Swarms of bands are currently taking over the most hipster corners of our city. From the Lower East Side to Williamsburg, a variety of acts are in town for 2013's CMJ Music Marathon performing from morning until deep in the evening at a variety of cool parties and showcases and are hoping you'll tak ... More >>
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Better Than: Something scarier that could've happened, probablyIf only last night's Danny Brown x Kitty (Pryde) show at Irving Plaza could be judged simply as a performance, instead of a cultural event. Unfortunately, it can't. Not after "The Thing" that went down in Minneapolis two weeks ago. Real ... More >>
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Pearl & Ash will open tonight in the old Bowery Kitchen space. Chef Richard Kuo, a former co-chef at the Scandinavian pop-up, Frej, offers a meat-heavy menu -- veal cheek with forbidden rice, and quail with almond, pomegranate, and chicken skin. 220 Bowery
By Drew Millard Better Than: Watching Waka Flocka shop for shoes. Gucci Mane came onstage at Irving Plaza last night. GUCCI MANE CAME ONSTAGE. AT IRVING PLAZA. LAST NIGHT. I don't know another way to stress the importance of seeing Gucci Mane come out onstage at this point other than making th ... More >>
The Egyptian-born suspect in the "honor killings" of his two daughters may be hiding out in the New York City area and posing as a cab driver, according to a private detective investigating the murders.Yaser Said, who is Muslim, is accused of murdering his two daughters in Texas in 2008 because they ... More >>
The New York Times reports that Hostess Brands -- the company that manufactures Ding Dongs, Twinkies, and Hostess Cupcakes -- has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
opentable.comThe product of blood, sweat, and tearsIt's almost time for the Oscars. That is, the Oscars of the food world: the James Beard Foundation Awards. Today marked the announcement of the restaurant and chef semifinalists, who were chosen from a record 28,000 online entries. Finalists ... More >>
Melissa Hom/MetromixRyan Skeen lays it all out. Four months after departing Allen & Delancey in rather glorious form, Ryan Skeen has returned to lend a bit of color to the city's dining landscape. He's resurfaced in Harlem, where he's both chef and partner at the 5 & Diamond. Grub Street repo ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. September 22, 1966, Vol. XI, No. 49 A Newsman Views The Newest Paper By Stan Fischler After a lengthy courtship, the Journal-American, World Telegram and Sun, and Herald-Tribune finally joined their presses in journalistic marriage l ... More >>
--Taylor Swift was on The View this morning, talking about what it was like to be the other person on that infamous VMA stage: "I think my overall thought process went something like: 'Wow, I can't believe I won... This is awesome... Don't trip and fall... I'm gonna get to thank the fans, thi ... More >>
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