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Sound of the City
7:18 am
Jan. 30, 2015
New York News
Run the Jewels and Jack White Top This Weekend's NYC Concerts A sold-out show doesn't mean much anymore: You might just reflexively head over to a site like StubHub or see if anybody is re-selling on Ticketmaster, or if you haven't seen that Dateline episo... More >>
Runnin' Scared
7:07 am
Jan. 30, 2015
New York News
New York Has Third Lowest Gun Death Rate In Nation View image | gettyimages.comThe Violence Policy Center released its annual state rankings yesterday, and New York comes in strong, as the state with the third lowest per capita rates of gun fatali... More >>
Runnin' Scared
6:01 am
Jan. 30, 2015
New York News
Once Again, Councilwoman Margaret Chin Is Fighting to Make 'Bad Landlords' Pay A raft of new rules proposed by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development have prompted City Councilwoman Margaret Chin once again propose legislation designed to make... More >>
Sound of the City
5:55 pm
Jan. 29, 2015
New York News
Six Sleater-Kinney Songs to Hear If You Think You Don't Like Sleater-Kinney We feel for you. Except for some aggrieved MRAs, the culture as a whole has already deemed 2015 the year of Sleater-Kinney. The celebration of the back-from-break riot grrrl rock gods has been so... More >>
Runnin' Scared
4:52 pm
Jan. 29, 2015
New York News
A Fervent Cop Supporter Changes His Mind About NYPD After Gravity Knife Arrest A few weeks ago, when relations between the NYPD and Mayor Bill de Blasio were at their nadir, some of Carsten Vogel's friends had been enthusiastically bashing the NYPD on Facebook. ... More >>
Runnin' Scared
2:02 pm
Jan. 29, 2015
New York News
NYC Taxi App Designed to Compete With Uber Has Unlikely Support From Rideshare Advocate When City Councilman Ben Kallos proposed a taxi-hailing app that would allow New Yorkers to summon yellow and green cabs from their phones, he hoped to help city-licensed taxis compete in a mar... More >>
Sound of the City
1:22 pm
Jan. 29, 2015
New York News
The Best New NYC Hardcore and Punk: Ajax, Problems, and a Record to Warm Your Cockles There's nothing better than sitting in the privacy of your own sitting room in a toasty pair of slippers with a beverage of your choice whilst taking in the newest, sickest jams from the beautifu... More >>
Fork in the Road
12:20 pm
Jan. 29, 2015
New York News
Diane Kochilas Shares the Secrets to Longevity in Ikaria Molyvos (871 Seventh Avenue; 212-582-7500) collaborating chef Diane Kochilas grew up in Jackson Heights, where she lived a typical immigrant childhood. She was surrounded by a community of other... More >>
Fork in the Road
10:06 am
Jan. 29, 2015
New York News
Noodle Pudding Might Be the Coziest Restaurant on Henry Street Brooklyn is home to some of the best Italian restaurants in the city, and that rings true whether you're talking about old trattorias or excellent modern takes on different regions of Italy. Som... More >>
Fork in the Road
9:06 am
Jan. 29, 2015
New York News
Inside August, the Upper East Side Reinvention of a Bleecker Street Bistro As Bleecker Street overgrows with tertiary outposts of Upper East Side boutiques, it's again in fashion for cozy walk-in bistros and classic French cooking to thrive north of Bloomingdale's, as a... More >>
Fork in the Road
8:09 am
Jan. 29, 2015
New York News
More Restaurants Confirmed for Choice Eats, and Tickets Are Going Fast Have you purchased your Choice Eats ticket yet? Get on it — our VIP tickets are now sold out, and the lineup of restaurants is shaping up to be one of the best ever. ... More >>
Sound of the City
6:02 am
Jan. 29, 2015
New York News
The Best Noise Music in January: Ade Hodges, EON, Limbs Bin [Ed. Note: In Please Enjoy Responsibly, columnist Raymond Cummings doggedly tracks down the best noise music of the past month.] Why try to talk or think about anything else right now besides ... More >>
Runnin' Scared
5:21 pm
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
New York's Nonexistent Blizzard Has Created a Blood Supply 'Emergency' Our fair city may have dodged a bullet, as the so-called Blizzard of 2015 drifted eastward and spared the Big Apple most of the doomsday scenarios that meteorologists and, ultimately, public offi... More >>
Sound of the City
4:56 pm
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
Ask Andrew W.K.: Feeling Overwhelmed Counts as Partying [Editor's note: Every Wednesday, New York City's own Andrew W.K. takes your life questions and sets you safely down the right path to a solution, a purpose, or — no surprise here — a ... More >>
Runnin' Scared
4:04 pm
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
Take Flight with These 25 Drone Films From the NYC Drone Film Fest A sped-up shot from "Aerial NYC" by Randy Scot SlavinRandy Scott Slavin is something of a drone evangelist. "People have never seen the inside of a volcano before. But drones have gone there," th... More >>
Fork in the Road
1:37 pm
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
Why Pairing Wine With Your Super Bowl Snacks Is Not Pretentious Wine shouldn't be foisted onto every culinary event; no matter how grand or mundane, some matches are better left alone: the Kentucky Derby and bourbon, or bagels, lox, and black coffee (OK, a gl... More >>
Fork in the Road
11:01 am
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
Michelin-Starred Chef Hemant Mathur Takes the Reins at Six Indian Restaurants When Hemant Mathur was in the kitchen at Devi, the place became the first Indian restaurant in the city to earn a Michelin star. When he opened Tulsi in 2011, the mark of distinction followed &md... More >>
Fork in the Road
10:03 am
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
Recipe: The Pendennis Club Cocktail Is a Piece of Bartending History This week's drink comes by way of Bryan Schneider, head bartender of seasonally changing restaurant Park Avenue (360 Park Avenue; 212-951-7111) and Maloney & Porcelli, among others. ... More >>
Fork in the Road
9:13 am
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
How to Eat Your Way Around 18th Avenue in Bensonhurst It's a trek to take the D or N train down to Bensonhurst, but it's worth doing occasionally, because you'll eat well. With a diverse ethnic backdrop, the area has plenty to offer in terms of tast... More >>
Runnin' Scared
9:01 am
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
Man Who Wanted His Snow Shoveled, then Oral Sex, Is the Craigslist Blizzard Hookup Winner The snowpocalypse is behind us and, like a hastily arranged internet sexual encounter, it was short and deeply dissatisfying. Bored, hungry, and fearing for their lives, New Yorkers took to the i... More >>
Fork in the Road
8:05 am
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
At Astoria's El Rey, There's Mexican Food for Everyone El Rey (2521 Astoria Boulevard, Queens, 718-545-2292) is a Mexican restaurant in Astoria, Queens. There are elevated red banquettes you have to step up into; these squishy booths make drinking bu... More >>
Runnin' Scared
6:05 am
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
Here's How Mayor Bill de Blasio's Expressive Sign Language Interpreter Got the Job During recent emergency press conferences about Ebola and potentially life-threatening blizzards, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has had to share a little of the limelight. That's because,... More >>
Runnin' Scared
6:03 am
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
Here's How the MTA Got All of Its Trains Underground Following Governor Andrew Cuomo's directive for all state agencies to be prepared for Winter Storm Juno, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority stabled all of its passenger trains overnight... More >>
Sound of the City
5:05 am
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
This Week in Indie Comedy: 'The Buttcracker Special,' Morgan Spurlock, and a Dominatrix This week in Cheap Laughs, we have improvised wit, a dominatrix bit, shows that won't quit, and the woman who keeps cutting Lena Dunham down to size. Here's our rundown of the best in independ... More >>
Art
12:00 am
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
Scott McCloud on the Evolving Art of American Comics Scott McCloud broke into the independent comics scene in the mid-Eighties with a good-hearted science fiction comic, Zot!, and in subsequent... More >>
Film
12:00 am
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
Sundance: Eat Through L.A. With Pulitzer Winner Jonathan Gold Halfway through Laura Gabbert's documentary City of Gold, a salute to Jonathan Gold, the Pulitzer Prize–winning food critic's brother Mark... More >>
Film
12:00 am
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
In Black or White, the Race Drama Is Cartoonish There are few hard-and-fast rules in screenwriting, but here's one I think we can agree on: Something's gone wrong if your crowd-pleasing family... More >>
Film
12:00 am
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
Can the Backstreet Boys Become Outspoken Men? Let's leap back to 1994. Grunge and gangsta rap dominated MTV — music that claimed to be gritty and honest. Yet that year in Orlando, as far... More >>
Tracking Shots
12:00 am
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
Jason Statham Is Much More Badass Than Wild Card Sadly, the first film scripted by William Goldman to hit theaters since the anus-monster mess Dreamcatcher is no return to form, and this time,... More >>
Film
12:00 am
Jan. 28, 2015
New York News
Martin Starr Is Grand in American-Iraqi Rom-Com Amira & Sam Look, if it's going to have any chance of stirring in us that warm, giddy, life-saving thrill of love actually working out, a romantic comedy with... More >>
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