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  • 4 years ago

    If abandoning your in-laws and their not-quite-delectable Christmas ham for the most unfestive thing you can think of has always been a yuletide fantasy of yours, behold the Jewish Christmas Day tradition of Chinese and a Movie at 92YTribeca. Ther...

  • 5 years ago

    Although the name A Christmas Carol might bring to mind images of Muppets and a century’s worth of musical theater adaptations, Dickens’s story holds a pre-eminent place in literature for a reason. The novella, which weaves a critique ...

  • 5 years ago

    If you happen to be part of a staff of three at a lit mag based in somebody’s basement in Queens, we can only assume that your biggest holiday woe is the fact that you have neither the venue nor co-worker abundance for a traditionally uncomf...

  • 5 years ago

    Don DeLillo (Libra, Point Omega) and Paul Auster (City of Glass, The Brooklyn Follies, Sunset Park), two fierce examiners of the strangeness of ordinary life in the modern world, will read together from the latest issue of Granta at the Union Squa...

  • 5 years ago

    Tonight, the Kitchen offers as part of its 40th anniversary celebration an evening with n+1, the Brooklyn-based magazine that is arguably what The New Yorker would be if you subtracted the stuffiness and added a little pizzazz and the occasional f...

  • 5 years ago

    Ben Ehrenreich, author of The Suitors and a onetime Village Voice contributor, recently published his dark and perceptive new novel Ether, which centers on The Stranger, a bearded man in a stained white suit. He wanders through a drab world of jun...


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