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Andrew W.k.

  1. My Favorite Things
    SuChin Pak Picks Her Four Favorite L.A. Food VendorsOn the eve of Hollywood’s final Hester Street Fair, its famous founder tells us which L.A. edibles she can’t live without.
  2. Openings
    CB3 Tries to Kill the Music at Former Mo Pitkins, But Restaurants Keep onPhil Hartman and Todd Patrick face a hurdle in merging live music with Mexican food, but dining rooms are rocking all over town.
  3. Temporary Closings
    Santos Party House After Drug Bust: ‘We Are a Mom-and-Pop Business’Andrew W.K.’s nightclub (and others) are brought down for drug sales.
  4. Foodievents
    ’Cue Tips: Summer’s Last Chances to Get Barbecue With a Side ofConcerts and dance parties where Fatty ‘Cue, Dinosaur, and others are bringing the food.
  5. Mediavore
    Andrew W.K. Dreams of Spicy Restaurant; L&L Hawaiian Sells $266 Million LotteryA serious rocker would love to devote an eatery to the hotter things in life, while a PIco-Rivera restaurant earns a million dollar commission.
  6. Mediavore
    Samuelsson’s Reduced Role at Aquavit; Mendelsohn Creates AP BurgerPlus: Marcus Samuelsson’s new Aquavit title, and an Associated Press burger, all in our morning news roundup.
  7. Mediavore
    No Food Paparazzi for Philly; Hotels Add Grab And GoPlus: breaking down a wall for dinner, and the Associated Press burger, all in our morning news roundup.
  8. Mediavore
    Teamsters Threaten Dunkin’; Hotels Add Grab And GoPlus: breaking down a wall for dinner, and the Associated Press burger, all in our morning news roundup.
  9. Distractions
    Food Party 4: Andrew W.K. Narrates the Story of Rice Porridge, and It InvolvesThe latest episode of our favorite food show has hit the web.
  10. How Bizarre
    Mascots and Puppets Take Over Monkey Town and Odessa BarThu Tran and Nate Hill are on the loose again.
  11. Clarification
    A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints: De Santos vs. Santos’ Party HouseBoth are owned by rockers, but one is an Italian restaurant in the West Village and the other is a downtown dance den.
  12. NewsFeed
    Andrew W.K. Experiences Déjà Chew at Big Nick’sThe owners of Santos’ Party House have been keeping a low profile, but Amos Barshad managed to sit down with Andrew W.K.
  13. Openings
    Santos’ Party House Opens Upstairs SpaceWith a sound system that promises to do justice to its cabaret license, Santos (a.k.a. Santa’s) is very early Christmas gift to dance fiends.
  14. Openings
    Santos’ Party House Actually Houses a PartyWe get an early look at Andrew W.K.’s new spot, a long overdue throwback to the days of bare-bones box clubs.
  15. NewsFeed
    Will (Le) Poisson Rouge, 100 Lafayette ‘Change Life As We Know It’?“A burlesqueish performance spot” comes to the West Village, and more news on Andrew W.K.’s club.
  16. NewsFeed
    LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy Aboard at 100 LafayetteJames Murphy reveals on the message board of his label, DFA, that he’ll be doing a little something there called Special Disco Version at Andrew WK’s new party pad.
  17. NewsFeed
    It’s Time to Party at Andrew W.K.’s PlaceTwo years after it was first granted a liquor license, Andrew W.K.’s party/performance venue is finally ready to rock.
  18. NewsFeed
    SLA Poops the Party at Andrew W.K.’s Soon-to-Open Venue Brooklyn Vegan has it that on April 5 rocker-muse Andrew W.K. and artist Spencer Sweeney will host a Handsome Furs performance at their long-in-the-works venue, at one point called Santa’s Party House. We’ve heard that owners of bygone East Village dive the Hole will also be involved along with bookers from the Knitting Factory and P.S. 1’s Warm-Up series. But it might not be time to party hardy just yet.
  19. The New York Diet
    Musician Andrew W.K. Eats Pretty Much Everything With a Side of Nuts What does a party animal eat? Well, peanuts, for one, and not just at parties. Andrew W.K., who has parlayed his rock anthems such as “It’s Time to Party” into a career as a performance artist and motivational speaker of sorts, tells us he eats them with everything from his breakfast cereal to junk food. “Once I started teaming Cheetos up with peanuts, I was really hitting them hard,” he says. Though he confesses to the occasional post-peanut queasiness, it hasn’t bogged him down much: In addition to kicking off the Bamboozle music festival tomorrow morning with a rousing speech, he’s currently at work on a freeform TV show, a solo piano album (and others), and a multipurpose venue to open in lower Manhattan by summer. To get an idea of what sorts of bar snacks he might just be serving at the latter, we asked him what he’s eaten this week.