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2014 Stories by Angela Ashman

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  • WORDPLAY

    published April 30, 2014

    Usually in Scrabble, when you have terrible letters, you’re just plain out of luck. But, today, there’s a way to win: Scrabble for... More >>

  • CLAP, CLAP, COUGH

    published April 30, 2014

    Sure, you could spend your Cinco de Mayo trying to be all authentic about it. But we think it would be more fun to enjoy the evening with the... More >>

  • DEEP SOUTH

    published April 30, 2014

    It’s never a bad sign when a show is extended before it even opens. An Octoroon, running through May 24 at Soho Rep, is the world premiere... More >>

  • RHYME AND REASON

    published April 23, 2014

    In honor of National Poetry Month, the Voice asked none other than former U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins to gather a list of a few of his... More >>

  • NEW CHAPTERS

    published April 23, 2014

    Martin Amis, Lydia Davis, Deborah Eisenberg, A.M. Homes, and Téa Obreht are just a few of the outstanding authors participating in this... More >>

  • SUPERSTAR POWER

    published April 23, 2014

    She may be 78, but Ultra Violet, an heiress from France who became Salvador Dalí’s muse and a Warhol Superstar, hasn’t dimmed a... More >>

  • BLACK MAGIC

    published April 16, 2014

    With the weather warming up, you might be thinking about planning a camping trip. The closest and most convenient spot we know of is at the Wild... More >>

  • BOHEMIAN TALES

    published April 16, 2014

    With preservationists waging endless battles against developers in Greenwich Village, there’s no better time for Greenwich Village Stories,... More >>

  • NO MORE SILENCE

    published April 9, 2014

    When the Brooklyn Museum opens a major retrospective of the work of Ai Weiwei on April 17, the only thing missing will be the artist himself, who... More >>

  • VILLAGE PEOPLE

    published April 9, 2014

    The Lower East Side has certainly gone through its share of changes since James Delancey farmed there in the 1700s. East Side Stories is an annual... More >>

  • UNDER THE SEA

    published April 9, 2014

    Swoon, the street artist whose intricate life-size portraits made her famous, is taking her work indoors with a site-specific installation at the... More >>

  • THE BIG PICTURE

    published April 2, 2014

    Here’s something fun and for a good cause, too: a benefit exhibition and sale of art to raise funds for CalArts, the renowned West Coast art... More >>

  • WINNER'S CIRCLE

    published April 2, 2014

    Hear Pulitzer Prize-winning plays read by top actors when the Labyrinth Theater Company presents Pulitzer Fest. For one week, five plays will be... More >>

  • GET DIRTY

    published April 2, 2014

    Want to see your artwork in a major museum? Hurry to the New Museum, where the exhibition “Pawel Althamer: The Neighbors” (ending... More >>

  • LITTLE LIES

    published March 26, 2014

    Taking on gun violence in schools, Scott Z. Burns’s new drama, The Library, concerns a girl who struggles to explain what she saw during a... More >>

  • AMERICANS DREAMING

    published March 26, 2014

    It’s the season of Lorraine Hansberry. The Brooklyn Museum and the New York 
Public Library both recently offered 
exhibitions... More >>

  • SMALL-TOWN BLUES

    published March 26, 2014

    Known for his highly original, wonderfully idiosyncratic style, Pulitzer finalist Will Eno received excellent reviews for his play The Realistic... More >>

  • ROYAL TREATMENT

    published March 19, 2014

    Based on a true story, Lolita Chakrabarti’s Red Velvet takes you back to the Theatre Royal in London in 1833, where Edmund Kean, regarded as... More >>

  • WHAT'S YOUR DAMAGE?

    published March 19, 2014

    Well, fuck us gently with a chainsaw: Heathers: The Musical is finally coming to town after a sold-out run in Los Angeles. Laurence... More >>

  • THE SELBY LIFE

    published March 12, 2014

    Photographer, illustrator, and tastemaker Todd Selby has done books on creative people in their homes (The Selby Is in Your Place), top chefs in... More >>

  • RETAIL HEAVEN

    published March 12, 2014

    Is it an exhibition? A retail store? A gym? DISown: Not for Everyone is all of those things and more. Artist Lizzie Fitch’s “retail... More >>

  • WHERE IT'S AT

    published March 5, 2014

    The Armory Show and its many satellite shows are upon us once again this week. But, for something completely different, head to urban art gallery... More >>

  • ANDY LAND

    published March 5, 2014

    Want to know everything there is to know about Andy Warhol? Bob Colacello, who edited Warhol’s Interview magazine, published the definitive... More >>

  • MADE IN FRANCE

    published March 5, 2014

    France invades NYC with the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s 19th annual, eclectic-as-ever showcase of contemporary Gallic cinema, this year... More >>

  • RED LIGHT DISTRICT

    published March 5, 2014

    Nina Arianda, who won a Tony in 2012 for burning up the stage as a dominatrix in Venus in Fur, returns in another racy role. In David... More >>

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