Bushwick block party captures all the senses
Marie Antoinette would be all over this
Kirsten Luce for The New York Times We're thrilled to see the inimitable Martha Cooper still getting mainstream shine--we've certainly repped her work whenever we get the chance. But what was interesting about Friday's short Times profile wasn't just the insane old-school shot of a young Futura 200 ... More >>
You may have heard of the former Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals, Judith Kaye. But do you know the man who replaced her, Jonathan Lippman? Do you know he never practiced as an attorney, and barely served as a judge? So how'd he get appointed to this exalted position? Connections, baby -- chief a ... More >>
Veteran hip-hop photographer Martha Cooper has a new love
Cat Power photo by Stefano Giovannini In this week's Village Voice Music Section, Rob Harvilla does live karaoke at the Apollo with Cat Power. Tom Hull gives us 2009's first Jazz Consumer Guide. Aidan Levy on downtown jazzbo Andrew D'Angelo's fight with cancer. Annie Fischer remembers the young ... More >>
Wild Style turned 25 last year; this spring, Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant's Subway Art hits its quarter-century birthday. For the milestone, the classic's coming out revamped in April, with a new cover, publisher, and text. Decidedly dope.
Postal-sticker art show on February 20 at Ad Hoc. Respect your elders, son. Martha Cooper is the real deal.
From bar mitzvah memories to video game worlds, this year's coffee-table books offers sentimental journeys
19761985: Punk to Pomo, Basquiat to Breakdancing
Back to the beat: Taking classes from hip-hop's old school
Teenage Wasteland? Not in These Shows.