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  • Scenes From The St. Patrick's Day Parade, 2017
    March 18 at 1:36 p.m. by Chris Jones

    All photos by Chris Jones for The Village Voice

     
  • Spot Check: Soul Clap
    March 8 at 10 a.m. by Multiple Authors

    03.03 10:27 P.M. 261 Driggs Avenue, Brooklyn. Ten years ago, mid-century-obsessed DJ Jonathan Toubin began hosting Soul Clap, a monthly party that gave him a chance to show off his rare Sixties records. For good measure, he added a highly…

     
  • 14th Street Subway Passage Turned Into The "Love Tunnel" For Valentine's Day
    February 15 at 9:58 a.m. by Laura June Kirsch

    Any seasoned New Yorker is familiar with the seemingly endless tunnel connecting the F/M trains to the 1/2/3 line along 14th street in Manhattan. On the average day this can be a monotonous walk, but yesterday was Valentine's Day. For the fourth…

     

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  • Power Dressing: How to Wear Your Heart — and Your Resistance — on Your Sleeve
    February 8 at 11:45 a.m. by Multiple Authors

    Wearing your heart on your sleeve takes on a new meaning with these T-shirts, which, like many of the tees in this story, broadcast messages of empowerment while benefitting organizations that are doing the real work. Photography by Vanina…

     
  • Tribes of New York: Nasty Women
    January 24 at 10 a.m. by Multiple Authors

    January 12-15. Knockdown Center, Flushing, Queens. On January 13, New York’s underground art community came together at the Knockdown Center in Queens, a sprawling, 50,000-square-foot former factory turned gallery and performance space, to…

     
  • Tribes of New York: Winter Jazzfest
    January 18 at 8:30 a.m. by Multiple Authors

    January 5–10. Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn. Frigid temperatures and drifts of slushy snow didn’t deter the devoted concertgoers who trudged out for Winter Jazzfest, that annual endurance test of 140 or so musical performances scattered…

     
  • Nasty Women / Stay Nasty Art Exhibit at The Knockdown
    January 16 at 1:21 p.m. by Laura June Kirsch

    Performance arts and cultural space The Knockdown Center in Maspeth hosted a four day arts festival fundraiser titled "Nasty Women". In addition to a mixed medium art show selling original nasty women inspired pieces for $100 or less, the…

     
  • Writers Resist Trump at the NYPL
    January 16 at 12:47 p.m. by C.S. Muncy

    Yesterday thousands of writers, artists, and human beings concerned about our president-elect's disdain for freedom of expression gathered outside the NYPL's main branch at 5th Avenue and 42nd Street for Writers Resist: #LouderTogether.  Poet…

     
  • PBR Rodeo At Madison Square Garden
    January 9 at 9:29 a.m. by C.S. Muncy

    Perhaps the largest annual assemblage of cowboy hats in New York City, the PBR Rodeo rolled into MSG on Saturday night. C.S. Muncy was there for the Voice.

     
  • Swimmers Dive Into 2017 at the Coney Island Polar Bear Plunge
    January 1 at 6:48 p.m. by C.S. Muncy

    Every New Year's Day hundreds of hardy souls gather at Coney Island to take a dip in the ocean. This year's event saw temperatures in the low '50s (is that auspicious or portentous?), but it was still bracing way to begin what will surely be a…

     
  • Hot Rabbit's Bad Habit Resolutions 2017
    January 1 at 4:02 p.m. by Maro Hagopian

    Hot Rabbit's Bad Habit Resolutions party took place on NYE at LOT 45 in Bushwick.  Photos by Maro Hagopian

     
  • Tribes of New York: Afropolitans
    December 27 at 6:30 p.m. by Multiple Authors

    12.16.16 9:45 P.M. Copacabana Rooftop 760, Times Square. Friday night marked the year’s final edition of AfropolitanNYC, a Manhattan networking event and dance party that celebrates the African diaspora. The bash began in 2013 when, observing…

     
  • Kendrick Lamar Takes Over Music Hall of Williamsburg
    December 20 at 1:16 p.m. by Laura June Kirsch

    Kendrick Lamar played an exclusive, intimate show hosted by American Express at the Music Hall Of Williamsburg in Brooklyn. Photos by Laura June Kirsch for the Village Voice

     
  • Inside MoMA PS1's Winter Wonderland
    December 19 at 11:15 a.m. by Laura June Kirsch

    MoMa PS1 held their annual holiday party where guests could explore the galleries after normal visiting hours. The event featured an immersive snow globe installation in the VW dome, as well as holiday-themed drinks and snacks. Photos by Laura…

     
  • Dave Harrington and Friends Holiday Spectacular Takes Over Brooklyn Bowl
    December 19 at 10 a.m. by Laura June Kirsch

    Producer and musician Dave Harrington (of Darkside) gathered a group of friends for his third-annual Holiday Spectacular, which benefitted the Harlem School of Arts.  Musicians featured throughout the night included: Nick Murphy (Chet Faker),…

     
  • Tribes of New York: Haute Hijabs
    December 14 at 10 a.m. by Multiple Authors

    December 8, 8 p.m. Hamilton Hall, Columbia University. It had been a bad week, the news full of 2 reported assaults on headscarf-wearing Muslim women in New York. But onThursday evening, the mood in the brightly lit Columbia classroom was…

     
  • Jazz Age Tea Dance Turns Back Time
    December 12 at 10:25 a.m. by Laura June Kirsch

    The Jazz Age Tea Dance took over Webster Hall on a wintry December afternoon, where guests dressed in their finest vintage duds, sipped tea (and cocktails), and danced the day away with Michael Arenella and his Dreamland Orchestra. Photos by…

     
  • SantaCon Returns
    December 12 at 9:45 a.m. by Alex Flynn

    'Tis the season for hordes of Santas to stumble from bar to bar, guzzling pints, and spreading holiday cheer. Once again, SantaCon revelers hit NYC's streets dressed like jolly old St. Nick.  Our photographer Alex Flynn described a sedate…

     
  • Supercinema Gets Into the Spooky Holiday Spirit With 'The Nightmare Before Christmas'
    December 5 at 9:52 a.m. by Laura June Kirsch

    McKittrick Hotel hosted another installment of Supercinema over the weekend, this time with the holiday-themed Nightmare Before Christmas extravaganza. Photos and GIFs by Laura June Kirsch for the Village Voice

     
  • The Faces of NYC's Vintage Subway Rides
    December 5 at 9:33 a.m. by B.A. Van Sise

    While New York may be known as a fashion-forward town, some New Yorkers are proud vintage-lovers. As the MTA rolls out its annual retro subway trains this December for the Nostalgia Shoppers' Special Train, we spotted some of the hottest styles of…

     

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