The Ideal Glass Gallery in New York’s East Village describes itself as “a new interdisciplinary industrial space … created for the development and presentation of unusual works.” So, in order to draw a little attention to itself, the shop has seized on the 30th anniversary of Elvis’s passing to promote a new show. “The opening evening for press and invited guests, will include performances by musicians interpreting the King's music (including the Kosher King himself, Jelvis, The Jewish Elvis) along with a marathon screening of Elvis films, fashion show, a midnight vigil and Elvis-inspired food. The following three-day Elvis gallery installation (August 17-19, Noon to 7:00 p.m.) will unite visual artists and performers from as many disciplinary and cultural backgrounds as possible with generations of Elvis fans in the interest of promoting world peace through the Gospel of the King of Rock n' Roll.” JELVIS?! Oh, we are SO going to be there. Details are at Ideal Glass.org.