First-Rate Doc Reveals Murder and Supermen in Paradise
There are two things you should know about NYC thrash band ShitKill. The first is that they're some of the most promising young metal musicians we've seen in a long time. The second is that, when we say young, we mean barely old enough to vote: none of them are over 18-years-old. See Also: - Live: ... More >>
At four, the festival grows into a grand celebration
The Cell and the Hive tie the knot with a look at a troubled marriage
Yes In My Backyard is a semiweekly column showcasing new and emerging MP3s from local talent. Recently, we've given you the Beets' "Don't Fit In My Head," the video for Motel Motel's "Coffee," and Werewolves' "Dora Gerson." Liturgy's Hunter Hunt-Hendrix Liturgy are the first black metal ba ... More >>
The New York Post civic-mindedly presents readers with "The Truth About the Naked Cowboy," which comes in the form of an at-home profile of the recently-announced mayoral candidate. We are told that Robert Burck, as he is known away from his work, rises early, exercises, quotes motivational authors ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesDecember 19, 1963, Vol. IX, No. 9The Greenwich Village Scholarship (2)The Greenwich Village Scholarship, despite the rather tongue-in-cheek way in which I presented it (November 7), was a serious attempt to show upper Eastside chicks that the Vil ... More >>
Solving a philosophical mystery with Sherlock Holmes
Lupe Fiasco headlines Irving Plaza next Tuesday, December 18. The show is sold out. Interview by Ben Westhoff It's the best of times and the worst of times for Lupe Fiasco. As of next week's release of his sophomore effort Lupe Fiasco's The Cool, he remains critically beloved. Plus, the day I call ... More >>
A "What's Wrong With America" indie comedy reveals what's wrong with indie comedies
Are these four choreographers sloughing off their skins?
Prophet margin: Five years before Aztec god returns!
Deep in the Heart of Texts
'Fight Club' author goes inside a gothic writers' workshop
A British filmmaker deconstructs the politics of fear exploited by radical Islamists and American neocons alike.
Emo boy turns Super Mensch
San Francisco Gives In to Theorists
Turning a Martyrs Sermons Into a Truly New Song
Lear, Seinfeld, and the Dumbing Down of the Academy
In big-time tennis, that which does not kill you makes you stronger