Susan Choi reads 'My Education'
A strong crop of releases from tenor saxophonists
Finally, something that combines the two great loves of twee urban foodies--foraging for local ingredients and melancholy independent cinema. Now, Forager was filmed in all five NYC boroughs, as well as parts of the Hudson Valley and New Jersey. The concept? A couple makes a living foraging wild ... More >>
Colors of a beautiful rainbow...Four Loko, known as "liquid crack" to certain admirers, was officially banned this weekend, no longer to be delivered to your friendly neighborhood bodega after December 10. Unlike just any garden variety booze, Four Loko didn't only make people sick -- it made ... More >>
New York Theatre Workshop and the Atlantic Theater open their seasons
Elizabeth Marvel joins the greats
Lillian Hellman looks back at the Gilded Age; Hallie Flanagan and Margaret Ellen Cliffort chart drought and the Depression
The ReginaPaulie Gee's, the new Neapolitan pizzeria in Greenpoint, was doing a brisk business last night. From the street, the restaurant glowed invitingly, its large wooden doors thrown open, light streaming out. An igloo-shaped, white-tiled, wood-burning oven hulks and smolders at one end ... More >>
Has David Letterman apologized enough for his ill-advised transgressions in bedding staff members? Well, on his show last night, the late-night icon apologized to his wife Regina, who's "horribly hurt"--and one can only hope he begged forgiveness from her in person too.
A company honors established comets, dancing stars, and talented novas
A stellar company wraps up a vibrant season
A venerable dance company shows off its treasures
"Cocksure" behavior leads to trouble for all in Phallacy
The monthlong Independents festival turns Gowanus into a home-grown experimental mecca
Ignore Regina Spektor's warm idiosyncraciesor bash the U.S.A.at your own peril
High drama, big crowd: A top NYPD official gets hauled into traffic court across the river
Apollo harnesses his muses all over again
Online sex isn't just for techies, but beware of post-split pitfalls
'Fish gotta swim, birds gotta fly, I'm going to love one man till I die'
The quintessential 'Broadway opera,' Blitzstein's Regina demands a full set of theatrical skills.
Three generations of choreographers offer richly variegated bounty this winter season
The political becomes the personal for Christian alt-country guitar hero Buddy Miller
A Great Director Makes an Old Play Walk Again
While Broadway Lives the Puccinian Past, William Bolcom Gives the Met a New 'View'
Boomers at Their Best for 'Made in America' Benefit
A Stand-Up Comedian Fights the Drug Laws by Working the Media
Which Is More 21st Century, Django or Funk?
63 Hot Newsbreaks in the New Giuliani Biography
An Unlikely Group of Prisoners' Relatives Battles the Rockefeller Drug Laws
The medical examiner ruled Reginald Bannerman's death a suicide, but his family insists that a rogue black cop pushed him in front of a subway train