In this week’s Village Voice Music Section, Pazz & Jop! More info here; results here.
In Books, Zach Baron talks to “Alien Vs. Predator” poet Michael Robbins and catches up with David Denby about the critic’s new book, Snark, in the third edition of his monthly literary column, Lit Seen.
In Film, a J. Hoberman triple play: on the unfinished California Dreamin’ by Romanian director Cristian Nemescu, on Of Time and the City by Liverpudlian Terence Davies, and a Cine File column celebrating the New York Film Festival’s Richard Roud era.
Plus reviews of Donkey Punch, Crips & Bloods: Made in America, and The Lodger.
In Art, Martha Schwendener brushes up on her painting with Eva Lundsager, R.H. Quaytman, and Mary Heilman.
In Theater, Michael Feingold remembers the late visionary director Tom O’Horgan.
Alexis Soloski at the Living Theatre’s The Connection. And Angela Ashman on Architecting!
In Dance, Deborah Jowitt takes on DD Dorvillier and Jeanine Dunning.
Plus Michael Musto on Will Ferrell’s Broadway farewell to W., Savage Love, and more…
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on January 21, 2009