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Laurie anderson

"Any time I try to draw any sort of picture of the future, my pencil runs out of lead." Laurie Anderson on the future of NYC, for our New York City Tomorrow series.
Starting today, the public can access an archive of ephemera that belonged to the late singer.
The performance, rooted in the feedback Lou Reed's old guitars produce when placed against amplifiers, commemorate the late musician's birthday.
The free show features Reed's guitars placed against amplifiers, creating a cacophony of suspended notes.
17 degree weather, be damned—we want culture for our canines!
The dogs' humans can come too—they'll get special human headphones.
Laurie Anderson's project also incorporates 9/11 stories, tUnE-yArDs, and a disco ball.
It was at Pure Flow on West 15th.
"He died on Sunday morning looking at the trees and doing the famous 21 form of tai chi with just his musician hands moving through the air."
There reportedly was an "emergency call" about a man suffering from dehydration.
Last night Lou Reed, Laurie Anderson, and Philip Glass joined Occupy Wall Street protesters at a barricaded Lincoln Center, where a hunger strike was declared until the city opened the plaza to demonstrations.
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