After decades spent shaping Brooklyn's dining scene with numerous venues (many of which were short-lived), veteran restaurateur Jim Mamary finally struck a chord with Oxcart Tavern, the gastropu... More >>
100,000,000 YouTube views can't be wrong. Ed Sheeran is a teen sensation, and he's the vanguard of a modern British Invasion. The millions of records he sells worldwide, the cutesy nickname for ... More >>
A white-haired woman wearing red Converse leans on the counter at Oasis (161 North 7th Street, Brooklyn; 718-218-7607) and says, "Oh, I guess I'll have it here. Otherwise, I'll just eat it walki... More >>
New York may never be country music's home, but the city is certainly growing as a comfortable destination for the genre. Icons in the making like Sturgill Simpson and Sam Hunt are selling out s... More >>
At LoLo's Seafood Shack (303 West 116th Street, 646-649-3356), chef Raymond Mohan's specialty is Caribbean-style seafood like conch fritters, steamed crawfish pots, and crisp shark sandwiches. B... More >>
Psych fiends and Britanniacs, rejoice: Super Furry Animals haven't made their way to New York City in over six years, but that's all about to change, as the Welsh rock quintet just confirmed the... More >>
Mary Ellen Mark, the documentary photographer best known in New York for her street scenes and portraits of the disenfranchised, died on Monday in Manhattan. She was 75.
Mark photographed her s... More >>
Cop-watch group the Police Reform Organizing Project is releasing a report today that describes the effects of what it calls "quota-driven broken windows policing" on communities of color in New ... More >>
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Mayor Bill de Blasio tried to instill a sense of urgency today in Albany, telling reporters (and indirectly, Governor Andrew Cuomo) that "this is a moment where we need that le... More >>
Caitlin Puckett and Calvin Cole are sitting onstage, recounting the details of their romance. The stage is set for Your Love, Our Musical at Peoples Improv Theater on a warm May night, with host... More >>
It may seem bold to name your bar after a century-old felon, but for Andrew Schulman, the manager and operator behind Tanner Smith's (204 West 55th Street; 646-590-2034), the inspiration far ex... More >>
This week in Cheap Laughs, we have sad Griffins, nostalgic whippings, mid-Nineties strokings, and the vital importance of basements. Here's our rundown of the best in independently produced New ... More >>
According to Akin Akinsanya, it's a good time to be eating African cuisine in New York City. "Chefs are getting a lot more creative and are trying new things," he says. Which is why three year... More >>
Tucked up against the Caspian Sea between Armenia, Iran, Georgia, and Russia, Azerbaijan has a unique blend of cultural influences, each of which has left its mark on the food. Down in South Bro... More >>
After half an hour of intense chatting with Canadian indie-pop singer-songwriter and film composer Patrick Watson about his band's latest record, Love Songs for Robots, a nagging question remain... More >>
Though New York is no stranger to late-night eateries, a new summer pop-up in Bushwick aims to offer a different kind of social-eating experience, one that goes beyond guessing what ingredients... More >>
In case you haven't noticed, Billy Joel is everywhere these days. And if him taking up permanent residence at Madison Square Garden wasn't enough, the Piano Man is preparing to headline Bonnaroo... More >>
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders officially kicked off his presidential campaign on Tuesday night at a rally in Burlington complete with a zydeco band called Mango Jam and free Ben & Jerry's ice cr... More >>
Your Crap Archivist brings you the finest in forgotten and bewildering crap culled from thrift stores, estate sales, and flea markets.
Faith 'n Stuff: The Magazine for Kids
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