And I'm here! I'm still here! My bunions had grown so unfashionably large that there was no footwear on earth that could pleasure my feet -- not even basketball sneakers -- so I had to break down and go for surgery. Twice.
by Kathy Iandoli Kathy IandoliLana Del Rey Bowery Ballroom Monday, December 5 Better than: Rewinding the DVR over and over again to hear "Video Games" on Gossip Girl. Two years ago, Lizzy Grant's song "Kill Kill," which inhaled Nancy Sinatra's "Bang Bang" and exhaled a more listener-frien ... More >>
The 2011 edition of Da Capo's annual anthology Best Music Writing which this year was guest edited by The New Yorker classical writer and The Rest Is Noise author Alex Ross; Daphne Carr has been the series editor since 2006contains 32 essays and is augmented by a a jumbo-sized "Other N ... More >>
A worn-out "gun-slinging hooker" is tried for murder and is nice enough to not tell her defense lawyer, "By the way, I'm your mother." That's the tear-duct-tickling plot of Madame X, the Gerard Alessandrini and Robert Hetzel entry at the New York Musical Theatre Festival, which proves to be an affe ... More >>
I have a lot of free time, folks, so I've sat down and retooled "You Gotta Get a Gimmick" from Gypsy as if it were sung by Lana Turner, Rita Hayworth, and Ava Gardner to rising starlet Kim Novak back in the 1950s. Before you call the men with the white suits, check out this theater queen flight o ... More >>
With Hollywood sweater girl Lana Turner for a mama, Cheryl Crane was bound for a life of nonstop rollicking glamour, right? Wrong! Cheryl was continually raped by her stepfather, screen Tarzan Lex Barker, who loved giving her "rough baths" by day and sexually torturing her at night.
The photographer's first publishing project, revisited
Yet another Rhode trip. Then it's back to Manhattan for cock tales.
Vincente Minnelli at Anthology, plus BAM hearts Asian cinema
Idiosyncratic sci-fi films Sans Soleil and La Jetée hit DVD. Plus, good directors gone bad and bad directors gone worse.
Gyno-centric director returns with a lighthearted ghost story
Why peroxide rot is, like, officially over
Rappers in Cuba, pilgrims in Mecca, killer fish in Tanzania, James Carville in Bolivia
As a photographer, the filmmaker continues to make deliciously perverse 'little movies'
Sundance docs: Board youth, iMacs, Big Macs and big mouthswho in Tarnation is next
Warhol as soap star in Steven Watson's fresh factory history
Slovenia's New Beginnings
Todd Haynes and Julianne Moore Reopen Douglas Sirk's Melodrama Fakebook
Behind the Scenes With the Drama Queens