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Archives: 2008
  • A Red-Nose Affair

    published September 3, 2008

    Clowns are just plain freaky, if you ask us—who the hell has ever recovered from that Poltergeist scene or Stephen King’s... More >>

  • ALL THE RIGHT MOVES

    published September 3, 2008

    Lovers of ballet, tango, tap, hip-hop, and everything in between should set their sights on the Fall for Dance Festival at the New York... More >>

  • ALL HAIL SNL

    published September 3, 2008

    In 1956, Democratic candidate Adlai Stevenson wasn’t too crazy about selling his mug on the tube, exclaiming: “The idea that you can... More >>

  • FAMILY BUSINESS

    published September 3, 2008

    The winners of nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture, The Godfather (1972) and The Godfather, Part II (1974) screen for three... More >>

  • BREW-HAHA

    published September 3, 2008

    Sure hope you’re thirsty: Heartland Brewery’s third annual NY Brewfest is bigger than ever and offering more than 300... More >>

  • CARNAL COMEDY

    published August 27, 2008

    As part of its Ingmar Bergman series “Film Is the Great Adventure,” the IFC Center presents the Swedish director’s tragicomic... More >>

  • WATER TORTURE

    published August 27, 2008

    Three summers ago, an agitated Mayor Bloomberg said Franz Aliquo needed “psychiatric help” for creating the James Bond–esque... More >>

  • EYE HEART U

    published August 27, 2008

    A picture says a thousand words. Well if that’s true, then I Heart Magazine is like the Ulysses for street photography. The new... More >>

  • RED, WHITE, & WEIRD

    published August 27, 2008

    Leave it to a guy from the Midwest to focus his life’s work on the American Dream. But don’t expect any white-picket fences when MOMA... More >>

  • SEEING STARDUST

    published August 12, 2008

    McCarren Park Pool’s film series rocks out to Todd Haynes’s Velvet Goldmine, an investigative journey into the rise and fall of... More >>

  • FEMININE MYSTIQUE

    published August 12, 2008

    Choreographer Richard Move takes the ladies of his MoveOpolis! company out on the town in Hostile Takeover, a set of six dance... More >>

  • DO THE CONGA BEAT

    published August 12, 2008

    Wagner famously hailed Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony as “the apotheosis of the dance”—but then, he never got a chance to see... More >>

  • GOLDEN TICKET

    published August 12, 2008

    Goody, goody Gobstoppers! Summer at Hudson River Park couldn’t get any sweeter with the screening of the 1971 classic Willy Wonka and the... More >>

  • DIGITAL DOOM

    published August 5, 2008

    In his critically acclaimed work A Day in Dig Nation, performer and co-writer Michael McQuilken kind of reminds us of an iPod: He’s... More >>

  • SINK OR SWIM

    published August 5, 2008

    Dance companies are always experimenting with new and highly creative ways to distinguish themselves from the pack. These days, the buzzword seems... More >>

  • HAPPY BUST DAY

    published August 5, 2008

    We love publications that originate from being annoyed at everyone else. And in 1993, Debbie Stoller, Laurie Henzel, and Marcelle Karp were... More >>

  • PLEASE DON’T STOP THE MUSIC

    published August 5, 2008

    For the 38th year, the Lincoln Center Out of Doors festival continues its longstanding tradition of keeping the sizzle in summer with... More >>

  • FUTURESEX/LOVESOUNDS

    published July 29, 2008

    The ridiculously long tagline for the camp sci-fi flick Barbarella asks: “Who seduces an angel? Who strips in space? Who conveys love... More >>

  • DESIGN OF A DECADE

    published July 29, 2008

    Return to the art world’s golden era of wealth and decadence when, as counterculture critic Steven Hager puts it, "underground ideas became... More >>

  • HETEROGENIUS

    published July 29, 2008

    Kate Clark’s lifelike sculptures of furry beasts with human faces (!) totally creep us out—in a good way, of course (can you imagine... More >>

  • MONSTER MAYHEM

    published July 16, 2008

    If you prefer a bit of cultural diversity with your dinner and a movie, head over to Socrates Sculpture Park for its annual outdoor international... More >>

  • CALIFORNIA DREAMIN’

    published July 16, 2008

    From 1965 to 1966, L.A.’s Sunset Strip crawled with a party-hard youth culture drawn to big-name acts like the Doors, Frank Zappa, and Love.... More >>

  • RAINING REVOLUTION

    published July 9, 2008

    In the 1984 hit Purple Rain, the Artist Formerly Known as Prince plays “The Kid,” an up-and-coming rocker who must fight off his... More >>

  • FATEFUL MOVES

    published July 9, 2008

    If you were wondering how Martin Løfsnes, the artistic director of the 360º Dance Company and a Norwegian dancer who studied in... More >>

  • HARLEM RENAISSANCE

    published July 9, 2008

    Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the Harlem Book Fair is back, bringing together the diverse talents within the African-American literary... More >>

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