The 8-Ball Music Fair No. 1 (remember All Day Every Day's NEWSSTAND?) took place on Sunday, August 17 at Dustin Yellin's Pioneer Works in Brooklyn's Red Hook neighborhood--presenting an afternoon delight for both audiophiles and art-lovers.
Pitchfork held their The Pitchfork Review Issue 3 release party at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe last night in celebration of their glossy print endevour. The evenings agenda fearured readings by editor-in-chef of Pitchfork Mark Richardson, Pitchfork staff writer Jenn Pelly and old Pitchforker, new New York Magazine/Vulture pop critic Lindsay Zoladz. The beautiful and, oddly enough, nervous Dee Dee Penny from the Dum Dum Girls closed out the evening with a solo acustic set.