Mar 9, 2014
The Daily Beast
Still Crazy for AndyBy Bob Colacello
Why does Andy Warhol and his art captivate us to this day? In an excerpt from the new edition of his superb account of the artist Holy Terror , Bob Colacello considers his legacy and fame.
When Staten Island was avant-garde: Wagner College revisits ties to Albee's 'Virginia Woolf'
Next week when Wagner College theater profs Michele Pawk and David McDonald enact the first scene in the marital snark-a-thon of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," they'll be making history, or rather, an interesting point about history.
The Chelsea Hotel: Warhol, Burroughs, and Nico
Here's a curious clip of Andy Warhol and William S. Burroughs having a chat at the iconic Chelsea Hotel in NYC.
Film School Rejects
6 Filmmaking Tips from Andy Warhol
When Andy Warhol made the switch from painting to filmmaking, he took popular culture by surprise.
Lou Reed's life and death leaves a mark on Portland music
Lou Reed died at age 71 on Sunday. To call him a rock legend is like saying Henry Ford made cars.