The 1963 melodrama I Could Go On Singing was given a showing at the IFC Center last week as part of Ira Sachs and Adam Baran's series of monthly events, Queer/Art/Film. And I was stunned to see the film's parallels to Judy's own life. Judy plays a wildly successful singer who goes to London to per ... More >>
Familiar faces at a New Jersey autograph show for fading stars
Me and the always fierce Pam Grier. She lit up the place like a Roman candle.Today's column is all about my interactions with various Oscar winners, ex child stars, sitcom survivors, and other culty icons at the Chiller Theatre autography show in New Jersey the other night. Well, here's a go ... More >>
BittenByAZebraNicola Briggs, the Tai Chi instructor who fought back when a man flashed her on the subway and turned into an Internet sensation, was awarded one of the 5th Annual Women's Awards last night at the Stonewall Inn. Briggs spoke to the Voice about winning the award and why, sometim ... More >>
Hostel: Part II: Lame, tame, and not worth moralizing
Another dead animal, another celebrity clothing line. Oh, and I love Paris when she's sprungthen and only then.
Too hot to deal? Take shelter in the cool and dark of the matinee.
Both sides now: Todd Solondz's Palindromes agitates pro-life and pro-choice camps alike
Welcome to the droll house: American geekhood finds a new icon in a clueless Idaho teen
Heather Matarazzo Leaves the Dollhouse
Two Sisters Sow Their Oates
Sundance Takes a Tumble