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2010 Stories by Heather Baysa

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  • OFF THE AIR

    published July 20, 2010

    Check out the TV rejects of Conan, Ben Stiller, and Judd Apatow Ever find yourself hypnotically fixed to the couch, rounding out the third hour of... More >>

  • THE LION AND THE TRAMP

    published July 13, 2010

    The thing about Charlie was that he always kept it classy. Whether swiping a hot dog from a baby or fending off an ambush of rabid monkeys while... More >>

  • BAYOU BASH

    published June 29, 2010

    Stetsons, Texas twangs, un-ironic facial hair, and Old Glory in all her splendor: Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Celebration tosses up a... More >>

  • CIAO, ZOMBIE

    published June 29, 2010

    Italy, always the innovator. Apparently the country that brought us fine clothes, fast cars, the Renaissance, and gelato also knows a thing or two... More >>

  • SCREEN CUISINE

    published June 15, 2010

    Foodies and film-o-philes, get ready to meet your ideal pairing. The NYC Food Film Festival, now in its fourth year, has perfected the fine... More >>

  • ROUGH RIDERS

    published June 15, 2010

    Get yourself in gear for some vicarious exercising of the highest caliber. The Bicycle Film Festival, having pedaled into the hearts of 37... More >>

  • World Cup: U.S. vs England

    published June 8, 2010

    Screening every World Cup 2010 match in an atmosphere of often rabid fandom, Nevada Smith's will be a worthy go-to for today's’s U.S.-England... More >>

  • GOAALLLL!

    published June 8, 2010

    The frenzy is upon us folks, and it’s time to chug, er, we mean cheer, for your favorite footballers as they compete in the biggest of the... More >>

  • BOARDER PATROL

    published June 1, 2010

    It's not the World's Fair, but Flushing Meadows Corona Park's next attraction packs in all the same grandeur, at least for street skaters... More >>

  • ART RIDER

    published May 18, 2010

    Get out of the gallery and onto a bike this afternoon to witness firsthand how location is often the only difference between an art exhibit and... More >>

  • One for the winos

    published May 18, 2010

    Chances are that the last time you saw Maynard James Keenan, he was hunched over a mic belting metal ballads while sporting mohawk dreads and... More >>

  • Office Space

    published May 18, 2010

    Even if your neighborhood hipster’s keytar performances and sidewalk chalk installations have failed to wow you with their artistic merit,... More >>

  • SALUTE YOUR SHORTS

    published May 11, 2010

    The Rooftop Films Summer Series is back for a 14th year, and its opening night is lovingly dedicated to those dynamos of pint-size cinema... More >>

  • IT’S A DRAW

    published May 4, 2010

    The Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Electric Picture Show brings to light a wealth of overlooked truths: that Claymation isn’t just... More >>

  • STRAND OR BUST

    published April 27, 2010

    OK, so the term "extravaganza" tends to get tossed about by a few questionable contenders—a slightly disturbing Jamie Foxx song, certain... More >>

  • IN THE HEIGHTS

    published April 20, 2010

    In honor of Truman Capote, the socialite extraordinaire—who also wrote a few seminal works of literature—author and filmmaker Peter... More >>

  • IN THE HOUSE

    published April 13, 2010

    After a 10-year hiatus during which no new work and little word of Bill Forsyth could be found, the man hailed as Scotland's greatest... More >>

  • FILM SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS

    published April 6, 2010

    There'll be no plucky Dickensian pickpockets in want of more porridge here (hopefully), but there will be plenty of celluloid equivalents in need... More >>

  • WASTED YOUTH

    published March 16, 2010

    Between "Lust for Life" 's revival as a Carnival Cruise jingle and the agonizing walk past the John Varvatos store where CBGB's used to be, it's... More >>

  • '90S NOIR

    published March 9, 2010

    What do you do with a schizophrenic storyline in which the protagonist morphs into a different person played by a different actor halfway through... More >>

  • BEHIND BARS

    published March 2, 2010

    Even though watching a pompadour’d Joaquin Phoenix fall for a country-singing Reese Witherspoon was hardly a bore, nothing beats watching the... More >>

  • RISKY BUSINESS

    published February 23, 2010

    We’ve all had that morning-after moment when the increasingly lucid memory of last night’s misadventure begins to set in. Meanwhile, the... More >>

  • SEEING RED

    published February 16, 2010

    A doe-eyed heroine, a devilish cobbler, and ruby slippers that make the wearer dance herself to death—Powell and Pressburger's The Red... More >>

  • RULE OF THREES

    published February 9, 2010

    Brooklyn's arts and crafts wonderland 3rd Ward celebrates the Moviehouse screening series' third anniversary with Get Your Heart... More >>

  • BIG IN JAPAN

    published February 2, 2010

    When sound was introduced to Japanese film in 1931, iconic director Yasujiro Ozu notoriously rejected the innovation, deeming it too... More >>

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