What Makes a Woman G.I.B.? Author: Wendy Leigh Date: 1977 Publisher: Signet Discovered at: The Second Best Thrift Shop, Astoria, Queens The Cover Promises: That being "good in bed" is such a naughty new idea that it demands a cute acronym. Also: That there's apparently no reason to aim for being ... More >>
Throughout the award's history, Grammy voters have tended to bestow Best Comedy Album upon trusted favorites: Bill Cosby closed out the 1960s with six straight victories; Richard Pryor took home three trophies in the '70s and two more in the '80s; and Peter Schickele opened the '90s with four ... More >>
We will never own one of these. Whee, the 62nd Annual (Primetime!) Emmys have been announced. There aren't that many surprises: As usual, HBO rocks, as does Mad Men, True Blood, 30 Rock, Glee, Neil Patrick Harris, and Tina Fey. Losties may get another chance to see the objects of their affect ... More >>
Women in long-term relationships get it on as much as other couplesor not
Congratulations to New York's girl with the most cake, Tina Fey, for winning the 2010 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, the nation's highest honor for those with easy, grossly unfair access to Jon Hamm comedy. The 30 Rock actress/writer will accept the award in November in a ceremony at th ... More >>
If Lily Tomlin's beloved characters aged at all, Edith Ann, the precocious 5-year-old, might just fit in that oversize rocking chair. Though Tomlin's personifications haven't changed, the world they live in certainly has in the four decades she's been performing. This Saturday, April 17, the ... More >>
Uptown Saturday nights are more fabulous all the time. Meanwhile, back at the Tonys . . .
Trent makes a middling ambient record. So can you, incidentally.
Things get hairy for Amber Martin
A gay escort finds himself at the center of a classic D.C. scandal in the semi-successful The Walker
Another dead animal, another celebrity clothing line. Oh, and I love Paris when she's sprungthen and only then.
Painter, playwright, novelist, wrestler: Catching up with a Renaissance woman
From the 'Voice' archives: Remembering Robert Altman through the words of Voice critics past
'He never just told the story'
Keillor and Altman team up for an elegiac backstage musical
Glamour, heartbreak, and some interpretive dance
Used to be a genius, I ain't lying, booked the numbers didn't need paper or pencil.
Celebrities theatrically pleasure themselves on Broadway
David O. Russell gets to the ♥ of the matter with an existential farce and a Gulf War II doc
The season's globe-trotting films bring mankind closer together, or at least pretend to on-screen
Discovering Urban Witchiness on Halloween
The Expanding Role of Theater Sound Design
Facing Reality, or Not, in Stand-Up and Hip-Hop
Customers Squawk Back Over DSL Service
'The Vagina Monologues' Seizes the Means of Production