Posts Tagged ‘Howl’

This Week in WCP Arts: Politics & Prose, D.C.’s Sideshow Scene, and the Stewart/Colbert Rally

On the cover of this week's Washington City Paper, Tom Anderson takes a close look at Politics & Prose, the D.C. bookstore and cultural institution that's currently up for sale. Worth pondering: How much is the massive amount of goodwill the store has generated over the years actually worth?
Mike Riggs leads off the arts section [...]

Howling Forever: TV on the Radio’s Kyp Malone on Allen Ginsberg and “Howl in the City”

Kyp Malone does not stand still. When his band TV on the Radio finished up its most recent tour, multi-instrumentalist Malone kept pushing forward. He released a strange, even unsettling solo album under the name Rain Machine and hit the road again both in the states and in Europe. When he was recently invited to [...]

16 Years After Allen Ginsberg’s D.C. “Howl” Reading, Artists Get Their Beat On

As history, the National Gallery's current exhibit of photographs by the beat poet Allen Ginsburg was always going to be a win. As art? Not necessarily, but our critic Louis Jacobson found himself surprised. He loved it.
"Beat Memories: The Photographs of Allen Ginsberg" runs through Sept. 6, and while Ginsberg's photographs of luminaries like Kerouac [...]