New & Of Note! The
annual Howl! Festival named in honor of the groundbreaking poem by
Allen Ginsberg takes place every Summer to celebrate the wealth of culture
found in NYC's East Village and Lower East Side.
Square Park, The Howl! Festival attracts more than 100,000 visitors
bringing to the clubs, galleries, parks, streets, and theaters of Manhattan's
Lower East Side an explosion of dance, film, food, music, performance, painting,
poetry, sculpture, and theater.
in the Sidewalks"
celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Kerouac/Amram first Jazz/poetry readings
ever given in New York in 1957.
Amram's quartet, with Kevin Twigg, John DeWitt and Adam Amram
are joined by John Ventimiglia of The Sopranos actress Adira Amram
and Scottish actor Russell Brand, as the featured program for New York's
annual Howl! Festival. At The
Bowery Poetry Club, Thursday, 9/610:00 PM.
David in this celebration of sounds and sooth was Tim Moran, John Ventimiglia,
Adira Amram, Russell Brand, Casey Cyr, Ron Whitehead, Frank Messina, Katinka Klein,
Erik Lawrence and Jose Pacheco.
contributing journalist, Jeremy Hogan was there snapping stills and rolling
Here to view The PhotoBook
there's some great VidClips Click
Here To View John Ventimiglia's "I
Think Of Neal", Adira Anram imparts, "On
The Roof of America" and Click
Here To View Jose Pacheco and his tale of "The
Night Charlie Parker Played Tenor at Montmartre Café in Greenwich Village."
Bar on A - WAR POEMS - WAR MUSIC part I
Poems - features poets, Ron Whitehead, Steve Dalichinsky, Larissa Schmailo,
Michael Warren McHugh, Ad Augeri, Ekayani, Lauren OBrien and her band;
with selected readings from Corso, Vedavyasa, Ginsberg, Snyder, Patchen, Kerouac.War
Music - features War Folk (w/McQ and the Dude), David Peel and the
Lower East Side, Heavy Weather, TheFather and the Son.
Video! Lensed by Jeremy Hogan, view Ron Whitehead
rail through "Gimme
Back My Wig and Tapping My Own Phone" Steve Dalachinsky
slips through "Heavy
Sleep" and Michael Warren McHugh rings out "War
Gathering of The Tribes - WAR POEMS/WAR MUSIC part II
George Wallace, Steve Dalichinsky, Larissa Schmailo, Michael Warren McHugh
and Ekayani. Music by Lauren OBrien and Ad Augeri
acoustic performing ALWAYS AT WAR
with selected readings from Corso, VedaVyasa, Patchen, Ginsberg, Kerouac,
Video! Lensed by Jeremy Hogan, view Steve
Dalachinsky read from HOWL "Supermarket
In LA" George Wallace exposes "The
Man Behind The Curtain" and Michael Warren McHugh
reads Patti Smith's poem "Radio
Howl! Festival 2007 was presented by FEVA
(Federation of East Village Artists)
in honor of the diverse culture of the Lower East Side with a weeklong
celebration. FEVA invites the community to clelbrate all the events at
local venues, the free outdoor gatherings and the concerts in Tompkins Square
Clips and Page from kindred Keepers of The Flame! Join us in celebrating the LifeArtSpirit
of Allen Ginsberg! Click Here to