17 days ago | Culture
Since its release in 2003, Mark Haddon’s best-selling novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time has faced repeated criticism over its portrayal of autism. Though the story’s 15-year-old protagonist, Christopher, is never explicitly r...
28 days ago | Brooklyn
In 1979, The Warriors chronicled the pilgrimage of a gang of leather-clad street kids as they fought their way through the Wild West of the Bronx back to their home turf out on Coney Island. At the time, the film was slammed as “stiff” and “steril...
1 month ago | Real Estate
Few structures are more synonymous with Brooklyn than the borough’s classic brownstones: the archetypal, high-stooped townhouses that have lined the streets of neighborhoods like Park Slope, Cobble Hill, Fort Greene, and Bedford-Stuyvesant for gen...
1 month ago | Manhattan
Throughout the history of American cinema, few films have been as beloved and reviled as Larry Clark’s 1995 ode to teenage delinquency, Kids. Released nationwide 20 years ago today, July 28, the movie charts the exploits of a gang of unrepentant s...
2 months ago | Interviews
Over the years, political issues have slowly started to creep toward the center of Himanshu Suri’s art. In 2012, with the release of his first solo mixtape, Nehru Jackets, Suri advocated for the redistricting of Richmond Hill and South Ozone Park,...
2 months ago | Business
After more than 150 years of business, F.A.O. Schwarz — the famed, high-end toy store located across from the Plaza Hotel on 5th Avenue — this week closed its doors for good. Though the day was marked by a good deal of mourning, with generations o...