There's nothing inspired in Woody's annual update.
Rom-coms used to be a cash cow --and wildly popular with audiences. What happened?
New York vacation
John Sexton, the president of NYU, cares what Villagers think. During a town hall meeting for NYU students held yesterday, he answered our question, "How do you feel about animosity you face from Villagers about NYU expansion?" with an eight-minute-long response.
The Avenue B Mob
Clarinet in hand, the director defends one of America's disappearing art forms
The director mines her life for her films—and life is complicated
Rob Trucks's "Possibly 4th Street" expositions, in which he invites musicians to perform live and impromptu somewhere in New York City, run intermittently here at Sound of the City. Basia Bulat performs next Friday, September 19 at the Highline Ballroom. Tickets are $13 and available here. all p ... More >>
Missing from the front pages, but given heavy coverage in both papers is the testimony of Sean Bell's pal Trent Benefield. Benefield was shot three times the night Bell was killed and testified that he had no idea that the people shooting at him were cops. Benefield gets the "unreliable witness" t ... More >>
The voice of a generation talks like a regular guy in About a Son
Tsai Ming-liang's latest is wayward, indeed
We were shelling out $400 every couple of months to pay for the lawyer