You've got a three-day weekend in the cross hairs, so suck it up and get through the next five days. Here are the very best food events in town this week.
Charlie Lookerschoolteacher, classical music composer, guitar improviser, ex-ZS member, Antony and Morrissey enthusiast and visionary behind Brooklyn's niche-less trio Extra Lifeis celebrating the release of Dream Seeds (Northern Spy) in his typical, adverse fashion: on a bill with bl ... More >>
I talk to her about her method, spank you very much
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5 complex female characters, 5 remarkable performances
Michael Fassbender has made searing impressions in Hunger, Inglourious Basterds, and Jane Eyre, and he's also managed to heat up everything from an X-Men movie to Centurion and beyond. Plus he's coming up in David Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method, in which Fassbender is the founder of Analyti ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. April 12, 1973, Vol. XVIII, No. 15 Female fantasies by Elaine Louie Asking a woman her sexual fantasy is a new way of saying, "Who are you?" If she tells you, she may be doing a mental strip-tease or she may be trying to liberate herse ... More >>
And is the Chupacabra Mexican?
Therapy of the heart
Nice cape, dude. Photo by Araceli Cruz."The first thing that struck me was the boat," said Billy Corgan, onstage Saturday at the Rubin Museum, where he was being psychoanalyzed. In front of him was an image from C. G. Jung's The Red Book. The illustration was of a vessel at sea, with a spear- ... More >>
Billy Corgan gets psychoanalyzed
Antony plays the house of Billie and Mr. Brown
When the crackling analytical mind of writer Cintra Wilson speaks, I sit my ass down and listen. And Cintra has some kooky yet apparently essential theater to trumpet. She just emailed me to tout her friend Matt Prager's new show at the NY Musical Theater workshop—a musical bio of Kathie Lee Giffo ... More >>
The stats don't lie
English majors! Christopher Booker's new study just made your life much easiermaybe