• An Evening With Jack and Amanda Palmer at Le Poisson Rouge
    July 20 at 12:30 p.m. by Alex Pines

    Amanda Palmer, along with her father Jack, took over Le Poisson Rouge for two nights this week in support of their new album of covers, You Got Me Singing Photos by Alex Pines for the Village Voice

  • Deep in the Annals of the 2016 Republican National Convention
    July 19 at 2:32 p.m. by C.S. Muncy

    The Republican National Convention kicked off in Cleveland with the likes of Rudy Giuliani, Scott Baio, and a host of others — including the Donald himself. Photos by C.S. Muncy for the Village Voice

  • Prophets of Rage, Swarms of Cameras, and More Scenes From Cleveland
    July 19 at 9:59 a.m. by Multiple Authors

    Jessica Lehrman and Andrew Lichtenstein capture the sweeping spectacles and the quiet asides from the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.


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  • Steve Brodner Illustrates the Republican National Convention
    July 19 at 12:25 a.m. by Steve Brodner

    Throughout the Republican National Convention, Steve Brodner will be live-illustrating the antics onstage — covering everyone from Rudy Giuliani and Antonio Sabato Jr. to Rick Perry and Donald Trump himself. Stay tuned throughout the week for more…

  • Republican National Convention Protesters Descend Upon Cleveland
    July 18 at 9 a.m. by C.S. Muncy

    On the eve of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, protesters began gathering around near the Quicken Loans Arena to air their grievances against the incoming GOP representatives. From the Stand for Love March across the Hope…

  • Artist Step and Repeat @ 4Knots
    July 15 at 3:30 p.m.

    A behind-the-scenes glimpse of 4Knots Music Fest with up close and personal photos from our press lounge.

  • 4Knots Music Festival
    July 15 at 3:28 p.m.

    On July 9th in South Street Seaport, the Village Voice showcased some of the best emerging indie rocks out there, featuring Guided By Voices, The Strumbellas, Protomartyr, Car Seat Headrest, Mothers, Kirk Knight, Girlpool, Bayonne, Diane Coffee,…

  • A Look at Martí Cormand's 'Postcards to AZ'
    July 15 at 3 p.m. by Village Voice staff

    Adolf Hitler revered the realism of ancient Greece and the Renaissance as the highest standard of art. But, like with so much else in his life, he knew even better what he hated: modernism. Hitler's favorite painter, Adolf Ziegler, exemplified the…

  • Local Natives Rock Rough Trade
    July 14 at 10:15 a.m. by Alex Pines

    Local Natives played an intimate show at Rough Trade on July 13, ahead of dozens of shows across the country before the group returns for two shows in New York City at Terminal 5 in October. Local Natives' latest album, Sunlit Youth, will be…

  • Need a Lift? The 2016 Giglio Feast Celebrates Italian Pride in Brooklyn
    July 11 at 10:15 a.m. by C.S. Muncy

    For over a century, the southern Italian communities of Brooklyn have gathered to raise a huge tower in honor of a legendary tale. The eleven-day festival — near the Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Williamsburg — celebrates the story of San…

  • The Faces of 4Knots Music Festival 2016
    July 10 at 10:20 a.m. by Kylie Shaffer

    Springlike temperatures and calm seas were the perfect backdrop for the sixth edition of the Village Voice’s 4Knots Music Festival, which drew a crowd of 10,000 over a partly cloudy afternoon. A blissfully mellow crowd that migrated between both…

  • Black Lives Matter Protesters March Through the Rain to Times Square
    July 10 at 9:41 a.m. by C.S. Muncy

    Black Lives Matter protesters gathered for a march planned for the evening of July 9, to protest the killing of black men by police around the country. The march was called just days after Alton Sterling (Louisiana) and Philando Castile (Minnesota)…

  • Go Norse at With Claus Meyer at Agern in Grand Central Terminal
    June 30 at 2:30 p.m. by Bradley Hawks

    If Claus Meyer gets his way, New Yorkers may soon be reaching for open-faced smørrebrød sandwiches instead of burgers and bagels. The co-founder of Copenhagen's storied Noma restaurant — who owns numerous bakeries and restaurants back home in…

  • The Faces of the Bad Habit Pride Party
    June 28 at 3:50 p.m. by Maro Hagopian

    Once again, Hot Rabbit took over Lot 45 in Bushwick for the Bad Habit NYC Pride Party. With plenty of clever tees, lots of rainbow-colored hair, and more, the celebration — which also doubled as the official NYC Dyke March after party — raged late…

  • Wonderful Moments From the 2016 New York City Pride Parade
    June 26 at 9:30 p.m. by B.A. Van Sise

    On a gorgeous summer day, New Yorkers celebrated Pride with plenty of costumes, glitter, and — of course — love. The Village Voice was at this year's parade to capture all of the memorable moments, faces, and outfits.  Photos by B.A. Van Sise…

  • The Faces of New York City Pride 2016
    June 26 at 8:30 p.m. by C.S. Muncy

    This year's Pride celebration brought out thousands of people in the LGTBQ community — as well as allies — to the streets of New York City. Clad in everything from rainbows to feathers, revelers were dressed to impress. However, this year's parade…

  • PAT Pride 2016 Parties the Night Away
    June 24 at 12:53 p.m. by Maro Hagopian

    PAT Pride brought plenty of partiers together to dance all night long with a little help from Robi D Light, Corey Craig, Whiskey Houtson, DJ Stacey HOTWAXX Hale, Justin Strauss, Amber Valentine, and JD Samson. Photos by Maro Hagopian for the…

  • Kevin Morby Rocks Rough Trade
    June 24 at 10:15 a.m. by Alex Pines

    Kevin Morby was a bit sheepish about playing two back-to-back shows in NYC — he’d hit Mercury Lounge the night before — stating that he didn’t want to repeat any of his stage banter. He praised summertime in New York, shouted out old buddies, and…

  • These Adorable Goats Eating Brooklyn Bridge Park Are GOAT
    June 23 at 1:15 p.m. by Christian Hansen

    Brooklyn Bridge Park is an organic park, which means no chemicals can be used to kill the weeds that will otherwise choke out the grass. For the next two months a herd of four Nubian goats will be climbing along the berm at the Pier 3 uplands, each…

  • 'Public, Private, Secret': Peek at International Center of Photography's New Museum
    June 21 at 12:15 p.m. by Chona Kasinger

    Following a brief hiatus, the International Center of Photography is back in the game. Featuring 150 works by no less than 50 different artists, the ICP is a must-see this summer. Take a gander at the newly reopened museum at their digs off Bowery.…



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