ARTHURDESH – Sat Feb 28 8pm SHARP, $8-up, all ages, Bushwick, capacity is 375 so arrive early

arthurdeshscreenprint

The story ch. xiii presents

ARTHURDESH
benefit for arthur magazine, independently curated by michael curtis hilde and produced by todd p.

MV & EE
Peter Stampfel (Holy Modal Rounders) and the Ether Frolic Mob
Dr Ragtime & Pals (Jack Rose Band)
Jana Hunter & TJO
quad (Helen Rush, PG Six, Samara Lubelski, Bob Bannister)
Sharon Van Etten
Mountainhood
Headdress
White Hills

Readings by Louise Landis Levi, Byron Coley and Gary Panter, Wesley Eisold and Max Morton, Angela Jaeger, and Robbie Snyderman

Visuals by Flying Andes

Saturday, February 28, 2009
8pm
$8-30 sliding scale | all ages
Market Hotel
1142 Myrtle Ave
Bushwick, Brooklyn
11221

curator michael curtis hilde .:. readings curator byron coley
.:. production toddpnyc.com .:.

Poster by Arik Roper

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ARTHURDESH – Sat Feb 28 8pm SHARP, $8-up, all ages, Bushwick, capacity is 375 so arrive early

arthurdeshscreenprint

The story ch. xiii presents

ARTHURDESH
benefit for arthur magazine, independently curated by michael curtis hilde and produced by todd p.

MV & EE
Peter Stampfel (Holy Modal Rounders) and the Ether Frolic Mob
Dr Ragtime & Pals (Jack Rose Band)
Jana Hunter & TJO
quad (Helen Rush, PG Six, Samara Lubelski, Bob Bannister)
Sharon Van Etten
Mountainhood
Headdress
White Hills

Readings by Louise Landis Levi, Byron Coley and Gary Panter, Wesley Eisold and Max Morton, Angela Jaeger, and Robbie Snyderman

Visuals by Flying Andes

Saturday, February 28, 2009
8pm
$8-30 sliding scale | all ages
Market Hotel
1142 Myrtle Ave
Bushwick, Brooklyn
11221

curator michael curtis hilde .:. readings curator byron coley
.:. production toddpnyc.com .:.

Poster by Arik Roper

Continue reading

ARTHURDESH – Sat Feb 28 2009 8pm SHARP, $8-up, all ages, Bushwick, capacity is 375 so arrive early

arthurdeshscreenprint

The story ch. xiii presents

ARTHURDESH
benefit for arthur magazine, independently curated by michael curtis hilde and produced by todd p.

MV & EE
Peter Stampfel (Holy Modal Rounders) and the Ether Frolic Mob
Dr Ragtime & Pals (Jack Rose Band)
Jana Hunter & TJO
quad (Helen Rush, PG Six, Samara Lubelski, Bob Bannister)
Sharon Van Etten
Mountainhood
Headdress
White Hills

Readings by Louise Landis Levi, Byron Coley and Gary Panter, Wesley Eisold and Max Morton, Angela Jaeger, and Robbie Snyderman

Visuals by Flying Andes

Saturday, February 28, 2009
8pm
$8-30 sliding scale | all ages
Market Hotel
1142 Myrtle Ave
Bushwick, Brooklyn
11221

curator michael curtis hilde .:. readings curator byron coley
.:. production toddpnyc.com .:.

Poster by Arik Roper

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“Pre-industrial revolution tactics with food"

We need more of this, everywhere, as soon as possible: artisans making high-quality goods for barter and sale in local economies, and teaching what they know in hands-on workshops.

From The New York Times – February 25, 2009

Brooklyn’s New Culinary Movement
By OLIVER SCHWANER-ALBRIGHT

TO get the slightly battered convection oven for their new Brooklyn chocolate factory, Rick and Michael Mast traded 250 chocolate bars.

The chocolate is as good as legal tender for Andrew Tarlow and Mark Firth, owners of Marlow & Sons, the restaurant and specialty shop that bartered away the oven. “We can’t keep it in stock,” Mr. Tarlow said. “It sells better than anything else.”

About two years ago the Masts were trading truffles for beers at a local bar. Now Mast Brothers Chocolate has a national following as one of the few producers in the country, and the only one in the city, to make chocolate by hand from cacao beans they’ve roasted, in that oven. These days, with a kitchen and a bit of ambition, you can start to make a name for yourself in Brooklyn. The borough has become an incubator for a culinary-minded generation whose idea of fun is learning how to make something delicious and finding a way to sell it.
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