Columbia planning prof and his students imagine a New York of bike shares and self-driving cars
Former City Councilmember Eva Moskowitz, with Bloomberg's union-busting blessing, is pushing her Success Academy edu-franchise into Brooklyn. The natives aren't buying.
The Director of Anvil! seeks out the woman behind the Master of Suspense
A Supreme Court case has colleges considering how to stay diverse if race-based admissions is axed
A "rage comic" created by an 18-year-old college sophomore in Bozeman, Montana has grabbed the attention of Reddit users tonight. At more than 100,000 views, the cartoon, titled "What the Church of Scientology did to my family" is a quick success, and has generated more than 900 comments at this po ... More >>
Mike Watt (center) and his Missingmen To dig up some remotely negative bluster thrown at flannel-flyin,' bass-pluckin' Minutemen/fIREHOSE/Stooges punk-rock guru and super-nice dude Mike Watt is no small feat. Enter Watt's ol' SST Records pal Henry Rollins for lighthearted jabs at Watt, found in Rol ... More >>
Federal law gives gay citizens with foreign partners tough choices: Leave the U.S. Lose your love. Break the law.
Choose Basil Rathbone over Robert Downey
Job losses are accelerating. Big companies on both sides of the Atlantic -- including carmakers who are not part of the Big Three, and insurers -- are posting big losses. Banks are closing. Etc. All this you know. To stop the bleeding, President Obama last week pushed hard for a giant stimulus pac ... More >>
A freeway to her scars in American Photographer
Mexican illegals search and scrap for a home in Christopher Zalla's debut
Much as he hates to admit it, Rudy loved (most of) those huddled masses
Love with strings attached at BAM's Next Wave Festival
Hunter S. Thompson's widow Anita tries moving the celebrated writer's legacy forward
We haven't been able to keep out immigrants based on their HIV status. But should we worry about it?
Charles Burnett's much revered, rarely seen South Central-set film finally gets its theatrical due
Ornette Coleman's triumphant return dominates the humble debut of the 'Voice' jazz critics' poll
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Earthly appetites: The brilliant and curious career of steel-string demigod John Fahey
Is the Museum of Modern Art becoming a madman who thinks it is king?
Pilgrims & Profiteers on A Cross-Country Crusade
Isabelle Huppert brings suicide to life in Sarah Kane's final play
Conservative disappointment at Bushs Supreme Court pick
Historians remember the author of The Rape of Nanking
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Old-guard hip-hop dancers return to Times Square
Noah Feldman helped write the Iraqi constitution. Now he gets to watch it sink or swim.
Sun Burnin', Page Turnin'
Cities Die. Should New York Be the First to Clone Itself?
English as a Really Foreign Language
Reporter Sues News Corp. for $10 Million
Nat Turners Second Coming
Hofstra's Slick Young Coach Takes a Small School to the Big Time
Eating Disorders and the Female Athlete
The Fight to End Campus Affirmative Action
The Eighth Annual Village Voice Sportswriters' Poll
New Mexican appointee in Washington tied to paramilitary massacre
Hunter coach Mike Brown loves the game so much, he quit big-time ball.
No Exceptions in the First Amendment for Bigotry and Racism