The most controversial new work of art in the United States is a sculpture that resides in an undisclosed warehouse location in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Hardly anyone knows where it is, and few have actually seen it. The people who commissioned the piece have warned the artist not to publicly identify hi ... More >>
A thin, bright slice of a café near the edge of Little Italy, Happy Bones (394 Broome Street; 212-673-3754) is the by-default New Zealand entrant of the New York coffee scene. Happy Bones was founded by two artistic types (see a theme here?): New Zealander Luke Harwood, who previously co-founded St ... More >>
A torturous battle in the New York courts for the torture victims of the Philippines
You aren't expecting what Paul Thomas Anderson is giving
I do a full Gaynor! . . . over Mitzi and over Reichen Lehmkuhl; Friars toast David Dinkins
In a 1955 musical and a Greek classic, powers from down below get up to no good
Uptown Saturday nights are more fabulous all the time. Meanwhile, back at the Tonys . . .
Three points short in New Hampshire, Barack is still coming strong
Bob Kohler doing outreach for homeless people with HIV in 2000. photo: Cary Conover Bob Kohler, gay activist, former owner of The Loft on Christopher Street, Stonewall veteran, co-founder of the Gay Liberation Front, ACT UP member, and longtime fixture of Charles Street, died on Wednesday at the ag ... More >>
A Carnegie triumph for Mr. Rollins proves that the Sonnymoon is never over
Tony winner Matthew Bourne returns to New York with 'Theater Stroke Dance'
Anyone can whistle a happy tune, but it's not so easy going far from the home you love
Choreography Unspools in Two Downtown Series
During World War II, some 10,000 Italian immigrants in America were displaced. Another 50,000 lived under curfew. Others spent months or years in internment camps.
Joseph Paul Dimaggio, 1914-1999