Trash: New York's indie dance party, came to a sweaty, naked ending on Friday, March 28, 2014 at the Studio at Webster Hall (125 E. 11th St.), with Twig the Wonderkid, Shaw Promotion, Lady Valtronic, Anna Kickarse, Kirs Khaos, Albert Cadabra, Dangrrr Doll, Sweet Lorraine, Johnny Colt, Apathy Angel, Toni the Twerk Invader and DJ Jess Marquiss. Photos by Nate "Igor" Smith for the Village Voice.
The Village Voice's seventh-annual Choice Eats tasting event went down on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at Basketball City at Pier 36 at 299 South Street, with food from more than 60 NYC restaurants. Photos by Daniel Krieger for the Village Voice.
The 2014 Choice Eats Photo Booth
The Village Voice's seventh-annual Choice Eats tasting event went down on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at Basketball City at Pier 36 at 299 South Street.
As in years past, the photo booth -- presented by New York Health & Racquet Club -- was a popular destination between booths. Photos by Victor...
Leading off the latest edition of This Week In Film is Only Lovers Left Alive, the genre-bending reference-heavy latest from indie film legend and hair icon Jim Jarmusch. We've also got docs-a-plenty and a celebration of porn noir. Take a spin through this week's Village Voice film section.
Over the weekend, BBQ Films transformed the St. Patrick's Gymnasium in Nolita into the Under the Sea dance scene from Back to the Future, complete with a costumed 1950s dance and a screening of the Michael J. Fox classic. All photos by Nate "Igor" Smith for the Village Voice.
On Saturday, Brooklyn's Nitehawk Cinema hosted a special St. Patrick's Day version of "Spoons, Toons and Booze," a Secret Formula party that combines vintage cartoons (this time, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Animaniacs, Jem and the Holograms and Duck Tails) with sugary cereal and alcohol. All...
On March 20, 2014, Hot 97 hosted its rap party "Who's Next? Live" at S.O.B.'s. Here are some of our favorite show attendees and what they were wearing. Photos by Laura June Kirsch for the Village Voice.
Photos: The Internet at SOB's
Break out the acid wash denim jorts -- it's downright summery outside. And no better way to celebrate a warm day (or pretend that it's swimsuit season) than with a frozen drink. Here are our 10 favorites around town. --Zachary Feldman.
The Ten Best Pizzas in New York City
The 10 Best...
Susan Tedeschi, Joe Russo, Opener & Special Guests Jon Cleary and the Shady Horns performed at Brooklyn Bowl (61 Wythe Ave.) on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 as part of the Bowlive series. Photos by Emily Tan for the Village Voice.
Cusp by Nieman Marcus and Atlantic Records teamed up for a showcase at SXSW, and we journeyed out to document the musicians, speakers and fashion, along with some music events nearby." All photos by Colin Young-Wolff.
In this week in film, there's nymphos, dirty cops, puppets, and muppets. Isn't the world a magical place? While the genitalia in Nymphomaniac is actually those of body doubles (with poetically porny names like Elvira Friis), in Maladies we have James Franco playing a "distant simulacrum of the...
Because St. Patrick's Day parade organizers don't allow marchers to carry pro-LGBT signs, city leaders, including new Mayor Bill de Blasio, skipped Monday's parade down Fifth Avenue, which caused this year's parade to again make news for its exclusionary practice. But as they have done for...
Odd Future producer Syd the Kid and her bandmate Matt Martians make up The Internet, a neo-soul group that played S.O.B.'s (204 Varick St.) last night, Sunday, March 16, 2014. Opening the show was Phony Ppl. Photos by Alex Broadwell for the Village Voice.