There are a few rock stars whose careers were founded on the bedrock of infamy, and most of them owe a proverbial debt to Alice Cooper. The original shock-rocker (at least in America) is now the subject of a trippy documentary, Super Duper Alice Cooper, which premiered in NYC at the Tribeca Film Fes ... More >>
Better Than: Reading Macbeth for school and soundtracking the assignment with a Panic! album. Some of us can make that comparison more literally than others. Panic! At the Disco has never been afraid to try new things, and over the years we've seen them take many different forms. There was Pretty. ... More >>
There are actors (like Peter O'Toole and Glenn Close) who've gotten nominated a whole lot of times and never won. Yet. But how about the ones who've never even been nominated? In the case of the dead ones, I'm pretty sure they never will be! Now that's gotta hurt. Here are some of the top omission ... More >>
Al Hirschfeld shows character
The cookbook displayed in the window of MXYPLYZYK, against a backdrop of hamburger greeting cards and Ritz boxes. Help the Goth, Vamp, or just plain cynic on your list have a very morbid Christmas by picking up a copy of The Dead Celebrity Cookbook by radio personality and raconteur Frank ... More >>
The Extraordinary CookbookStefan Gates, frying an egg on a piece of paperDid you know that you can poach salmon in the dishwasher and have it turn out deliciously? Or fry an egg on a piece of paper? Or cook kebabs on a car engine? If not, then you're probably not familiar with Stefan Gate ... More >>
The great Coral Browne was a noted Australian actress with the following gay-camp screen credits: She was the larger-than-life actress Vera Charles in the ultimate campfest, Auntie Mame, opposite bosom buddy Roz Russell. She wore fabulous outfits as Vivien Leigh's gabby confidante in Tenes ... More >>
I don't know who this man is, but please dare to take a gander at his bad game show host hair (combed back over the ears), his shit-eating grin accomplished through crooked gap teeth, and his ghastly lipsynching attempt as he mouths some mind-rotting song of nonsense syllables with no actual ... More >>
The haunting of P.S.122
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In honor of Michael Jackson, we're raiding our archives. Here's Vince Aletti on Jackson's Thriller in 1982. E.T as Mr. Entertainment 'Michael Jackson: intense fame, dreams of flying, and a paranoid undertow' By Vince Aletti Dec. 14, 1982 Michael Jackson, who has been "touring, singing, dancing" ... More >>
In this latest round of effects vs. storytelling, effects win. Big.
This was taken right before Quintron pulled our photographer onstage Quintron and Miss Pussycat Santos Party House Monday, November 13 photos by Rebecca Smeyne If only one of those Caribbean donkey fuckers from the Vice Guide to Sex had been there, Santos Party House on Monday would've been an all ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. December 5, 1956, Vol. II, No. 6 Rock, Rocker, Rockest By John Wilcock The man at your left below is WINS disc jockey Alan Freed, the one on the right is guitarist Chuck Berry, and except for their participation in a movie called "Rock, ... More >>
That old 'last man on earth' setup? It really works.
Eerie melodrama explores the dark arts in turn-of-the-century Vienna
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What's worsegetting tortured at Abu Ghraib, or volunteering for Fear Factor?
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