52 weeks ago, Spiegelworld began documenting its epic journey back from shutdown to showtime through the eyes of its resilient Las Vegas artists. In this special anniversary episode, Grace from OPIUM and Petra from Atomic Saloon Show look back at a year of memories, just as Spiegelworld makes a big announcement about the future.
Since Spiegelworld began, Australian artist Mark Ogge has been there to commemorate our most important occasions. This tradition started in 2006 with a mural commissioned for the grand entrance archway at Spiegelworld’s first site at the South Street Seaport in New York City. Guests would pass the stinking dumpsters and decaying remains of the Fulton […]
We’ve been hearing a lot about “thirst traps” lately, which can only mean one thing: word is out about Atomic Saloon‘s signature cocktail towers. Not that we blame folks for talking. Just look at that Painted Lady. Who wouldn’t? Served in a gallon-sized crystal goblet, this pretty-as-a-picture large format cocktail contains 12-14 drinks and serves […]
It was called Disco Demolition Night. On July 12, 1979, a major league baseball promotion was spearheaded by Chicago radio announcer and anti-disco campaigner Steve Dahl.