Editor's note: In Tweets is Watching, Phillip Mlynar asks local artists questions based solely on the contents of their Twitter timeline.
New York City-based rockers The Cringe released their fourth studio album, Hiding In Plain Sight, earlier this week. The Cringe is fronted up by John Cusimano, w ... More >>
Full disclosure: when we set about writing this post, we were going to open with a snarky (read: stale) complaint about how the lottery subgenre of reportage just isn't creative enough.
In fact, our lede was going to be something like: "There must be a whole chapter on lotto coverage in "Journalism ... More >>
All right, she may not have written them, but with her fiery delivery, Liz always made her lines sound like they really originated in her mouth.
The most vivid:
(5) "No sale!"
Liz didn't even say this one, actually. She furiously wrote it in lipstick on the mirror at the beginning of ... More >>
pics by Stacey
Saturday, October 9
Better than: Being in any other throng of 3,000 college students.
For a band of no words, Ratatat still swiftly establish their agenda--they would prefer the crowd riot. This is never uttered during their Saturday show - bassist/keyboardist Ev ... More >>
There are no words to describe the majesty of this history-drenched totem pole by Beauregard Houston-Montgomery.
It's all very Luxor Hotel meets Pirates of the Caribbean as directed by Joseph Mankiewicz for Discovery Travel Channel.
And it's tomb much.
There are currently more than 120 Joe Jonases, at least 45 George Bushes, and exactly 13 Octomoms on Twitter. And while fake social networking profiles have been around since the dark ages of Friendster, the newest crop of Fakesters have embraced the most massive venue for Internet oversharers, th ... More >>
You may recall that in Hiram Monserrate's darkest days -- back before the judge in his assault case let him off with probation -- fellow state senator and member of the "Gang of Three" (which muscled the senate for favors last year) Ruben Diaz Sr. complained that there was a racist component ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesJune 20, 1963, Vol. VIII, No. 35'Cleopatra': The Fall of Bosley CaesarBy Andrew SarrisIn case you're still wondering, "CLEOPATRA" (at the Rivoli) is a complete disaster, and I kid you not. I vas dere, Charlie, for four hours and three minutes, no ... More >>