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Three Sheets to the Wind with Drew Droege

Standard Spirits

Bottoms up! We got lit with Drew Droege before he blows the candles out on Happy Birthday Doug, his hysterical one-man show running through March 28th at Soho Playhouse. As Droege heads into the final month of the show, we sat down for three cocktails at NO BAR to dish about his beginnings in Los Angeles, the witchcraft of gay men, and the eternal damnation of The Academy for still not giving Glenn Close an Oscar. 

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Chic Happens: Nile Rodgers on Being a Legend, Not a Star

New York-Standard Sounds

Mere blocks from where he grew up and began his musical journey, pop god Nile Rodgers sat down with Standard Culture to recount his disco days, hearing himself for the first time in a club, and the many sources of inspiration that have fueled his career. 

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Crowd-sourcing: Cheryl Dunn's "Festivals Are Good" from Standard Press

New York-Standard Press

Festivals Are Good, the latest book from Standard Press, documents twenty-something years of music festival crowds through the lens of photographer Cheryl Dunn. 

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Three Years Wiser: An Interview with Wet

New York-Standard Sounds

Three years after recording "Songs from a Room" at The Penthouse, Wet returns older and wiser. 

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Author (and Former Model) Brad Gooch on His Memoir of Drugs, Disco, Love, and Literature

Miami-Booking

Life and loss in '70s New York, with cameos by Robert Mapplethorpe, Allen Ginsberg, Dennis Cooper, and William Burroughs.

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How This View Inspired 'Shame' Co-Writer Abi Morgan

New York-Standard Talks

The latest British talent to cross the pond for The BAFTA New York In Conversation Series at The Standard 


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