Monday, April 7, 2008


75 years ago prohibition ended.... i didn't know that- cnn's story is here

Monday, March 31, 2008

advertising spending up just a little in 2007

according to adweek and nielsen - advertising spending went up .6% - not a lot, but at least it didn't go down! details are here

Monday, March 24, 2008

Friday, March 21, 2008


One piece of good news due to slowing economy, Ratner loosing one of his biggest supporters client #9 to a prostitute, and all those law suits against him!!!! Read the NY Times article here

Thursday, February 21, 2008

spysat193 no more

so much for weather delays- the us navy shot down the big bird in the sky last nite
watch it here

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Blue ray HD is the winner, toshiba puts hd DVD to rest

the dvd battle so reminiscent of the beta vs vhs battle ended today with toshiba admitting defeat and dropping the hd dvd

to read the story click me

Saturday, February 16, 2008

my art deadlines list is now live

if you are using ical you can subscribe to it via this link
click this

to see it in a web browser click here

this list is pretty subjective, its just deadlines for stuff that i want to enter!

Thursday, February 14, 2008

how to shoot a spy in the sky

the USA military wants to shoot down a spy satellite that after being launched declared itself to be a communist democratic terrorist and therefore must be silenced....

or, its just broken

for the true story please go here
spy in the sky

Monday, February 11, 2008

Thursday, February 7, 2008



Front Room Gallery
147 roebling street
brooklyn, ny

open fri - sun
1 pm to 6 pm
& by appointment

For Immediate Release:
The Third Annual WAGMAG Benefit Art Show

Admission is free, Tickets for artwork drawing are $150
Tickets can be purchased at the gallery or online at: or

Advanced Viewing: February 1st-February 8th
Reception and Raffle of work Friday February 8th, 7-9
Viewing hours: Fri-Sun 1-6

WAGMAG (Williamsburg and Greenpoint Monthly Art Guide) is pleased to present its Third annual benefit to support its mission to promote the over fifty galleries throughout Williamsburg and Greenpoint, to enlighten gallery goers as to art events and give recognition to the exhibiting artists through current listings and reviews.

All galleries included in WAGMAG are have been invited to participate in this exhibition, as well as some prominent artists from the neighborhood. The resulting show will not only generate funding for WAGMAG but also reflect the spirit and personality of the Williamsburg art community.

Works will be on view from Friday, February 1st through Friday February 8th. Tickets available during viewing and on the benefit evening. A ticket for $150 guarantees a work of art, a drawing decides the order in which ticketholders select an artwork. Benefit evening, Friday, February 8th 7-9, drawing begins at 8:00.

Galleries Included:
3rd Ward, A.M. Richard, AdHoc, Art 101, ArticleProjects, Artmoving, Capla Kesting, Ch’I, Cinders, Dam Stuhltrager, English Kills, Figureworks, Front Room, Janet Kurnatowski, Hogar Collection, HQ, Jack the Pelican, Klaus Von Nichtssagend, Like the Spice, LMAK, McCaig-Welles, Momenta, Nurture Art, Parker’s Box, Pierogi, Pocket Utopia, Secret Project Robot, Sideshow, Slate, Stripeman, Vertexlist, Williamsburg Art & Historical Center

Works by:
Amanda Alic, Sarah Barker, Kris Benedict, John Breiner, Steven Brower, Ken Butler, Nayda Collazo-Llorens, Lincoln Capla, Andrea Cote, Ethan Crenson, Greg Curry, Joy Curtis, Peggy Cyphers, Lisa Dilillo, Hubert Dobler, George Ferrundi, Andrew Garn, P.S. Gordon, Erik Guzman, Steven Harding, Sean Hemmerle, Amy Hill, Eric Hollander, Mary Hrbecek, Richard Humann, Alessandro's Keegan, David Kesting, David Kramer, Brian LaRossa, Ben La Rocco, Yulia Lanina, Brian Leo, Terrance Lindell, Stephen Maine, Stephen Mallon, Sasha Mallan, Karen Marston, Patrick Martinez, Mark Masyga, James Austin Murrey, Mike Norkin, Ian Pedego, William Powhida, Cathy Nan Quinlin, Ross Racine, Ellen E. Rand, James Reeder, Carlos Roque, Nickolas Roundané, Emily Roz, Tom Rosenthal, Sante Scardillo, Jimmy Serkoch, Philip Simmons, Jeremy Slater, Skewville, George Spenser, Rodger Stevens, Mary Ann Strandell, Miho Suzuki, Richard Timperio, Chris Twomey, Joanne Ungar, Kathleen Vance, Jason Van Anden, Susan's Wanklyn, Chadwick Whitehead, Alun Williams, David Wells, Don Voisine, Mika Yokobori

The Front Room is at 147 Roebling St.
(the corner of Roebling & Metropolitan, Brooklyn).
For more information please contact:
Daniel Aycock
(718) 782-2556

Front Room Gallery
147 roebling street
brooklyn, new york 11211

we need a gallery in china!

according to the art newspaper, china just became the third most important market by value, pushing France down to spot #3. NY is #1, London #2

brooklyn navy yard- open call for media center DUE DATE FEB 29th

in case anyone wants to do some urban planning- check this out-

anyone want to open a nfp photo gallery?????

not with me, just an idea- its a great chance for someone or some nfp group to do something here

Sunday, February 3, 2008

to blog or not to blog?

due to increased traffic, ideas, diapers, and other misc possibilities the suggestion to blog instead of email has arrived......