Christopher Nolan's space epic Interstellar is a big, ambitious picture, but it didn't connect with our critics. We discuss the film at the top of this week's podcast before moving on to a few other notable entries on screens large and small this week. - The Disney film Big Hero 6 (At 29 minutes) - ... More >>
Are High Rents Pricing Manhattan's High-End Restaurants Out of the Market?
Ariel Gee, a recent college graduate, is standing near the corner of E. 47th Street and Second Avenue, perfectly still, holding a paper plate with the words "It's better to be disliked than pitied" written on it in ballpoint pen, as a crowd of more than 10,000 roils around her. It's an old quote att ... More >>
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In this week's Village Voice, Hannah Palmer Egan detailed the fascinating process behind growing some of the city's best mushrooms. Bradley Hawks headed to the Union Square Greenmarket, where you can find the Bulich fungus every Saturday (to perhaps make into the Mercer Kitchen steak with mushrooms) ... More >>
You can't really know where you're headed unless you know where you've been. For that reason, we're taking a look back at Pazz & Jop 2012 to drill down into the ballots of contributors and voters who participated. Maybe amongst the rubble we'll find clues about lies ahead for music lovers in 2013. H ... More >>
Dozens of Harlem residents proudly blew whistles yesterday in order to sound the alarm on Stop and Frisk. The protest was a part of a city wide demonstration across all five boroughs led by the Stop Mass Incarceration Network. The group is urging New Yorkers to blow whistles anytime they witness a ... More >>
Sometimes cultural icons are known for their contributions to a culture, but the individual behind the talent gets lost in the sauce. Having designed a lot of rap groups' early logos, Eric Haze is one of these individuals whose work you see daily, but whose face and name you may not be familiar wit ... More >>
In this week's Village Voice, out now: Andy Beta goes inside the record label recently launched by the downtown music emporium Other Music.
In this week's Village Voice, out now: Michaelangelo Matos examines the state of the EP, a format of recorded music that's become more popular for artists of all genresfrom R&B singer Miguel (above) to country superstar Dierks Bentleylooking to keep up in the digital age. Also, Brian C ... More >>
This week in the Village Voice, out now: I head to B.B. King's for a show by R&B sex-jam-crafter Ginuwine; and Michaelangelo Matos treks to JamaicaQueens, that isto talk to the people behind VP Records, the country's largest independent reggae label.
In this week's Village Voice, out now: I dive into Jack White's relatively menalcholy new album Blunderbuss, and Andy Beta talks to the legendary house producers the Burrell Brothers about their days of crafting dance music in a New Jersey basement.
In this week's Village Voice, out now: Michaelangelo Matos profiles Daniel Martin-McCormick, the Brooklyn electronic musician with widespread acclaim and punk rock roots; Jesse Jarnow talks to Sonic Youth's Lee Ranaldo, who just released his first solo album; and I defend the boy band against the sn ... More >>
Annabel MehranJoanna Newsom. This week in the Village Voice, out now: Grayson Currin examines the state of the freak-folk scene, which eight years ago seemed to dominate the American indie landscape; and J. Pablo talks to Jim Jones about chess, TV, and the meaning of the "Vampire Life."
The icing on The Situation.Jersey Shore star Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, who graced the cover of The Village Voice's Queer Issue last week -- much to his own surprise -- celebrated his 28th birthday with a bevy of ladies at Tenjune in the Meatpacking district. People reports that the rea ... More >>
Every year, The Village Voice holds their own awards ceremony for theater free from the pomp, circumstance, and promotional intent towards profit that most other Dog and Pony extravaganzas do: The Obies. And the awesomeness that was this year's was no exception. Voice theater critic and Obie ... More >>
As most in the world of media reporting are aware, one of the Voice's sister papers, SF Weekly, was sued by a competitor, SF Bay Guardian, and almost two years ago the Guardian won a $15 million verdict. SF Weekly is appealing that decision, and that appeal should be heard this year. Just re ... More >>
We're taking the Public Radio fund-drive approach to Twitter. Support your local Village Voice food bloggers by going to Twitter right now, and clicking "follow!" In return, you'll get a tote bag with the Village Voice logo on it, and a free subscription to the New Yorker. No, actually there's no to ... More >>
The September 11, 2001 issue of the Village Voice was delayed so that some relevant material could be inserted. Alisa Solomon, who had spent much of the previous month in Israel, where terror bombings were more common, gave a firsthand report on the World Trade Center attacks. She had been do ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. May 30, 1963, Vol. VIII, No. 32 The Village Voice 'Obies,' 1962-63 The Voice handed out its Eighth Annual "Obie" Awards in a somewhat chaotic but spirited ceremony on Saturday afternoon at the Village Gate. Invited theatre people and well-wi ... More >>
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