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Now, Hot Snakes — who broke up in 2005 and briefly reunited for a tour six years later — are back preparing their first new record in over a decade, which they plan to release next year.
“Fictions,” featuring work by nineteen artists from around the country, and with a strong proportion of installation and work in unorthodox materials, began in September and runs through early January.
—In some ways, Downtown Boys are a classic rock ’n’ roll success story.
Not long after, that “fake” band turned into the very real project Dream Wife.
There will be something for everyone: talks of pop culture with Las Culturistas; biting feminist satire from the ladies of Reductress’ Mouth Time; foodie advice from the critic and Brooklyn native Mimi Sheraton on The Sporkful Presents: Ask Mimi; and, of course, an assortment of comedy and sketch shows ranging from the well-known to the obscure.