I know they're all different ages and sizes and types blah blah, but to me they're one big lovable zhlub.
In fact, not since the reign of Kate Bosworth and Kate Beckinsale have I been so simultaneously starstruck and confused.
This week in the Voice, out today, Camille Dodero writes about Andy Warhol's New York, and what it looks like more than two decades after the Pope of Pop's death: "In other words, 25 years ago, the famous man who had famously written his own script finally had it taken away. New York City is, ... More >>
The New York Times had a big, important meeting today at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference, in which the people in charge talked about how the business side is going. For most everyone that reads the paper, the discussion is boring beyond belief. ("The improvement in p ... More >>
If you eat cheap chocolate ice cream, you will be sad, and a cliche. Oh, it's been a year. As we head down the pike into the last glorious days of 2010, we can't help but reflecting on the mistakes made, the successes very nearly achieved, the many, most of all, things learned that we now nee ... More >>
Did you miss our party last night? It was fun. More importantly, people won stuff, like giant foam fingers and real, live cans of Four Loko! Herewith, a recap of the deserving winners of the very first ever First Annual Village Voice Web Awards! Also, our apologies to Best Neighborhood Blog, ... More >>
One Williasmburg woman is on the hunt for the Zach Galifianakis of her dreams, via Craigslist, and we're here to help. If you're youngish and live around here, or in a similar metropolitan area, then you know the jokes about the plethora of boys with beards. But the stereotypes come from a pl ... More >>
In a few days, California voters will decide on Proposition 19, which would legalize marijuana and allow the local government to regulate and tax the drug. The federal government has warned that no matter what the voters decide, federal law will remain the same and smoking marijuana will be a probl ... More >>
Keith WagstaffEveryone wants a taste of Williamsburg.A flood of foodies descended on a closed-off Williamsburg block on Sunday for Taste of Williamsburg, a benefit to raise money for the Northside Town Hall Community and Cultural Center. All of Brooklyn 11211's biggest names were there: There ... More >>
Political Powerhouses Jessica Simpson and Jimmy FallonNo one with any sense of perspective believes that Real America -- most of the nation, fly-over country, everywhere but the coastal cities, whatever you want to call it -- gives a quarter of a shit about the White House Correspondents Dinner. ... More >>
St. Vincent, Britt Daniel, Bon Iver, Zach Galifianakis, Janeane Garofalo, and more
Haiti Benefit @ Music Hall Of Williamsburg
Saturday, January 23
BrooklynVegan might best be known for having the most obnoxious commenters in the entire music blogosphere (which, in fairness, is certainly no small ... More >>
Gotta hand it to Islands. In the unforgivingly ADD era of 24-second music-news cycles, one absolute no-fail way to reignite interest in a blogline-moldy, indie-hyphenated record is to have Michael Cera star in your video. This is a far better tactic then asking every viral video goof within WiFi r ... More >>
Bored to Death, a new HBO half-hour comedy series about an alcoholic writer (Jason Schwartzman) pretending to be a private investigator, a la Philip Marlowe, and which also features Zach Galifianakis as his comic book-writing best buddy, has a trailer up at HBO. The show was created by Jonathan Ames ... More >>