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2010 Stories by Araceli Cruz

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  • CALL ME ‘THE DUDE’

    published October 27, 2010

    Somebody get the Kahlúa—it’s time once again for the Lebowski Fest, the eighth annual event in which fans of the 1998... More >>

  • Kings County General Store Halloween Party

    published October 20, 2010

    Kings County General Store is throwing a Halloween Party with scary music, scary movies, and a nonscary-but-cute tote for the first... More >>

  • Pumpkin Chucking

    published October 20, 2010

    efore your pumpkin gets all old and mushy, chuck it! At Pumpkin Chucking, bring your basketball-size pumpkin and then watch it go flying... More >>

  • A NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM

    published October 20, 2010

    For two nights, the folks behind the super-fun museum party PopRally will convert MOMA into a house of horrors with sights of slimy green... More >>

  • HARDCORE DRAMA

    published October 20, 2010

    When you hear “Bollywood,” do you imagine long song-and-dance numbers, elaborate traditional costumes, and corny melodrama about... More >>

  • FUNNY OR CRY

    published October 20, 2010

    There are two reasons why we’re happy Margaret Cho got voted off Dancing With the Stars: 1) We now get to see her live during the... More >>

  • THE MAGIC MAN

    published October 20, 2010

    Just in time for trick or treat and the 84th anniversary of Harry Houdini’s death, the Jewish Museum’s new exhibit Houdini: Art and... More >>

  • TRICK OR DRINK?

    published October 13, 2010

    Beer lovers (especially all you Pumpkin Ale lovers), rejoice! The Haunted Oktoberfest at the Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden in Astoria is... More >>

  • BRAVE HEARTS

    published October 13, 2010

    It’s one thing if you have a wingman by your side to give you that extra boost of confidence before a big first date, but it’s quite... More >>

  • ALTERNATIVE ART

    published October 13, 2010

    In 1985, the year Alternative Press, the Cleveland-based music magazine debuted, it was merely a black-and-white zine and the headline was... More >>

  • HEAD TRIP

    published October 6, 2010

    Considered to be the pioneers of stencil graffiti, Italian street-art duo Sten & Lex typically create images of popes and saints through the... More >>

  • FREE FLIPPER

    published October 6, 2010

    The 2009 Academy Award–winning documentary The Cove effectively brought to light the inhumane slaughter of dolphins by the Japanese.... More >>

  • FIGHT TO WRITE

    published October 6, 2010

    NPR recently reported that El Diario de Juárez, a major newspaper in one of Mexico’s most violent cities, would scale back its... More >>

  • WOMAN’S WORK

    published October 6, 2010

    From Andy Warhol to Jasper Johns, Pop art in the ’50s and ’60s was mainly dominated by men. Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists,... More >>

  • MORE BUGS IN NYC

    published September 29, 2010

    If we hear about one more bug-infested building or rat-engulfed subway station, we might consider relocating to a place where insects and rodents... More >>

  • ABSOLUTE RUBBISH

    published September 29, 2010

    The work of young British contemporary artist Ryan Gander is popping up all over New York right now. At the southeast corner of Central... More >>

  • MEN IN TIGHTS

    published September 29, 2010

    If you’ve never seen Swan Lake, which tells the story of a princess turned into a swan by an evil sorcerer’s curse, Matthew... More >>

  • HIT THE TURBO BASS

    published September 29, 2010

    Photographer Lyle Owerko was window shopping in Tokyo in 2001 (the same year his iconic 9/11 photograph made the cover of Time) when he came... More >>

  • EXTRA! EXTRA!

    published September 22, 2010

    Thankfully, The Last Newspaper is not what you hold in your hands. Instead, it’s the title of a new exhibit at the New Museum that... More >>

  • LET’S TALK ABOUT SEX

    published September 22, 2010

    Have you ever polled the lovers in your life to see how you stack up against the others? Most likely, you’d rather not know. The Kink Academy... More >>

  • THIS SHIP HAS SAILED

    published September 22, 2010

    This summer, we were excited to read about the 32-foot wooden ship’s hull that workers found at the World Trade Center site—though we... More >>

  • HOPE FOR THE FUTURE

    published September 22, 2010

    Whether in litigation over his Obama “Hope” poster or showing his work on Houston and Bowery, artist Shepard Fairey still found... More >>

  • OPEN BORDER

    published September 8, 2010

    Some Latinos in New York might not think they have deep roots in the city’s history. But the New-York Historical Society and El Museo del... More >>

  • READING RAINBOW

    published September 8, 2010

    In artist Airan Kang’s first solo exhibition Light Reading, she takes the idea of the Kindle to another level by re-creating classic... More >>

  • MEXICO RISES

    published September 8, 2010

    We might be a little biased about Celebrate Mexico Now—OK, a lot biased—but it’s Mexico’s Independence celebration so we... More >>

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