The Internet explodes for Brooklyn's own Stoya, America's sweetheart of smut
There's a reason you see an army of law-enforcement officials armed with semi-automatic weapons in New York City's subways: Public transportation in New York City is a prime target for terrorists who want to blow us up.So where better to place provocative ads insulting Muslim jihadists than New York ... More >>
by Vivien Goldman Jimmy Cliff with Pat McKay Miss Lily's Variety Monday, November 28 Better than: Anywhere else in the world. "I can't believe it! My first night in New York and I'm getting to see Jimmy Cliff! In a tiny place like this!" The gobsmacked girl reggae journalist over from London had ... More >>
We read Richard Yates and thought about it and it kind of 'bums' us out
Discussed: Diane von Furstenberg, Rachel Roy, Betsey Johnson Stacey AndersonDVFIn Diane von Furstenberg's Fall 2010 line program, she explains her inspiration thusly: "I always wanted to live a man's life in a woman's body." And in that man's life, there will be glamour--oh, endless glitz. ... More >>
Granta once again takes bets on the nation's young literary talent
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A native son's paean to India's most populous metropolis
The Price of Satire in Afghanistan
Rohinton Mistry's 'Family Matters'
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War vs. Peace: Novelists and Essayists Tell the 'Voice' Where They Stand
Terrorism Expert Takes on His Critics
Showtime Exhumes the Mapplethorpe Trial