Purple YamBroadway bound.Some encouraging news for Purple Yam fans who are weary of the Q train: the Ditmas Park Filipino restaurant will soon have two outposts on the Upper West Side, thanks to the NYC Parks Department.
Moscow does not believe in tears, but it does believe in good DJs, so they're spending many a ruble to import a good friend of mine, legend Anita Sarko, to spin there. And not only will she spin, but she'll DJ, too!
The beautiful people. Pic by Puja.There's nothing quite like a rooftop soiree to remind you that it's spring, and yesterday's SFNY day party did just that. The annual bi-coastal get-down features three DJs from both San Francisco and New York: King Most, Wax Poetics' Freddy Anzures, and Massi ... More >>
Last week we mentioned that some city-owned rental space, even in buildings one imagined would be very rentable (the Staten Island Ferry terminal, for example) were being offered free to artists to use as exhibition spaces. Today the Times tells us the city's not the only landlord to give ov ... More >>
Red Square photo by Dmitry Azovtsev Been around the world and I, I, I...I can't stand a lot of the places that are so hyped and buzzed about! Here are the locales that, in all my travels from Bangkok to Bushwick, have really made me want to pack the bags under my eyes and head right home.
Rosen defends himself against 'Yuppie Scum' charge while activists claim conflicts of interest.
The so-called Lower East Side Slacktivists plan to highlight an ongoing East Village landlord-tenant battle next weekend by carrying donuts and cake—shaped like a turd and covered in brown frosting—to an E. 3rd street landlord's front door, telling the controversial tenement owner to go ... More >>
Yaeger Travels to the Hamptons. Rides Jitney. Eats Muffin.
The saga of old P.S. 64 is a real education
Communist-led rallies unite the jobless
New foes for CHARAS developer
The Quiet Revolution of Carrie Mae Weems
Scenes from Russia's ruble crisis