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2015 Stories by Heather Baysa

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  • GOOD COMPANY

    published May 13, 2015

    The New Co. New York Festival is like a job fair — stay with us here — except instead of a sad, hideously lit convention... More >>

  • ANIMAL PLANET

    published May 13, 2015

    This year, the Village Voice named Torah Animal World the hands-down, no-contest, seriously-just-look-at-it number one on our list... More >>

  • HARLEM RENAISSANCE

    published May 13, 2015

    From Sylvia Woods to Marcus Samuelsson, Harlem has long attracted innovators of food and drink. The latter is a founder of the Harlem EatUp!... More >>

  • Eleven Reflections on September

    published May 13, 2015

    Based on the poetry series by Andrea Assaf, women from diverse national backgrounds — the U.S., Iran, India, Turkey, and Lebanon —... More >>

  • Horror Mother's Day

    published May 6, 2015

    There's nothing scarier than becoming a mother...or pissing off a mother, or living with your dead mother. MoMI knows best, that's why they've set... More >>

  • WORD TO YOUR MoMA

    published May 6, 2015

    Today is Mother's Day, and if you're hearing that for the first time here, know that every brunch reservation in the city is booked by now... More >>

  • RadioLoveFest

    published May 6, 2015

    Last year's inaugural RadioLoveFest was a resounding success, so it's no surprise that WNYC is back for another residency at BAM. Drop in for live... More >>

  • Tod Seelie

    published May 6, 2015

    Tod Seelie has been called "Jack Kerouac with a camera," and you can be sure he's continuing his American odyssey with Outland Empire. The... More >>

  • MILLION-DOLLAR MATCH

    published May 6, 2015

    In a perfect world, the movie would just be called How to Become a Millionaire Through Your Own Business Savvy and Inherent Capability. But... More >>

  • The Strange Journey Through Every Bodega in New York

    published April 29, 2015

    Walking fifteen miles a day, Gail Victoria Braddock Quagliata set off to photograph every bodega in Manhattan. She has done just that, and in the... More >>

  • A NEW MUSEUM

    published April 29, 2015

    In an attempt to make art more accessible, and the High Line even more crowded (if that's possible), the Whitney Museum of American Art has... More >>

  • SHAKES AND TREMORS

    published April 29, 2015

    Butoh is a deceptively slow-moving dance. While its performers move gradually, it's with great intention. The audience never gets close enough to... More >>

  • AMERICAN GIRLS

    published April 29, 2015

    The pin-up girl originated in the 1930s, accompanied soldiers to war in the 1940s, mirrored the rampant consumerism of the 1950s, and was... More >>

  • 38th Annual NYC Big Apple Grapple

    published April 29, 2015

    Feeling competitive? Get a grip...on your opponent. The Big Apple Grapple is the New York Arm Wrestling Association's annual international... More >>

  • MOBILE HOME COOKING

    published April 29, 2015

    We all know that the one remotely inconvenient thing about food trucks is tracking them down. We absorbed that truth, along with a lot of exhaust... More >>

  • Poetry in Motion: The Poet Is In

    published April 22, 2015

    Today the MTA teams up with the Poetry Society of America to give you a poem...as in, a poem just for you. In a project inspired by Peanuts' Lucy... More >>

  • HOW THOUGHTFUL

    published April 22, 2015

    Remember that freshman-year requisite philosophy course? Some classes couldn't end fast enough (diehard Nietzsche nihilists with a platform and... More >>

  • FACTORY MADE

    published April 22, 2015

    Raja Feather Kelly, progenitor of the Feath3r Theory troupe, was a dual English and dance major, so it's no wonder that forms of verbal and... More >>

  • HERE COMES THE BOOM

    published April 22, 2015

    With Tina Fey expanding her oeuvre to the Netflix realm to give us the gift of Kimmy Schmidt, and Jenji Kohan named one of Time's... More >>

  • Big Gay Ice Cream: Saucy Stories & Frozen Treats: Going All the Way with Ice Cream

    published April 22, 2015

    When Douglas Quint and Bryan Petroff took their Big Gay Ice Cream Truck to the streets of New York in 2009, they were an instant hit. Six years... More >>

  • WELL VERSED

    published April 15, 2015

    Poetry & the Creative Mind is billed as "poetry's biggest night out." Not a soiree, not a salon, not a casual get-together. Poetry is... More >>

  • FOR THE RECORD

    published April 15, 2015

    For many in the business, and for even more civilian enthusiasts, indie record stores were our first teachers. Whether your town's outlet provided... More >>

  • TAKIN’ IT TO THE STREET

    published April 15, 2015

    On Fear Street of Shadyside, Ohio, the growing up was different — scarier. Enterprising teens were relied upon to catch serial... More >>

  • KNEE JERK REACTION

    published April 15, 2015

    When Tonya Harding and then-husband Jeff Gillooly hired a goon to break Nancy Kerrigan's leg with a billy club in an ambush attack on January 6,... More >>

  • SONS OF ANARCHY

    published April 15, 2015

    In the beginning — now nearly a decade ago — the Anarchist Book Fair was just a small collection of pamphlets and self- published... More >>

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