The thriller boasts impressive horror, but its ideas? Not so much.
Michael Becker/FOXSo this was Stefano Langone's week to disappear. I can't say it's a surprise; he'd been on the chopping block for a while, bouncing in and out of the bottom three and generally coming across as someone who was not long for this show. It's still a bit messed up the way the sh ... More >>
Bringing up (one crazy test-tube mutant of a) baby
WALL-E would never get out alive.
This week Bones, intrepid art-world raconteur, spends some time out in the cold with Christian Jankowski's Living Sculptures. Call it art vs. the Apple Store... Faced with the invitation to participate in the 1999 Venice Biennale, the then-31-year-old German artist Christian Jankowski relocated, ... More >>
A sticky web of sale, resale, and photos of a Park Slope painter's work
Hailing the oft-derided genius of these bloat-tastic motherfuckers
Raising a glass to Lit, mourning Disco D, and bashing the repellent cabaret law
A Conference Is in the (Tarot) Cards
The politics of dancing: what's behind the campaign to close the Limelight
When I asked Jane Horrocks if she's a gay man trapped in a woman's body, she said, 'No! If so, I haven't discovered it!'
Brigid Berlin read to a stellar old-guard crowd, including Monique Van Vooren, who came late, got everyone's attention, then left early.