One if by Land, Two if by Sea has a new executive chef. Colt Taylor, who did a stint at Le Bernardin and more recently worked at Gotham Steak in Miami, has completely redesigned the menu, including putting his own spin on the signature beef Wellington.
Adam Baumgart, the esteeme ... More >>
Kaufman Astoria StudiosThe legendary buildingAstoria was once a center of silent films, thanks to the Kaufman Astoria Studios which produced over 100 films during the 1920s. And now, for the first time in nearly a century, the studio's former private commissary is open to the public--in the ... More >>
Making the rounds this week is a New York Magazine article entitled "What Was the Hipster?" Written by n 1's Mark Greif, the piece is meant as a critical history of an era pegged to have lasted just 10 years, from 1999 to 2009. The moment supposedly began with the move of Vice magazine from M ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives.
February 26, 1970, Vol. XV, No. 9
Films in Focus
by Andrew Sarris
"PATTON" seems disquieting to many critics simply for sticking to its subject without any undue second-guessing. A right-wing movie might have chuckled over the Allied d ... More >>
A few afternoons ago I had the pleasure of hearing Jacques Pepin discourse on his friendship with Julia Child, whom he met in 1960. He recalled their opportunity to work together on a show called Julia & Jacques Cooking at Home, created in 1999 in Boston and featuring both of them in the kitc ... More >>