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  • Fork in the Road: Events
    Tuesday, May 7 Pig Butchering with The Meat Hook Sara Bigelow at The Meat Hook will give a demonstration on butchering an entire pig, and will discuss some uncommon cuts. Show up at 6:30...
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    In 1974, Philippe Petit gracefully navigated a 200-foot-long steel cable that he strung between the towers of the World Trade Center, nearly a quarter-mile above the streets of Manhattan. He...
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    Iconic American fashion designer Norma Kamali helped revolutionize the styles of the ’70s and ’80s. Remember Farrah Fawcett’s infamous red bathing suit? That was a Kamali...
  • Sound of the City: Nas
    Tonight, hip-hop legend Nas will be sitting down with Rolling Stone contributing editor Anthony Decurtis at the 92Y for a discussion on his lengthy, important and influential career. For...
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    Part Rififi, part War Games, Sneakers follows a group of heist specialists and computer whizzes—played by a murderer’s row that includes Robert Redford, Sidney Poitier, Dan...
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    There are only a few things—apocalyptic zombie epidemics, Cloverfieldian monsters—that can clear out this town faster than the holidays. But maybe there’s an upside to the...
  • Sound of the City: DIY
    Photo: Sasha ArutyunovaAfter lugging rigs, cameras, a mandolin, a guitar, a snare, a cello, a violin and as many microphones as they could carry out to a spot in the middle of the woods, a...
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    Don your finest spandex and mullet wig to the Labyrinth Sing-Along and Costume Party. Wed., Oct. 31, 9 p.m., 2012
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    California troubadour duo Kenneth Pattengale and Joey Ryan bill themselves as the Milk Carton Kids, playing winding-vine folk-pop full of all briar-patch acoustic wizardry and wizened,...
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    Celeste and Jesse Forever, the debut screenwriting venture by Parks and Recreation star Rashida Jones, was a lot more like “Celeste and Jesse Never” for the past three years, up...
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    We already know that some of the most edgy filmmaking is coming out of Mexico, but can that also be said about animation? Find out for yourself at the CutOut Fest, a touring festival based...
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    Dir. Bruce Malmuth (1981) The American-film debut of Rutger Hauer, playing a terrorist in Malmuth’s NYC-set thriller, also features Sylvester Stallone as a cop, sporting a beard and...
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    Dir. Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1971, 1976) To commemorate the 30th anniversary of the death of Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Voice contributors Nick Pinkerton and Nicolas Rapold have put...
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    If you were a child of the ’80s, you’ll know that, while the boys went nuts for Hulk Hogan and Macho Man “Randy Savage,” we girls had our own burly heroes in Sally...
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    Dir. Mark L. Lester (1979) Six years after hosting Satan in her pubescent body, The Exorcist’s Linda Blair starred in one of the first films to cash in on the quad-roller-skating...
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    Dir. Michael Cimino (1974) Clint Eastwood’s name may have been above the title of writer-director Cimino’s first feature, but the movie, about two drifters who team up for one...
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    Dir. Colin Higgins (1980) Those still weeping over the horrible misuse of Jane Fonda since she emerged from a long hiatus in 2005 (see: this week’s miserable Peace, Love &...
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    Pay no mind to the fact that the 1994 film Cabin Boy, starring Chris Elliott, received a 46 percent on Rotten Tomatoes because that’s neither here nor there. Fans will agree that you...
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    Back in 1903, the Lyric Theatre on West 42nd Street played host to several Shakespearean works and later to films, until it closed in 1992. The only treasures that survived its demolition...
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    Who didn't want red boots after seeing a skinny, greasy-haired Vincent Gallo strut around in a pair in Buffalo '66? In his 1998 directorial debut, Gallo stars as Billy Brown, a troubled soul...
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    Sumo this is not. Documentary filmmakers Kim Longinotto and Jano Williams follow the lives of professional female Japanese wrestlers, inspired by the costumes and theatrics of the WWF, and...
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    For many readers, The Hunger Games is a tale of desperate courage as Katniss defends her District and her life against the murderous Capitol. Not for these comedians. As swarms of fans flock...
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    To a Twin Peaks purist, Angelo Badalamenti’s chilling theme song to David Lynch’s much-too-short-lived television show (which he wrote while Lynch spoke to him about a dark...
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    Bring your best six-word story (yes, just six) on love and heartbreak to SMITH Magazine’s story slam Relighting Old Flame With New Matches. 
Plus guest readers Rachel Shukert...
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    It seems lately everyone has a fashion blog, a fashion “brand,” and their own YouTube red-carpet channel. But how can someone actually make a living from it? State of Style...
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    There’s only one Bette Midler, and there’s only one of you. So how can these two beautiful beings merge? Tonight at the Beaches Sing and Cry Along, you and your closest pal (or...
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    We’re sure Jon Stewart is funny on his own and all. But there are many people behind the man who make him consistently so. Tonight, Rory Albanese, the Emmy-winning writer and executive...
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    Dir. Steven Spielberg (1994). Prehistoric past and digital future collide in Spielberg’s enormously accomplished dinosaur thriller—a movie that is not only one of his most...
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    If abandoning your in-laws and their not-quite-delectable Christmas ham for the most unfestive thing you can think of has always been a yuletide fantasy of yours, behold the Jewish Christmas...
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    Half of the comedians headlining Hanukkomedy aren’t even Jewish, but apparently the need to cut loose on Christmas Eve extends to goyim as well. Professed Buddhist Liam McEneaney hosts...
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    If you were a child of the ’80s, recalling that time can be a strange haze of pop-culture references that likely make sense to no other generation but yours. Who else but you could...
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    Who doesn’t love a rags-to-riches story, especially when there’s singing involved? In these desperate times, when everyone seems to be occupying everything in the name of...
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    Dir. Maya Deren (1977). After inventing the idea of an American avant-garde filmmaker, Maya Deren used a Guggenheim grant to finance a trip to Haiti to document Voudon ritual. The movie was...
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    Comedy duo Melanie Adelman and Ellie Dvorkin, best friends since seventh grade, know each other’s deepest, darkest, dorkiest secrets and aren’t afraid to mine them for laughs on...
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    The Trinidad-Tobago-born trumpeter throws it all in the pot on Kaiso, his recent jazz-tinged calypso release. If Harry Belafonte picked up a trumpet and had a jazz pedigree, it might come...
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    Dir. Larry Cohen (1976). Cohen’s remarkable, if flawed, anti-Close Encounters opens with an alien divinity terrorizing midtown Manhattan by inspiring random sniper attacks, then spins...
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    With 2012 just around the corner, you might be wondering what to expect from the apocalypse. Here to prepare you is the third annual Doomsday Film Festival and Symposium, which kicks off...
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    Dir. Joseph Sargent (1970). This anti-tech sci-fi warning seemed like inadvertent comedy back in the day, thanks in part to its mega metaphor: US and Soviet computers join forces to declare...
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    The city's sassiest big jazz band plays the music of Sly Stone, who according to the New York Post currently resides in a small camper parked on the streets of Crenshaw. Slide trumpeter...
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    Dir. Erle C. Kenton (1932). There’s freak-show poetry to this early adaptation of H.G. Well’s mad scientist tale, “Island of Doctor Moreau.” Charles Laughton stars as the...
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    Downtown cellist Erik Friedlander delves into his mellower side on Bonebridge, a rootsy foray into the pizzicato of the other side of the tracks. The formidable avant-garde fixture enlists...
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    Dir. Peter Lorre (1951). The great character actor’s last vehicle and lone directorial effort might be called The Weird One: Twenty years after M, the melancholy, ineffably sardonic...
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    VHS tapes are a lot like booty calls. You hastily throw them out when you feel that they're past their prime, but you can't help but miss them on a lonely Saturday night. Luckily, the good...

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