The choreographer is still looking for Morphoses' right program recipe
Cazwell's 20-minute bashes.
That's what you get in this week's column [CLICK HERE], which I managed to compile before taking the vacation that has some of you so understandably distraught. Well, you can console yourselves with my tasty pile of tawdry anonymous tidbits--though that's only at the end of the opus. As with sex, yo ... More >>
Summit EntertainmentWatch out: Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker In this week's Village Voice Music Section, Rob Harvilla on the cheerfully combative Midwest noise-pop of Wussy. Ira Kantor follows the thread from deceased cult-folkie Laura Nyro all the way to her gritty rapper son, Gil-T. Larry B ... More >>
Michelle Obama swears by Isabel Toledo's gowns, and now crowds do, too.
Isn't it nice that someone has actually turned down an offer to appear on television? In the age of reality TV, where people push their disintegrating families into your face for the glamour of it all, saying "no" is so very rare. And yet longtime club goddess Susanne Bartsch just refused the chanc ... More >>
Our first lady may have some controversial sartorial taste, but at least she goes for bold designers who are one of us, if you know what I mean. Gone are the uptown days of Oscar de la Whatshisname and Arnold Isaacs-spelt-backwards. Michelle favors kooky clothiers like the different-drum-following T ... More >>
Pearls to swine, and back again
The fashion industry is obsessed with greenthe color of military uniforms, army fatigues, and the scads of money it will cost you to buy next fall's designs
From bar mitzvah memories to video game worlds, this year's coffee-table books offers sentimental journeys
Notes from an opening: 'Manhandled by security guard. Kept running into whiny B-list types or maybe that was a mirror.'