Disclaimer: Everything in this post is not some bogus attempt at making an April Fools' joke, that's not how we roll. We don't mess around when it comes to social activities. Spend this evening with real comedians including Janeane Garofalo at Union Hall, and Colin Quinn at Housing Works Bookstore, ... More >>
Valentine's Day is on Friday. But before you get all squirmy and pissed off about love, or the concept of celebrating love on one particular day, this week's best round-up of events isn't about that. Not really. Yes, V-Day events are already underway, but don't fret, we only honor the idea of being ... More >>
For more shows throughout the weekend, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which is updated daily.
The Bowery gallery scene. Plus summer art picks
Years ago, Ella Taylor interviewed Quentin Tarantino at his favorite Denny's. She returns to the scene to ask about Inglourious Basterds and his career. Tarantino is charmng, but if you want to be pissed at him, he does say things like, "A case can be made that I re-created the gangster fil ... More >>
Normally you have to crush it and put it in their drinks when they're not looking, but the New Museum of Contemporary Art is offering to pay local women to take a sleeping pill and crawl into bed for six hours. Per the job application, participants must be between 18 and 40 years of age, and willing ... More >>
A night out with artist Kara Walker
Strong building, weak show: "Unmonumental"
The Fine Art of Picking a Shtick
A New Exhibit at the Jewish Museum Produces an Uproar
A Showstopping Carnival of Art Heats Up the City
Art's Bad Boys Mark Their Targets
For Women Artists, Recognition Comes Late
The Season Envisions a 101 Lesson in the Medium
Politics Is Everywhere in Martha Roslers 30-Year Retrospective