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At Distilled (211 West Broadway, 212-601-9514) in Tribeca, chef Shane Lyons cooks a menu of inspired New American pub food from a gorgeous space in a landmark building. When the kitchen's cranking out plates of fried duck over waffles and the restaurant's signature gochujang-slathered wings, Lyons c ... More >>
It's a Tuesday night and I am sitting on a yoga mat in the back of a former grocery store in Pittsburgh, spreading my legs as far as they can go. I reflexively turn to see how the woman next to me is managing her dragonfly pose when I realize I can barely see her. The room is lit only by two tin can ... More >>
Triskaidekaphobic fans of the Dandy Warhols are probably clawing at themselves in fits of anxiety over the Portland alternative demi-gods' upcoming tour, but thankfully the rest of us hoping to hear the songs of Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia will have plenty to look forward to in the coming week ... More >>
It seems to be that discussion of the career of Bob Turley, who died Saturday morning at age 82, came and went all too quickly. Turley was very nearly a great pitcher. Between 1955 and 1958 he won 59 games for the Yankees and lost only 20, mostly starting but often, in Casey Stengel's wacky in-and-o ... More >>
Campbell Soup is channeling Andy Warhol for a limited-edition series at Target. Each can is only $0.75. The collection was issued to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first showing of Warhol's paintings, and the labels come in four color combinations, like blue with orange or teal with hot pink ... More >>
About 40 FBI agents and New York City police officers lugged hundreds of pounds of concrete out of a basement in SoHo today in their search for new evidence in the 1979 disappearance of Etan Patz.As of this writing, authorities have not found a body in the basement of 127 Prince Street, where neighb ... More >>
This week, the Voice profiled Bryan Kasenic, who throws the monthly Bunker partythe city's premiere techno eventwhich celebrates its ninth year tonight at Public Assembly with a bash featuring Chicago house legend Derrick Carter and Dutch techno great Legowelt. Below are some outtakes ... More >>
Smell that money burning. This concludes Sound of the City's year-end roundtable, a conversation about pop music in 2011 between Tom Ewing, Eric Harvey, Maura Johnston, Nick Murray, and Katherine St. Asaph. Read it all again. Thanks for the handoff, Nick, and thanks to Katherine, Tom and esp ... More >>
Yesterday, an unseasonably lovely day, at some point around 4 in the afternoon, people suddenly started noticing messages in the sky in Lower Manhattan -- things like, "Lost Our Lease," "Last Chance," and "Now Open." The moderately terrifying messages -- last chance for WHAT, exactly? -- were attrib ... More >>
Portland, the most promiscuous city in America. Dating site OkCupid, which comes out with interesting sex and dating data every now and then, has dropped some new knowledge on us: a list of the 10 most promiscuous cities in the U.S. The metric is based on how many OkCupid users' profiles sai ... More >>
starchefs.comMichael LaiskonisEater has inaugurated a new feature called Sound Bites, in which a visual video recipe as prepared by a celebrity chef is paired with an indie rock song -- and the two go together like peanut butter and jelly.
The snow dude gets it. Via EV Grieve/GirlyDeJoie.We were going to write a post called "10 Things to Do When You're Stranded at the Airport Due to a Blizzard-Pocalypse" but having narrowed the list down to, basically, drink, bitch, and call your airline names, we figured you probably had that ... More >>
All photos by Rebecca Smeyne If there's any metaphor for the price tag on elite higher education, just look to its student-run concerts. For Columbia's 250th anniversary a few years back, this alum remembers a blowout that included a no-show by Erykah Badu and one recently-hospitalized Wyclef Jean ... More >>
A lively new look at the artist and his times
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesFebruary 11, 1965, Vol. X, No. 17Movie JournalBy Jonas MekasSome people tell us: stay away from the Establishment; the Establishment will swallow you; you'll become the new Establishment.But I reason this way: There is a great beauty in Brakha ... More >>
Bigtime leftwing bloggers and web apparatchiks are at Netroots Nation (aka NN09) in Pittsburgh, and in these palmy Democratic days they get big speakers, including former President Bill Clinton. But the Big Dog's reception at a talk last night was not trouble-free. He was heckled by Lane Hudson, w ... More >>
Paper rad founder has something in store for you
The Mets have been so busy signing relievers that they almost forgot to re-sign Oliver Perez. It's good news for Mets fans that today they reportedly locked the starter into a 3-year, potentially $36 million contract. In 2006 the Mets brought Perez on as a 2-10 washout from Pittsburgh, and he manne ... More >>
Citizen vengeance, in all its scummy glory at Anthology Film Archives
A choreographer slips behind the camera's eye
A Brooklyn dope dealer hid it in a closet. A robbery crew found it. One gangster got screwdrivered to death. Another one just got screwed.
Wilson's Two Trains and Mamet's Voysey keep the storms offstage and the moral crises on
The lusciously curated Jewface
I invited 65 people over. I had to put this Eames chair in my shower stall.
Bush and Kerry mount full invasions of Pennsylvania
Planning to protest the RNC? Fine dining awaits you at the city's swankiest prisons
Really ordinary people: Robert Redford and family keep their patrician chins to the wind
100,000 Flood Washington for What May Be the Biggest American Antiwar March Since Viet Nam
When Target Is Asian, Sometimes No Other Motive Is Required
Senseless shootings usher in new security measures for schools
The Self-Proclaimed 'Biggest Enemy of Indian Gambling' Has Suddenly Backed a Plan To Build Casinos on Seminole Land