After Harold Dieterle walked away victorious from the first season of Bravo's Top Chef, people expected him, he says, to open a massive restaurant in Times Square, one where he could put himself onstage in an open kitchen and smile benevolently down upon his fans. That's not his personality, though, ... More >>
Victor Calderone is looking forward to the October 4 debut of his residency at the newly opened Space Ibiza NY as a long-delayed homecoming. Sure, Calderone, one of the city's true superstar DJs, has enjoyed residencies at nearly every big-room club in town. And he has been fielding other offers. Bu ... More >>
Shred sculpting radicals of the highest order, Mary Halvorson and Brandon Seabrook are two of Brooklyn's finest six-stringers. Both have reigned as the Voice's Best NY guitarists and the intrepid pair can often be found extracting glorious sounds from their respective instruments at DIY jazz and exp ... More >>
The good hubby
Looking for signs of the artist a quarter-century after he disappeared
Go-Go Harder proves that New York is the best place to go, go, go
Hasn't Coney Island seen enough of sorrow, tribulation, and nakedness? Perhaps not. The American Association for Nude Recreation would like Coney Island to have a designated nude beach for reasons including Coney Island's accessibility via mass transit as well as the opportunity to "attract m ... More >>
A female version of the Lavender Mafia is in the cards as more women gain power
Even when it doesn't love us
Rebecca MarxThe soft serve will flow.When the Big Gay Ice Cream Shop opens sometime in June, it will be the brick-and-mortar manifestation not only of the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck but also the way that stars, against all odds, sometimes magically align.
Jibz Cameron's hot at the Hot! Festival. Plus The Kids Are All Right and Kisses
I love drag queens more than life itself, and I appreciate the timeless appeal of their Bette Davis, Marilyn Monroe, and Eartha Kitt impressions. It's important to keep those amazing legends alive! But if these impersonators don't mix it up and start updating their acts a little, they're goi ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. December 9, 1965, Vol. XI, No. 8 Films By Andrew Sarris I have been intrigued in recent months by the sheer number of Voice columnists who have decided to define the proper role of the critic. In each instance, the traditional father ... More >>
Out and about, and then back here to walk in Nancy Sinatra's boots.
Talking with the smart Jeff Daniels and plotting our Tonys revenge.
Quick question: Where would this banana seat take you? Fire Island?
Drag queens storm the beaches of Fire Island
Can't dykes all just get along?
Plus Samantha, Miranda, Charlotte, and the rest
Unconventional swordplay and vamping, plus blind items that will make you go blind
Unrelated: the city's sex life bottoms out; Hillary's gal Friday; Dean among the Queens
Shopping for a bathing suit is hell
Celebrities theatrically pleasure themselves on Broadway
Alfred Leslie has not left the building
Undivine Interventions From Cambodia to Chechnya
In Memory of Stonewall Warrior Sylvia Rivera
Five Years Later, Flight 800 Still Poses Questions
Gale Norton Rings in an America Where Polluters Police Themselves and Environmentalists Go Extinct
So, How Was Your Summer?
The Pursuit of Paris
Rudy Dons Miter In Search of Upstate Canonization
Alas, it's not clear which is the gay Wiggle, since the one who wears purple doesn't also carry a magic purse.
Paul Cadmus Sings the Body Electric and Otherwise
A Consumer Guide to the New York International Fringe Festival