MoMA PS1 Warm Up 2013: Original Dub

Scott Lynch

The PS1 Warm Up kicked off for the season in Long Island City this past weekend. You can see more of Scott Lynch’s photos in Bedford + Bowery’s Flickr pool. Meanwhile PS1’s VW Dome closed in Rockaway with a disco party. See B + B’s Instagram for that.

Former doormen Angelo Fabara (who it so happens was at the Dome party with us) and Thomas Onarato recall the glory days of downtown nightlife. “Everyone was in his/her persona, day or night,” says Fabara. “They didn’t go home and change into their nightclubbing outfit. These people were in it, all night long. In the East Village, they really were. You really saw a shift right at like ’98.” [Red Bull Music Academy]

The Trapeze School of New York may reside in Hamilton Fish Park’s rec center this winter. [The Lo-Down]

Recent Greenpoint crime includes a peeping Tom on Humboldt Street and a homeless man that’s been kicking pedestrians. [Greenpointers]

The Orchard Street Runners held an unsanctioned midnight half-marathon through the LES and parts of Brooklyn on Friday night. [The Lo-Down]

LES nightclub Foundation, where you can dance on “your very own gold stripper pole,” was shuttered by the Department of Health on Friday for the fourth time in two years. [Bowery Boogie]

The director of 21 Jump Street (the classic TV show, not the Channing Tatum movie) has been appointed president of Brooklyn College’s film school, which opens in the Navy Yard in 2015. [Brokelyn]

Watch this 1969 music video by Dutch band The Missions that’s set in New York and has an outdoor boxing match, a Dutch airport announcement as an interlude, and lots of great old cars. [Gothamist]