Dave (day-ve) joined Bowery Boogie in November 2008. Coming from a background in the entertainment industry, he spends most of his time working with emerging technologies and developing digital strategies. His photography and video work has appeared in print, web, and television including BBC America, Billboard Magazine, Spin Magazine, and Spin Digital. Dave is a graduate of NYU despite dropping out at one point to play in a band. As a musician-turned-geek, he has performed at Carnegie Hall, played to crowds of one, and has owned more pairs of Chucks than you can imagine.

Posts by Dave

Scott Weiland Slithers at Highline Ballroom [11/26/12]

Posted November 27, 2012 at 12:00 pm

If there’s a theremin and keyboard on stage for an artist that you’ve never heard use either before, prepare yourself for a trip to crazy town. Scott Weiland played the Highline Ballroom last night. Let’s start with a sobriety check. Over the years we’ve seen Weiland in Stone Temple Pilots, solo, and Velvet Revolver. Last […]

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Sandy Relief: We’re Donating Our Advertising to Local Businesses

Posted November 5, 2012 at 1:19 pm

Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath struck a large blow to local Lower East Side businesses, and we would like to do our part to help revitalize commerce.

Follow Us on Twitter for Latest Updates on Sandy Recovery Efforts

Last modified November 4, 2012 at 11:26 am

We’ve learned a valuable lesson during the past week: With events like Hurricane Sandy, people need instant updates. Instead of spending all our time writing posts right now, we’ve been trying to focus on helping in person and keeping our Twitter account updated with information as soon as we get it. Don’t worry, we’ll still […]

Scenes from Sandy: The Lower East Side at Night [PHOTOS]

Posted November 1, 2012 at 8:47 pm

For those with power tonight: here’s what you’re missing as you watch TV or whatnot. These photos are from the past few days, and are striking. It’s amazing to see the contrast between the have and the have-nots. Referring to electricity, of course. The beauty of the images almost makes it hard to believe that […]

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Relief Efforts for Seward Park Seniors Underway

Last modified November 1, 2012 at 3:01 pm

We’ve just been updated that the initiative that we helped organize yesterday is currently in progress. This morning at 10:30am, we gathered with organizer, Evan, and a group of roughly a dozen volunteers. The mission: check on the elderly and homebound residents of the Seward Park co-ops at 387 Grand Street. Volunteers came equipped with […]


Post Your LES Sandy Rescue and Relief Info Here

Last modified November 4, 2012 at 11:26 am

We’ve gotten a huge outpouring of people who want to help with Sandy relief and rescue efforts in the Lower East Side. Right now we’re operating with very limited resources so what might work best is if we open the floor to all of you. Please use the comment section of this post as a […]

Watch as Wind Rips Moscot Sign from Building [VIDEO]

Posted October 31, 2012 at 8:00 pm

The wind was a force that Sol Moscot‘s signage couldn’t reckon with Monday night. Check out this video sent in by a reader and watch as the small sign visible on the top right of this picture is ripped from the building during the storm winds that Hurricane Sandy brought to the Lower East Side. […]

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Scenes from Sandy: Fallen Tree on Rivington

Posted October 31, 2012 at 1:08 pm

This fallen tree is located on Rivington Street across from Schiller’s. Luckily it managed to topple into the fence and not towards the street.

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Scenes from Sandy: Life in the Dark [PHOTOS]

Last modified October 31, 2012 at 11:52 am

Last night was a site to be seen, albeit hard to be seen on the Lower East Side. Here are some shots from our walkabout. Shown are looking east on Delancey, Rivington and Essex, and looking south on Orchard.

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Lady Gaga’s Hurricane Blues for the LES

Last modified October 30, 2012 at 8:51 pm

  The Mother Monster has been following Sandy’s messy path which brought back some memories of the LES. im not sure where to put these feelings. im so sad. i feel like my entire childhood is underwater. the boardwalk in atlantic city, my old Apts in Brooklyn and LES. all the bars and friends. im […]

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