tennessee thomas

No Comments

Still Not Sold On Sanders? Maybe This Bernie O’ Lantern Will Do the Trick

bernard

Despite the cold that had descended on Washington Square Park Monday evening, a half dozen activists were clearly feeling The Bern. Their task: get Democrats registered to vote in New York’s April primary — hopefully for Bernie Sanders, their feisty man of the people.

Keep Reading »

No Comments

Adam Green Wants to Do a Papier-Mâché Remake of ‘Aladdin’ With Macaulay Culkin

Adam Green in front of one of his paintings (Photo: Anna Silman)

Adam Green in front of one of his paintings (Photo: Anna Silman)

Clothing designer Andrea Diodati (Photo: Anna Silman)

Clothing designer Andrea Diodati (Photo: Anna Silman)

Clothing by Andrea Diodati (Photo: Anna Silman)

Clothing by Andrea Diodati (Photo: Anna Silman)

Jewelry designer Meghan Farrell (Photo: Anna Silman)

Jewelry designer Meghan Farrell (Photo: Anna Silman)

Tennessee Thomas holding one of Green's sculptures (Photo: Anna Silman)

Tennessee Thomas holding one of Green's sculptures (Photo: Anna Silman)

Andrea Diodati, Adam Green and Meghan Farrell (Photo: Anna Silman)

Andrea Diodati, Adam Green and Meghan Farrell (Photo: Anna Silman)

Tennessee Thomas and Meghan Farrell (Photo: Anna Silman)

Tennessee Thomas and Meghan Farrell (Photo: Anna Silman)

Outside the Deep End Club (Photo: Anna Silman)

Outside the Deep End Club (Photo: Anna Silman)

Outside the Deep End Club (Photo: Anna Silman)

Outside the Deep End Club (Photo: Anna Silman)

Outside the Deep End Club (Photo: Anna Silman)

Outside the Deep End Club (Photo: Anna Silman)

Daniel Pinchbeck films an interview for

Daniel Pinchbeck films an interview for "Mind Shift" (Photo: Anna Silman)

Adam Green's Cat Sarcophagus (Photo: Anna Silman)

Adam Green's Cat Sarcophagus (Photo: Anna Silman)

Last night, Adam Green of the Moldy Peaches came together with other local artists and designers for the opening night of the Deep End Club, Tennessee Thomas’s new collaborative creative space and cool-kid hangout (and store!) next to a Repeat Performance.
Keep Reading »

1 Comment

A Quirky Antiques Shop Opens an Even Quirkier New Cultural Venue

The new space (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new space (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new space (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new space (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new space (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new space (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new space (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new space (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new space (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new space (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new space (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new space (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new space (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new space (Photo: Anna Silman)

A Repeat Performance (Photo: Anna Silman)

A Repeat Performance (Photo: Anna Silman)

A Repeat Performance (Photo: Anna Silman)

A Repeat Performance (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new storefront (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new storefront (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new storefront (Photo: Anna Silman)

The new storefront (Photo: Anna Silman)

A Repeat Performance could certainly use a little extra space. The beloved East Village antique shop is practically bursting at the seams, overflowing with decades-worth of ephemera collected by co-owners Sharon Jane Smith and Beverley Bronson. Costume jewelry spills over on to the racks of vintage clothing, brightly colored felt hand-puppets overlook a vintage surfboard, while rows of leather satchels vie for space amidst one of the world’s most eclectic lamp collections.
Keep Reading »