Mike Huckabee responded to the Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage with this gem; he said, “The Supreme Court can no more repeal the laws of nature and nature’s God on marriage than it can the law of gravity.” Whether you believe in a creator or not, it is fantastical to equate the laws of physics with an institutionContinue reading “Editorial: #Love&Marriage”
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Artist Spotlight: Sky White, Founder of Wendigo Tea
Interview conducted by @KralTunes Question: What does the member of an alternative, glam, post hardcore, hard rock band do to occupy his time when said band decides it’s time to pause?! If you’re Foxy Shazam’s Sky White, you become an importer/exporter in the fine tea biz. I needed a conversation with the ‘Art Vandelay’ of tea.Continue reading “Artist Spotlight: Sky White, Founder of Wendigo Tea”
Fuller, Green and Yo La Tengo
Written by Kimberly Cecchini (Text reposted from the Montclair Film Festival site: Sunday, May 10) Thursday night’s headline for the Montclair Film Festival was a film event that fit its subject; it was larger than life and totally outside of the box. The live documentary screened at the Wellmont Theatre was a tribute to R.Continue reading “Fuller, Green and Yo La Tengo”
Colbert Thanks Mavis For Being
Text and Photos by Kimberly Cecchini @tonightatdawn Facebook (Reposted from the Montclair Film Festival site: Sunday, May 10) Mavis Staples often starts out a performance with a whisper to bandmate Rick Holstrom, “I don’t have much tonight.” But a few songs later she’ll turn around to him and exclaim, “I got it back!” Staples didn’t need to get itContinue reading “Colbert Thanks Mavis For Being”
Text & photos by K. Cecchini Locked out, but not to worry. We reached through the bars with our iPhones to grab pics of Harif Guzman’s art at the Asbury Park Carousel House. The shadows? Three of my favorite girls; happy birthday, T!
Party Like It’s 1999
Text & Photos by K. Cecchini Pearl Jam tees wrapped in flannel. Glow sticks, dog tags, REM’s “Losing My Religion” and black light highlighting the lint on my sweater. AND Dwayne Wayne flip glasses. Yes, people were partying like it was 1999. To compliment its’ freshest exhibit, Come As You Are, the Montclair Art Museum balanced all ofContinue reading “Party Like It’s 1999”
Tonight at Dawn just reached its 1st year anniversary and 200th article on Sunday (2.22: “Tonight at Noon“). To celebrate, we are presenting our largest (& favorite) milestones from the last 365 days. Thanks for taking the ride and stay with us as we evolve! Tonight at Dawn: Favorite Posts by the Month 2014 February: TaD’sContinue reading “365 Dawns”
Come As You Are
Text by K. Cecchini Come As You Are: Art of the 1990’s Montclair Art Museum (MAM): Now-May 17, 2015 Montclair, NJ If Pearl Jam, Wu Tang and, of course, Nirvana, are now considered classics, then I suppose the nineties is now ripe for retrospect. Alexandra Schwartz takes on the decade through art created between the fall of theContinue reading “Come As You Are”
Keep Calm and Become…What?
Text by K. Cecchini/Images by Margeaux Walter Do commercial objects act as props in our life stories or are we Becoming them? Margeaux Walter continues an exploration of our relationship with the commercial world via an interactive public art project in Queens and her solo exhibit at Chelsea’s Winston Watcher Gallery. “Keep Calm & GetContinue reading “Keep Calm and Become…What?”
Check it out! K. Cecchini’s article on Langstrasse: Zürich’s Red District is available now at Millennium Magazine . Download the magazine to see the full 10-page photo spread.