A collective "I ate way too much" burst forth from the mouths of attendees of the New York City Wine and Food Festival last night, wrapping up the event for another year. 2013 saw the return of old favorites like La Sagra's Sunday Slice and Blue Moon's Burger Bash as well as brand new tailgate and Oktoberfest festivities, which helped attract food lovers of all kinds. Here's a look at the highlights from some of the weekend's festivities.
Diego Garcia's Paradise dropped on October 8 via Concord Records, and though the former lead singer of New York indie outfit Elefant hit the road shortly thereafter in support of his new work, it's clear that the ambitious performer is still getting his show legs this time around. Garcia took...
We've been fuming since TripAdvisor's bogus pizza rankings placed New York fourth in the country this summer. The list--a product of crowdsourcing gone awry--proved to be ultimately useless, but in our reactionary anger, it gave us reason to mull over the finest examples NYC has to offer. From...
The second day of the Filter CMJ showcase at the Knitting Factory (sponsored in part by The Village Voice) went down on Friday, October 18, 2013 with performances by Like Swimming, The Deer Tracks, Bombay Show Pig, Jacco Gardner, Ski Lodge and Morning Parade. Photos by Emily Tan for The Village...
Half Moon Run, Ghost Wave, Traumahelikopter, Birth of Joy, Prata Vetra and Instrumenti played the Filter CMJ showcase on Thursday, October 17, 2013 at the Knitting Factory, sponsored in part by The Village Voice.
Photos by Farooq Alihassan for The Village Voice.
On October 17th, Mishka NYC will be hosting a release party for Get Your Kicks, a book by photographer and Voice contributor Nate "Igor" Smith which documents his cross-country trip on Route 66.
The above are selected images from the book, which you can buy here.
ALL PHOTOS BY NATE "IGOR" SMITH
"It began sort of like a Gothic tale. The dark stage had been shrouded in smoke well before Nine Inch Nails' start time, and when the show did start up, it was cloaked in dark gloom well beneath the light-enhanced theatrics. But NIN in 2013 are anything but medieval or ancient in their...
Celebrating New York can be a delicious treat. We covered all five boroughs in search of the Best Food & Drink in New York as part of our Best of NYC® issue. Here is a sampling of some of the very best.
With those off-kilter features and that bold, confident carriage, she might have stepped out of Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon: Karen Black was one of the most striking and strange character actresses of the 1970s, though she became relegated to lesser roles—and, sometimes, uncharitable...
You can't have a hero without a villain, and both were out in droves this weekend at the Javits Center for New York Comic Con 2013.
ALL PHOTOS BY TATIANA CRAINE
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On October 12th, the Village Voice helped transform the beautiful old bank at Skylight One Hanson into New York's best beer event on October 12th our Brooklyn Pour event. Our photo booth captured a nice picture of the insanity.
All photos by VICTOR CASTRO
Photobooth sponsored by Rekorderlig...
On October 12th, Bowie Ball, everyone's favorite masquerade ball celebrating Ziggy Stardust, The Thin White Duke, and any other David Bowie persona you can think of came to Le Poisson Rouge.
ALL PHOTOS BY MARO HAGOPIAN
Over the October 11th weekend, superheroes, villains, mutants, zombies, wizards, and at least one Pac-Man filled the Javits center for the 2013 New York Comic Con.
ALL PHOTOS BY C.S. MUNCY
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