Kristen Stewart spent five Twilight films getting rescued by werewolves and vampires. Consider Camp X-Ray her rebuttal to a half-decade of playing damsels in distress. As Guantanamo guard Private Cole, Stewart is punched, bloodied, and spat on -- and that's just the first 10 minutes. When her comman ... More >>
Tiger Eyes is a breath of fresh air -- and an opportunity
A team-building workshop goes awry
Here are the top 10 concerts around the city this week, in no particular order.
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Here are the10 best concerts to check out around the city this week, in no particular order.
Ah, the subject of Darrelle Revis again. I hate to keep coming back to this, but at the time of year when we ought to be talking about the Yankees and the Mets, the subject of what the Jets should do about Revis continues to grab headlines. Here's Mike Lupica in today's Daily News: "The Jets shoul ... More >>
Help Disclosure get the Music Hall of Williamsburg dancing
Park City's Breakouts
Two-time Olympic gold winner and head of the London Olympics Sebastian Coe started an unexpected uproar a few days ago with some a well-intentioned comments about Michael Phelps: "You can probably say that clearly, self-evidently, in medal tally he's the most successful. My personal view is that I ... More >>
This week in the Voice, out today, Graham Rayman tells a sordid story of sex, power, and text messaging involving a Palisades Interstate Parkway police officer's relationship with a Brooklyn woman, writing: "During the course of her interaction with the Palisades cops in 2010, she had an affair with ... More >>
The thriller boasts impressive horror, but its ideas? Not so much.
By a vote of two to one, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has just ruled that California's Proposition is unconstitutional. Simply put: even though more Californians voted for Prop 8 than not, that proposition was a violation of the constitution of the United States of America, according to the ... More >>
As the Billyburg/Bushwick/Greenpoint underground overloads itself with crude art-noize slop, the clean-cut, pop-obsessive whizzes in the Red Hook-based Hospitality are quite the welcome anomaly. With an indiepop aesthetic as charming as their band name, singer/songwriter/guitarist Amber Papin ... More >>
The soaring cost of college has multiple causes and no easy solution
Somewhat unbelievably, here we find ourselves on the last Friday of 2011. We hope this year has been a good one for you. As for us, well, we can't complain too much. After all, this is the post in which we get to brag a little: The most-read stories in the Voice for the year. Whee. Previous top stor ... More >>
Viktor Vazquez has just arrived at a hotel in Seattle and is pining for some noodles. Specifically, he has the hankering for some "fancy ramen noodles." It's a caliber of Japanese wheat-noodle that he has not been able to find since leaving his home in New York City to undertake a vehement 30 ... More >>
LRH came out on top of our countdown, but did he top out our readers poll? Take a look inside!Actually, make that the top fifty people crippling the Church of Scientology -- we received more than 3,000 individual choices by 141 voters, with more than 300 different people receiving votes. Our ... More >>
While the coming new sports site, The Classical, feels to us an awful lot like what people hoped Grantland would be, the writers involved tell the Voice they see it as more like a sports version of the Awl. Either way, sports are one of the topics that eat up a lot of time but remain immune t ... More >>
To celebrate the official start of gay marriages in New York on July 24, chapels and ministers all over the city will be joining people in holy matrimony for free, minus the cost of a marriage license. And that matrimony is not limited to LGBT couples -- there's at least one officiant offerin ... More >>
Zombies in Buswick
Are golden showers the blowjobs of tomorrow? Just ask this satirical novelist.
Intellectualism goes soft in this more obvious than smart romantic comedy