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If while listening to Jay-Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail, you experienced an indescribable sensation that you were actually listening to an encrypted invitation to a very luxurious party with a super exclusive guest list and even more ridiculous gift wish list, you were right!!! We made note of every pe ... More >>
Three-time Tony nominee Marin Mazzie (Passion, Ragtime, Kiss Me Kate) premiered a refreshing show of non-theater songs last night at Below 54. Mazzie is a reliable, talented, classy performer, and rather than give us another cabaret show filled with "Children Will Listen" and "Some People," she tre ... More >>
A show that made 'em mad in D.C. comes to town
The Studio Museum in Harlem looks back at a New York art group
courtesy of Violet TimesOne of Electric Eel John Morton's surfing skeletons. Foggy Notion Art Show Opening: art by Neil Michael Hagerty, Hamish Kilgour, Timmy Vulgar, John Morton, Ju Suk Reet Meate, Oblivia, and Peggy Snow; live performances from Sightings and Garbage River Live With Animals ... More >>
The new mascots for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia are here! They're pretty cute if a little too Pixar. It's a polar bear, a hare, and a leopard with a snowboard. The only one who looks remotely athletic is the leopard. He's actually kind of scary if you look too long into his eyes ... More >>
Curious visions from an early American modernist
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. November 14, 1968, Vol. XIV, No. 5 Ask Not What Nixon Will Do For You by Joe Flaherty ...In this dank, stale room Senate candidate Paul O'Dwyer sat in a chair testily denouncing the polls and the projections that on this early hour cla ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. November 30, 1967, Vol. XIII, No. 7 The Homosexual Clown As Underground Star by Sally Kempton People have been saying for years that Taylor Mead will someday be discovered by the commercial theatre. This has never happened, at least no ... More >>
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The troubadour returns to regale you with tales of cell phones, lesbian bars, and smelly ponds
A farewell to the choreographer of chance and thrilling universes
A fascinating group media-art show
Honoring a somewhat fatigued Project Runway victor at a South Slope house party
Alain Resnais's Last Year at Marienbad returns
MOMA does its reputationand utopian wealth of materiala grave disservice. Again.
Target Margin makes ancient Greek texts lively; Sarah Ruhl gives Eurydice the death blow
What's so fun about 22 guys in spandex slamming into one another? Along for the ride with Jets and Giants fans
Just in time to wind down Hanukkah, a Woody Allen retro
A hooker, a meat dealer, and a skinhead walk into a bar . . .
A line drawn in the psychic sands of American sexual and cultural values
Mabou Mines Plays Out Nuclear War
Chris Martin's show is a living room, an ashram, and an opium den
Why was a gloriously perfected pictorial machine swapped for one that was unknown and unstable?
A slew of shows turn Paris into a study center in the varieties of photographic realism
Lucy in the sky: No diamonds but plenty of beers on tap
Wrestling With the Legacy of Cinematic Colossus Jean-Luc Godard
Finding Documents the Man Wants to Hide