Adele only made a measly $13.1 million last year, though she certainly would have earned way more had she not had to cancel U.S. concert dates when her luscious throat got sick.
Temporary Distortion meets Young Jean Lee at the Baryshnikov Arts Center
Every day I'm shufflin'
Not long ago, the museum cafeteria was where you lunched on sad ham-and-cheese sandwiches while resting your weary feet after gallivanting through crowded exhibits. No more. New York City boasts not only some of the best museums in the world, but also some of the top museum eateries, offering up e ... More >>
Free music for the masses
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. February 27, 1969, Vol. XIV, No. 20 Riffs by Carman Moore Mothers fans are the most hard-put, put-upon, and hardy crowd in music. The stresses they're put to are so thorough that, as a group, they are usually split down the middle. The ... More >>
Bernie Worrell and SociaLybrium doing "Super Stupid" a few days back Undead Jazzfest (Le) Poisson Rouge/Kenny's Castaways/Sullivan Hall Saturday, June 12 Just as the Vision Festival furthers its avant brand with smaller annual productions, the Winter Jazzfest braintrust expanded its reach this pa ... More >>
The New Museum's huge generational theme show ain't exactly art's savior
A venerable American dance company hits town, moving and looking daisy-fresh
Jazz gets political again, just in time
Worth the 30-year wait
Hallowed music gets the Gat treatment
On the mysterious, mesmerizing, and politically defiant globe-trotting record label Sublime Frequencies
Seeking a missing lover through dream countries
More Brit-folk leftovers, revelatory at best, humanizing at worst.
New York Film Festival highlights
More Toronto highlights, from Nazis to anarchists
Track after track of sincere classicism, internationalist anarchism, and foiled espionage
Hey, punk, where're you goin' with that flower in your hair? I'm goin' out to Nashville!
What self-important, out-of-touch idiots can create: The Bush administration and In My Life
Artful choreography that makes audiences feel very very good
Chelsea theaters hold a plethora of dancing, dramatic images, and complex metaphors
Jazzing the classics and classing the jazzers from Jelly Roll Morton to Uri Caine
Uptown and downtown variants of obsession, corruption, alienation, and other sad facts
Two Summer One-Act Festivals
Nam June Paik Lights Up Rockefeller Center
James Levine and His Met Orchestra Take Down the Stars
Danes at NYCB, Killer Nurses on Pointe, and Magic Apples at Dixon Place
Three Takes on Taming Wildness
Over the Diapers, A Sidelong Glance
The All-Music Guide Wants To Make Scrabble out of Babel