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2014 Stories by Heather Baysa

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  • BLIND DATE

    published November 19, 2014

    It didn't really work out for Shia LaBeouf, but maybe it will work out for you. Participants in this social experiment/speed dating event wear... More >>

  • HAPPY GILMORE

    published November 19, 2014

    The world, or at least the internet, has recently been drawn back to Stars Hollow — that quaintest of quaint New England caricatures —... More >>

  • SOUL SURVIVOR

    published November 19, 2014

    As a nomadic people, the Jewish community relies on strong cultural ties to preserve its history. Food is a big one. Jews all over the world have... More >>

  • BEE-IN

    published November 19, 2014

    Reverend Billy is no longer occupying Wall Street, but now he's occupying the stage. Today, he brings his Stop Shopping Choir to the Public... More >>

  • ASK AWAY

    published November 12, 2014

    Whatever you want to know, silly or serious, is on the table for the asking. But beware, you're next in line. At the popular Ask Roulette... More >>

  • ALL THAT GLITTERS

    published November 12, 2014

    Urban Outfitters may be all over that indigenous Southwest aesthetic but Ray and Lee Yazzie have been moving and shaking fashion trends for years.... More >>

  • A FLAWLESS EVENING

    published November 12, 2014

    Long before Stonewall, drag queens were fighting the good fight to live, look, and perform as they wanted in New York City, back when... More >>

  • IT’S CHILI OUT THERE

    published November 12, 2014

    If pumpkin spice lattes are the signature cold-weather beverage of the basic bitch (which, let’s face it, is pretty much always describing a... More >>

  • NEXT TO NORMAL

    published November 12, 2014

    Alt-J, or to refer to them by their symbolic proper name, ∆, are out of Leeds, England, but oh so subtly carving out a new home in... More >>

  • DOWN TO THE BONE

    published November 12, 2014

    Before Rob Christgau and the then-Voice staff voted Lucinda Williams’s Car Wheels on a Gravel Road Pazz & Jop’s best... More >>

  • BORDER PATROL

    published November 12, 2014

    Do we even need to explain why the brave physicians and nurses of Doctors Without Borders are in need of our support, now more than ever? Instead... More >>

  • GOLDEN GIRL

    published November 5, 2014

    Kimbra, or Kimbra Lee Johnson, can be pared down to her influences. Her vocal stylings are kind of Nina Simone and her over-the-top dance... More >>

  • THE WANDERING EYE

    published November 5, 2014

    With galleries a dime a dozen in Soho and on the LES, it’s increasingly hard to distinguish the worthwhile collections. Enter the New... More >>

  • FOREVER AND ALVVAYS

    published November 5, 2014

    The women of Alvvays are living the dream: forming a band with your childhood best friend. Frontwoman Molly Rankin and keyboardist Kerry... More >>

  • MY OWN PRIVATE ITALY

    published November 5, 2014

    There’s your old-world Italian fare, then the heavier, cream-based Little Italy variety; now a third party has officially entered the mix.... More >>

  • COMPLIMENTS OF THE CHEF

    published October 29, 2014

    This is the man who brought us both the Cronut (emphatic ™) and the chocolate chip cookie milk shot. Necessary? No. Wonderful? Yes. Sift... More >>

  • THAT GUM YOU LIKE

    published October 29, 2014

    One cryptic tweet and one not-so-cryptic Showtime promo later, we’re all drawn back into Lynch’s world of teenage murder, biker gangs,... More >>

  • DEAD BY DAWN

    published October 29, 2014

    Need somewhere to wind down (read: sober up) after all that Halloween partying? Nitehawk is here for you with a comfortable, non-judgmental dark... More >>

  • DEAD PAN

    published October 29, 2014

    Dia De Los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, is certainly Mexico's most macabre holiday, but also it's most colorful. Food and drink abound, making... More >>

  • THE BANGING OF LITTLE HEADS

    published October 29, 2014

    In Japanese, the word for “heavy” rhymes with the word for “baby,” making Babymetal an especially appropriate... More >>

  • DOG DAY AFTERNOON

    published October 22, 2014

    It's the best parade in the city, paws down. Now in its 24th season, in a city where dogs are dressed in clothes year-round, the costumes at the... More >>

  • WEEZING STRONG

    published October 22, 2014

    Is the “Blue Album” the best all time? Is that even a question anymore? Yeah, Pinkerton was under-appreciated and may have... More >>

  • GIRL TROUBLE

    published October 22, 2014

    America has always been transfixed by the psychotic woman (Amanda Bynes, Miley Cyrus, the cast of every Real Housewives locale ever),... More >>

  • ASSEMBLE YOUR CRÜE

    published October 22, 2014

    Going to see Alice Cooper in Atlantic City when you're ten-years-old, we can attest, kind of messes up your idea of what a concert should be for... More >>

  • HOMETOWN HEROES

    published October 22, 2014

    Music factors prominently into Jonathan Lethem's Fortress of Solitude, in which the central, superhero-obesessed best... More >>

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