You name it, they've found it--The do's and don'ts of caring for your ferret, relics from the golden age of Jazzercise, and brazen fourth wall-breakers like "Rent-A-Friend," for very lonely people. Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett have curated the great American garage sale of fringe video, one uninte ... More >>
In the old days, whenever you saw a star dressed up as an "Indian" and saying "How," you wanted to say "Why?" Here are some of the wildest/weirdest of all time.
Move over Assassins, Sweeney Todd, and Capeman. There's a new killer musical in town, and this one's supposed to be funny. A hit at the Fringe Festival, SILENCE! The Musical--the unauthorized spoof of Silence of the Lambs--is like a darker Xanadu, a satire that also manages to be creepy in ... More >>
NB: This is not how bloggers generally dress.Yesterday, the Los Angeles Times reported that the Duplass brothersthe siblings behind last year's cutesy indie Cyruswere shopping a script for a thriller in which the mother of a recently deceased indie rocker seeks vengeance on a bl ... More >>
And her new novel, Redwood and Wildfire
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. October 16, 1969, Vol. XIV, No. 53 On-Stage by John Lahr Arthur Kopit's "INDIANS" is a major event in American theatre. It is the most probing and the most totally theatrical Broadway play of this decade. "Indians" muscles in on the fl ... More >>
And that's the way the not-at-all-chill chillwave godfather likes it. Us, too.
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