Read More