Or am I just reading the obits more?
All in July and August, there's been the sad passing of Andy Griffith, Ernest Borgnine, Norah Ephron, Ron Palillo, Sage Stallone, Sherman Hemlsey, Celeste Holm, Joan Roberts, David Rakoff, Judith Christ, Anna Piaggi, Maeve Binchy, Mark O'Donnell, Sylvia Woods, M ... More >>
Big-time director/producer Tony Scott tragically jumped to his death yesterday.
He was known for blockbuster movies like Top Gun, Days of Thunder, and The Last Boy Scout--big-budget action flicks with major names acting out all sorts of physical hijinks.
But my favorite Scott film by far is his 19 ... More >>
Congrats to the newly elected Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo. As a welcoming gift, this week's Voice cover story would like to warn you and your constitutions of the various leech-like lobbyists waiting to suck your integrity as a public official dry. The inimitable Wayne Barrett reports ... More >>
The Taking of Pelham 123, new version, has been judged on the merits by our own Jim Ridley. We looked at it instead as a point of comparison between what New York on film means now, and what it meant when the 1974 Joseph Sargent version (hereafter identified as One Two Three, as that film had the ca ... More >>
Vincent Gallo in Tetro
In this week's Village Voice Music Section, Rob Harvilla testifies to the alternating agony and ecstasy of Brooklyn's own art-rock lobsters, the Dirty Projectors.
Cristina Black talks with downtown ingenue Regina Spektor.
Dan Weiss on Sonic Youth's newest, The Eternal.
Don ... More >>