For the second installment of the recently resurrected TV Party, Glenn O’Brien gathered the gang at New York’s Lafayette House for one of the most sophisticated pajama parties of all time. Read More ›
Joan Juliet Buck may be best knows as a writer and former editor of French Vogue, but as it turns out, she’s also an expert at dream interpretation. Read More ›
Acclaimed noise musician and former member of Parts & Labor Dan Friel stopped by to provide the Lafayette House with a little feedback-in-bed in this very psychedelic moment from the second episode.
David Spade dropped by the pajama party to debut his new lay-down comedy routine. Stand-up comedy is a rigorous activity, simply standing for long periods of time can lead to joint compression, varicose veins, and something called postural muscle fatigue, which I’m sure is terrible. Here’s to a much safer and more intimate format for comedy.