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Enchiladas de mole blanco at Rosa Mexicano The multi-credentialed Jonathan Waxman -- whose career extends from Chez Panisse (Berkeley, 1970s) to Michael's (Santa Monica, 1980s) to Jams (New York, 1980s) to Barbuto (New York, 2000s) -- is often credited with introducing California cuisine to New Yo ... More >>
Birdbath's sandwich is on the top, Peels' is on the bottom. Birdbath Bakery's recently opened outpost in the New Museum has a full menu of all of the eco-minded bakery's greatest hits, including Our Man Sietsema's beloved "Old School" vegetarian sandwich. Packed full of sprouts, avocado, and ... More >>
Playwright Michael Golamco tracks the travails of a Cambodian-American family
The 2010 Tony nominations are out, and the yearly ceremony that becomes more and more designed to persuade people from anywhere but New York City to spend money on theater is soon to follow. The idea behind the Tonys is simply to get Broadway to appeal to the rest of America in a big, fancy ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. June 23, 1966, Vol. XI, No. 36 Scenes By Howard Smith One of the primary satisfactions of using drugs is the element of ritual -- rolling, tying up, snorting. All contain sexual sublimations that could, and maybe do, make a religion. ... More >>
From "Robin of Berekley" at American Thinker, we learn that liberals have gone beyond wanting Sarah Palin not to be president, and wish to beat and rape her. Leftist men are no damn good, she explains in "The Wilding of Sarah Palin: "When I was accosted by thugs, those leftist men were missing in ac ... More >>
AOL is now Aol, and has lost its Running Man logo because "he represents the communications products and that's not the whole new AOL," says Aol's Maureen Sullivan. The Running Man is rumored to drowning his sorrows with Mr. Zip.
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. February 24, 1966, Vol. XI, No. 19 Larger than Life, Less than Human By Marlene Nadle This is the age of pop sex. Of two dimensional relationships played out by comic strip people with comic strip emotions. Of sex that is larger than ... More >>
Christopher Kimball has been quite a font of opinion lately, between writing that the Internet and its broccoli casserole recipes killed Gourmet, challenging the online community to a cook-off, and proclaiming that there is a wrong way and a right way to cook. Now, the Cook's Illustrated edit ... More >>
Tabletmag.comTwo years before David Sax was born, his paternal grandfather died while eating a smoked meat sandwich from Schwartz's Hebrew Delicatessen in Montreal. But the food that caused his grandfather's literal downfall was also his legacy: it "pickled my soul with a craving for salt, ga ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives July 15, 1965, Vol. X, No. 39 WBAI: Mastering the Art of Eking Out a Living By Susan Brownmiller They had a marvelous time, those plucky non-conforming radio kids over at WBAI. They suspended regular programming with the evening news, ... More >>
It has lately been revealed by Fox News that Obama environmental advisor Van Jones, who has been slammed as a Communist by conservatives and has of late been hounded by TV buffoon Glenn Beck, once told an audience in Berkeley that Republicans, or at least some of them, are assholes. "That's a tech ... More >>
Miranda Julynow an author, toodiscovers the fine art of the epileptic fit
Bringing the timeless up to date
Older is bitterwhen it comes to the war in Iraq. A peek inside the granny-power movement.
From the Beats to Civil Rights, Lenny Bruce to Warhol's Factory . . .
Known quantities, brave genre experiments, program music, and a couple of Cairos
Film-theory students focus on porn and other fringe fare. But can they get a job?
Chick flicks flip the script: Julia does a Robin and Yorkshire's finest go the full mumsy
Old dogs singin' slow songs and fairygodmotherfuckers for discerning dilettantes
Artists and Scholars Trace Sex, Politics, and Religion Through Caribbean Dance
Why Believe David Brock? Because His Story Makes Sense.
A Peace Movement Grows in New York and Beyond
Dissertations on the Percussive School
Activists of Color Bring the Economic War Home, But Is the Movement Missing the Message?
Matmos: Where Art Worlds Collide
Unauthorized Lecture-Note Sites Draw Profs Fire
Little Green Men
Psychoanalysts probe the roots of homophobia
Studio on Fourth Floor of 19th-Century Building
'Diversity Cannot Continue by Crude Racial Categories'