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2010 Stories by Angela Ashman

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  • SAY WHAT?

    published April 27, 2010

    Last fall, comedian Marc Maron, who hosted various radio shows on the now-defunct Air America, launched a twice-a-week podcast called WTF With... More >>

  • JOIN THE FAMILY

    published April 20, 2010

    If we lived in L.A., we'd never go to the beach. Instead, we'd be too busy hoarding everything at the indie bookstore Family, an underground... More >>

  • LITERARY POWWOW

    published April 20, 2010

    If you think you can truly tell the difference between male and female writing, perhaps it's time to take The Diversity Test: Gender and... More >>

  • BROOKLYN CHIC

    published April 20, 2010

    Can't afford the $500 ticket to this year's Brooklyn Ball at the Brooklyn Museum? No need to worry, because the $75 High Style: The After... More >>

  • SURREAL MELTING POT

    published April 20, 2010

    Chicken jokes, roller skaters, Life cereal . . . put those elements together and they don't make much sense. But in Charles L. Mee's... More >>

  • LUCK OF THE IRISH

    published April 13, 2010

    Reading for the first time in New York since 2006, the Irish poet Seamus Heaney, Nobel laureate of 1995, might well pack the 2,000-seat... More >>

  • DREAM CATCHER

    published April 13, 2010

    We all know someone like performance artist Shana Moulton's character Cynthia. She's your most anxious friend, with a collection of magic crystals... More >>

  • MONSTER MASH

    published April 13, 2010

    The crusty sci-fi monsters of the thrash-metal band GWAR have a problem. Apparently, the 43-billion-year-old lead screamer Oderus Urungus is up to... More >>

  • THINK BIG

    published April 13, 2010

    Can the war in Afghanistan be won? Is electronic publishing changing literature for the worse? Attempting to provide some answers to these... More >>

  • A SERIOUS MAN

    published April 6, 2010

    As we eagerly await someone to leak the writings from J.D. Salinger's sacred vault, the Morgan Library & Museum is the first to offer up a... More >>

  • YOUNG LOVE

    published April 6, 2010

    Shot for $50,000 with a cast of nonprofessional actors, Baltimore native Matthew Porterfield's 2006 debut Hamilton received praise from... More >>

  • OUT OF AFRICA

    published April 6, 2010

    Celebrating 50 years of African independence from colonial rule, the 17th annual New York African Film Festival returns, starting April 7,... More >>

  • OUT OF AFRICA

    published April 6, 2010

    Celebrating 50 years of African independence from colonial rule, the 17th annual New York African Film Festival returns, starting April 7,... More >>

  • COLBERT NATION

    published April 6, 2010

    Long before the Telly Award–winning writers came to craft jokes about Obama's "elitism," heartless people who destroy Easter, and monkeys on... More >>

  • Spring Guide: Shopping With Gang Gang Dance's Lizzi Bougatsos

    published March 24, 2010

    Lizzi Bougatsos, the stylish artist and singer of the avant-garde rock band Gang Gang Dance, is getting ready to go shopping downtown—and... More >>

  • TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL

    published March 24, 2010

    What exactly is a hipster? Does it have to live in Williamsburg? Have a mustache? Own copious amounts of shiny American Apparel spandex?... More >>

  • OUT OF THE SHADOWS

    published March 24, 2010

    Part of the first city-wide Muslim Voices: Arts and Ideas Festival, BAM’s series Muslim Voices: The Female Perspective presents seven... More >>

  • FOODIE’S DELIGHT

    published March 24, 2010

    What could New Yorkers possibly love more than brunch? Perhaps the Brooklyn Brunch Experiment, the culinary competition, presented by... More >>

  • TOKYO SLACKERS

    published March 24, 2010

    A bunch of bored, educated young people in their twenties and thirties working in a café sounds like it could be a new movie by Kevin... More >>

  • SATAN’S LITTLE HELPERS

    published March 24, 2010

    The poster for Madrid-based physical-theater company Yllana’s prison-set 666 just about says it all: It features four guys decked out... More >>

  • SEEKING JUSTICE

    published March 24, 2010

    Born in 1955 in Johannesburg, influential South African artist William Kentridge was deeply influenced by the apartheid-era atrocities that... More >>

  • THE WRITE STUFF

    published March 24, 2010

    How long do you think it takes to write a novel? Five years? 10 years? How about one hour?! Fritz Donnelly and Christina Ewald, the wacky... More >>

  • ON THE MOVE

    published March 24, 2010

    Born in Paris and raised in California, artist Jules de Balincourt moved to New York in 2000, to get his art career started at the ripe old... More >>

  • TICK-TOCK

    published March 16, 2010

    In experimental lit mag Black Clock's editorial statement, editor Steve Erickson (author of the excellent novel Zeroville) says, "My idea... More >>

  • BATTLE CRY

    published March 16, 2010

    If Obama hasn't exactly turned out to be the man of all your liberal fantasies, you're not alone. The folks behind the Left... More >>

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