Peter Gerstenzang

 

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  • 23 days ago | Death

    It was the sort of autumnal, oh, what the hell, apocalyptic, week that Leonard Cohen could’ve written a brilliant verse about, in one of his many black-hued, black-humored songs. All about how a coarse, over-moneyed, totalitarian type, who should ...

  • 1 month ago | Death

    It was the sort of autumnal, oh, what the hell, apocalyptic, week that Leonard Cohen could’ve written a brilliant verse about, in one of his many black-hued, black-humored songs. All about how a coarse, over-moneyed, totalitarian type, who should ...

  • 2 years ago | Film and TV

    If ever asked, most insufferable snobs would probably credit fey, whey-colored genius Andy Warhol for turning boredom into an art form. Especially those movies of his where nothing happens for, like, nine hours. But New Yorkers of a certain age mi...

  • 2 years ago

    There was a terrible disease that was visited upon the white man in the 1960s. It was deemed as deadly as cholera and as easy to catch as mono from a kiss: If a dude loved a black singer, he felt compelled, in his suburban, self-conscious, sappy w...

  • 2 years ago

    Just ask any grinch, grouch, or garden-variety depressive. They'll tell you that Christmas isn't only about togetherness, great gifts, and happy endings. For many, this holiday can be pretty bleak -- or, at the least, blackly comic. That also appl...

  • 2 years ago | Music News

    The pun may be unintentional, but that makes it no less perfect. With a name like Willie Nile, it was just a matter of time before the guy made an album called If I Was a River. Still, although he's too unpretentious to underscore it, don't let th...

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