This whole blood moon brouhaha is throwing our mental state for a loop, so we're planning on taking it easy this week with some light social activities. You still with us? All right then! HousingWorks Bookstore celebrates first-time published female authors (including Voice alum Jen Doll) with a pan ... More >>
By Julie Seabaugh In his second special, Hannibal Buress: Live in Chicago, the laid-back comic relates the story of throwing a bachelor party in New Orleans. "One of my friends said, 'Hannibal, you should hire a second line band to follow you through the streets,'" he recalls. "Basically in New Orl ... More >>
Editor's note: In Tweets is Watching, Phillip Mlynar asks local artists questions based solely on the contents of their Twitter timeline. Twenty years ago, the Brooklyn hip-hop group Black Moon released an album titled Enta Da Stage. It was a project underscored with production from The Beatminerz, ... More >>
Barbra Streisand returns to the screen where she belongs in The Guilt Trip, in which she and Seth Rogen go on a mother-and-son drive that puts them at cross purposes which melt into mutual appreciation. The film is written by Dan Fogelman, who based it on a real-life road trip he took with his moth ... More >>
Where love doesn't mean an insult to the audience's intelligence
Adam Yauch, better known as MCA and one of the founding Beastie Boys, died today after being diagnosed with cancer in 2009. He was 47.
It's the return of the most talked-about Grammy Awards live blog--a collection of quips, blips, and arguably insightful observations that dares to match the actual Grammy telecast in terms of pure spectacle and Justin Bieber mentions. Please join our hosts Tom Breihan and Ryan Dombal below, and keep ... More >>
Why this duo's white, Jewish comedy-rap is funnier than you think
It was inevitable that the three-hour tour would be turned into a two-hour movie. And the original Gilligan's real-life widow,Dreama Denver, is OK with it. Rumors have Michael Cera possibly getting cast as Gilligan, Seth Rogen playing Skipper, and Beyonce vamping it up as Ginger.
At 17, you were going through some changes, too
Two decades after the severed ear of Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino serves up Hitler's head on a plate
Welcome to the Village Voice's not-really-annual Oscar liveblog! Feel the electricity. Not sure if you've heard, but: This year's Academy Awards will be UNLIKE ANY YOU'VE EVER SEEN BEFORE! First of all: They've hired an architect to design the set. Money well spent. Next: Taking a page from The Mic ... More >>
Pre-pre-show: Someone just described Kate Winslet's hair thus: "It may look very retro, but it's actually futuristic." Ryan Seacrest interviews Kate WInslet, who looks like she wants to bite off his face, or somebody's. "I'm extremely nervous," Winslet explains. Seacrest shows Winslet's upcoming Tim ... More >>
Since calling out The House Bunny yesterday for its subliminal skateploitation, I've been feeling remiss that I didn't also acknowledge the movie's saving grace, Anna Faris. (Even worse, I spelled the actress's last name wrong). The consistent theme among House Bunny's reviewers is that the movie is ... More >>
Serrano talks about his No. 2 project. Plus fruits and oranges, and Mr. Gay Philadelphia.
And is that a bad thing?