12 months ago | New Yorkers
With the biggest party night of the year, New Year's Eve, coming up, to get the real skinny on security, the Voice went straight to the source. Standing just over six feet, Leesa Harrington-Squyres has the kind of body and "don't fuck with me" att...
1 year ago | Cabaret
How can any tribute match the impassioned artistry of Édith Piaf? As we saw in the event marking what would have been Frank Sinatra's birthday on CBS on December 3, a Whitman's Sampler of musical categories is too scattershot — but a night of carb...
1 year ago | New Yorkers
In a career spanning nearly four decades, Sharon White has been responsible for breaking through more barriers than probably any other DJ. She was the first woman to headline two major New York nightclubs, the Saint and Paradise Garage, and the on...
1 year ago | Interviews
It’s only by pure coincidence that the House of Rob Celebration is taking place only five days after September 11, but the unprecedented spontaneous outpouring of support from New York’s nightlife community and DJs far and wide demonstrates how qu...
2 years ago
For three months, Time Warp found itself in limbo. The first festival in the city where it is still based — Mannheim, Germany, having debuted in 1994 — Time Warp has grown to become the most prestigious techno festival in the world. Bu...
2 years ago | Music News
When Josh Copp moved to 248 McKibbin Street, he joined what the Times called "an instant artistic fraternity that is all but extinct in New York." That same 2008 profile made 248 briefly famous as a post-graduate animal house where residents parti...