Philip Seymour Hoffman lends Le Carré gravity
The Fault in Our Adapters
Wes Anderson's latest premieres at the Berlin Film Festival.
Yeasayer joined the late-naughts "Brooklyn band" explosion shortly after their debut All Hour Cymbals was released in 2007. Their second record, 2010's Odd Blood, received similar acclaim, and the band even reached the summer-shed circuit thanks to gigs with the Flaming Lips and Weezer. Next week ... More >>
Terribly useful rules for life
We ask theater writers to name their pick
Sometimes life seems hard here -- the crowds, the expense, the 24-hour-living-and-working lifestyle...But then there are days, like yesterday, when we're ever so glad we live in New York City. Like when much of the rest of the nation goes a reddish color of Tea Party, and we stick to coffee a ... More >>
Beltrami Foods will bring regional Italian cooking to Avenue B. Included in the agenda for Community Board 3's SLA meeting tonight is Beltrami Foods, an Italian restaurant that's set to occupy the long-dormant storefront on 14-16 Avenue B, at the corner of 2nd Street.
One vampire movie that really sucks
Cazwell's 20-minute bashes.
Mm, serendipity: we were just talking about schadenfreude over the fate of our corporate masters, and here we find some blogger briefly caused Apple's stock to drop more than five points by "reporting" that Steve Jobs went to the hospital with "chest pains," according to the New York Times. The rep ... More >>
A gay escort finds himself at the center of a classic D.C. scandal in the semi-successful The Walker
Dealing head-on with Bush's War, Samarra-set political thriller dissects Iraqi unrest and nails the neocons
Weitz's soft-edged satire belts out familiar but convincingly smarmy tunes
Redundant Dogville sequel dilutes the vitriol for a didactic tale of democracy gone awry
Grotowski provides inspiration—and obstacles—for two fearless performance groups
Some folks ride the bucking world in drastic style and try not to fall; others domesticate it
The season's globe-trotting films bring mankind closer together, or at least pretend to on-screen
The Many Sides of Indie Film's Newest Siren
Clifford Odets Via Bushwick and Stephen Haff
Going to the Mat
In the Cannes
Reeling from a major funding drought, vanguard performing artists downsize their dreams
Tina Brown looked stunning in a green, flowing ensemble. (Oh, that was Lady Liberty.)
The Wooster Groups Emerging Artist Series
Rose is all angles and bedroom eyes a '50s movie bad girl, but one who should never be reformed.