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Archives: 2008
  • MAVERICK MUNCHKINS

    published October 22, 2008

    Memorizing your lines (and occasionally adding a flirtatious wink) is key to winning the American people over—as shown by the barracuda... More >>

  • KISSING ASS

    published October 22, 2008

    If you checked out last year's Art Parade or the stage performances at this year's Whitney Biennial, surely the band The Voluptuous Horror of... More >>

  • AND THE WINNER IS . . .

    published October 22, 2008

    Colin Powell endorsement? Check. Sarah Palin's lame debut on SNL? Check. Electronic voting booths manufactured by staunch conservative... More >>

  • JOLLY GOOD

    published October 22, 2008

    This month's First Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum gives a shout-out to our sister city, London. From music and film to art and dance, the... More >>

  • SPEAKING OF THE DEAD

    published October 22, 2008

    The Eve of Halloween tempts even the meekest of us to seek a few spine-tingling thrills. And with tonight's Spook-a-rama exhibit at Edelman Arts,... More >>

  • REEL 'EM IN

    published October 8, 2008

    Riding off its huge international success, Home Movie Day returns to Anthology Film Archives for its sixth year. If that buzzy clicking... More >>

  • BARACK IN TOYLAND

    published October 8, 2008

    If you think celeb support gives Obama extra game, the boys with the toys might just advise you to play, play again. Tonight, ART + ACTION =... More >>

  • SCI-FI OVERLOAD

    published October 8, 2008

    You don't have to own a Klingon suit to be called a sci-fi devotee now that the NY Imagine Science Film Festival is here. As it's the only... More >>

  • AU NATUReL

    published October 1, 2008

    Hard science becomes a creative force in Capacitor's newest piece, BIOME, a reverie on nature's communion with itself and our... More >>

  • LOLA-CITA

    published October 1, 2008

    Film Forum presents the theatrical premiere of Max Ophül's Lola Montés (1955), which has been artfully restored in 35mm color... More >>

  • OF COVERS AND CULTURE

    published October 1, 2008

    Yes, New York magazine takes itself too seriously sometimes--like putting a nude Lindsay posing as Marilyn on their cover. And yes, we like... More >>

  • TASTE TEST

    published October 1, 2008

    Dish: New York Wine & Food Festival Serves: A few thousand indiscriminate NYC foodies Prep time: Two years in the making by Schrager & Co.,... More >>

  • THE SHORT VERSES

    published September 23, 2008

    No more of his hottie wife means more time to kick literary ass for Salman Rushdie, who hosts tonight’s launch party for The Best... More >>

  • DON’T STAND SO CLOSE TO ME

    published September 23, 2008

    Hypothetically, it’s the type of book that Sarah Palin would ban at the school library without even blinking. But here in New York, we... More >>

  • AVANT-GARDE DOWN UNDER

    published September 23, 2008

    Move over, Manhattan avant-garde art world—your equally progressive (and arguably hipper) sister borough’s 12th annual D.U.M.B.O. Art... More >>

  • AN ANIME-TED LINEUP

    published September 23, 2008

    For all you obsessed with J-pop culture (we charitably like to call you “nerds in fantasyland”), the annual New York Anime... More >>

  • VANITY FAIR

    published September 23, 2008

    To celebrate the 10th anniversary of its "First Saturdays" program, the Brooklyn Museum invites a provocative mix of musicians and artists to ring... More >>

  • JE NE SAIS GHETTO

    published September 23, 2008

    The French are kiffe-ing ("crazy about") us––can you believe it? I Kiffe NY, the multi-arts festival that celebrates the... More >>

  • IT'S EUSTACE TILLY'S PARTY

    published September 23, 2008

    Intellectual and cultural elitists, you can exhale: The ninth annual New Yorker Festival is back, bringing with it the writers, artists,... More >>

  • THIS IS OUR COUNTRY

    published September 10, 2008

    In his latest exhibition, All or Nothing, artist Ryan Humphrey is kind of like the infamous biker boy Jesse James of the contemporary art... More >>

  • ALIEN NATION

    published September 10, 2008

    Imagine living in a secret city where no one from the outside world really knows you exist. Scary, right? Welcome to Atomic City, a new... More >>

  • REIGNING REVOLUTION

    published September 10, 2008

    With today’s political, social, and economic stagnation, our need for change goes way beyond this year’s political slogans. Exit Art... More >>

  • WHAT’S UP, SHORTY?

    published September 10, 2008

    We’re going to make this short. The fourth annual New York City Short Film Festival (NYC Shorts) is back, featuring a stellar array of... More >>

  • And the Beat Goes On

    published September 3, 2008

    Tompkins Square Park goes Ginsberg again with the fifth annual Howl Festival, a three-day cultural smorgasbord of poetry, music, theater,... More >>

  • Broad Imagination

    published September 3, 2008

    Due to severe storm warnings, the Art Parade has been canceled. Deitch plans to reschedule it for spring 2009. Sat., Sept. 6, 4... More >>

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