And in this one he's neither a vampire hunter nor an Oscar winner in heavy prosthetics.
It's actor Tom Amandes in Saving Lincoln, the story of honest Abe's life through the perspective of his friend and bodyguard, as filmed in CineCollage.
Here's the release:
"Saving Lincoln, a new film directed ... More >>
New Yorkers who don't like stop-and-frisk can go live in Philadelphia and Washington D.C. and see how they like the murder rates there!
This is what a pretty braggy Mike Bloomberg said yesterday in response to a question from the Voice about the logic behind his repeated defense of the NYPD's cont ... More >>
Morgan SchweitzerWould-be state Attorney General Dan Donovan says that the reason he hasn't had any public corruption cases as Staten Island District Attorney, is that the borough's too small to have its very own corrupt officials. The Voice pointed out that for years you could walk into rest ... More >>
By Cat Contiguglia
Michael Steele, the embattled head of the Republican National Committee, seems to be making a last ditch effort to make some friends -- any friends -- by hooking up with Al Sharpton.
Steele, who has been the subject of intense criticism for irresponsible spending, includi ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives.
October 5, 1967, Vol. XII, No. 51
Cream: They Play Blues, Not Superstar
By Richard Goldstein
It's Saturday night at the Village Theatre, New York's sad-eyed answer to the Fillmore-Avalon scene. Under the marquee, Slavs gape and Ratner' ... More >>
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DATE: Monday, Nov. 16, 2009 12:27 a.m.
LOCATION: In front of 44 Yale Street, Staten Island.
In the second of two weekend murders in Staten Island, two men were shot, one of them fatally, while they sat in a Lexus outside the above address early Monday.
One victim, a male, 24, was ... More >>
While eating with my in-laws at a stodgy fish restaurant in suburban Massachusetts, I asked the waiter for Sriracha, almost just to see what he would say. But he nodded knowingly, and brought out a dish of the red, garlicky hot sauce. That's when you know that Sriracha has hit the mainstream. That, ... More >>
Staten Island's PS 30! Just minutes after the most recent Studies in Crap post went up, intrepid reader (and celebrated improv comic) Josh Steinmetz had solved the mystery your Crap Archivist never quite managed to: where was PS 30, Richmond, the school featured in this senior autograph book? ... More >>
The semifinalists for the illustrious James Beard awards have been announced, with a quite a few hometown favorites in the lot, including Dan Barber and Tom Colicchio in the the Outstanding Chef category; Babba and Jean George for Outstanding Restaurant; Corton, Momofuku Ko, and Scarpetta for ... More >>
Two of these guys are not going on the no-sideburns tour
For an awful long time, every John Darnielle tour was a solo tour. Excepting an early stretch with Rachel Ware, Darnielle's Mountain Goats were a purely one man entity, if a bit a of joke on the whole singer-songwriter phenomenon. The arrang ... More >>
An imported boyfriend made for holidays spent on two continents and three coasts, but it also made for some good food and pictures of it. We begin on the South Coast of England where I learned that my turkey from the local butcher came with not only a certificate about the splendid life he once led ... More >>