The 2014 Brooklyn Restaurant Superlatives

The 2014 Brooklyn Restaurant Superlatives

In which we tell you about the best possible version of any single thing you could ever hope to eat.

Film

Republicans vs. Aliens: <i>Radio Free Albemuth</i>

Republicans vs. Aliens: Radio Free Albemuth

A film notable only for its source material—not for what it does with it.

Jun 23, 2014

Food & Drink

Bushwick Goes Basic: Old Stanley’s Bar

Bushwick Goes Basic: Old Stanley’s Bar

Old Stanley’s is the kind of everyman’s bar that quickly becomes your favorite neighborhood watering hole.

Jun 18, 2014

Film

The Fault in Our Stars movie

This is the Summer's Best Weekend for Movies For and By Women

The Fault in Our Stars and Obvious Child are a bright spot in an otherwise dim season.

Jun 6, 2014


Going On Today...

Danny and Sylvia: The Danny Kaye Musical

After runs in London and D.C., this backstage musical about the creative and romantic relationship between Danny Faye and Sylvia Fine comes to New York. From their first meeting at an audition through their often tumultuous relationship to Faye's film stardom, this showbiz story is retold with many favorite Faye tunes. $56.50/$31.50

St. Luke's Theatre, 308 W 46th St, Between Eigth and Ninth Avenue, Midtown East


Music

In The Absence Of Blog-Rock: A Sunny Day in Glasgow - <i>Sea When Absent</i>

In The Absence Of Blog-Rock: A Sunny Day in Glasgow - Sea When Absent

A Sunny Day in Glasgow didn't become one of the bands that defined indie rock’s blog era, but as one of the most original rock groups of the last decade, they probably should have.

Jun 18, 2014


Film

Before Adulthood: <i>Boyhood</i>

Before Adulthood: Boyhood

Twelve years in the making, Richard Linklater’s magnum opus captures like the flow of experience like few other works of American art.

Let’s Hear It For The Boy

As his latest, Boyhood, proves, no director is moving cinema forward like Richard Linklater.

Two for the Road: Land Ho!

An odd couple of ex-brothers-in-law are lost and found in Iceland in this deadpan but lively indie.

Thumbs Up: Life Itself

A man goes to the movies. That man was Roger Ebert, and this is his story.


Food & Drink

I Want Your Sandwich: The Meat Hook Sandwich Shop

I Want Your Sandwich: The Meat Hook Sandwich Shop

Welcome to the Meat Hook Sandwich Shop.

Out Of The Darkness: Dotory

Dotory shines on a dark stretch of Broadway.

Jun 18, 2014

Bao Wow: Lucky Luna

If you're going to this Mexican-Taiwanese spot in Greenpoint, you've got to try the buns.

Jun 4, 2014

Columns

Selfish Assholes Have Needs, Too

Sex With the Natural Redhead

Selfish Assholes Have Needs, Too

Selfishness is good sometimes—sometimes it’s the only path to real happiness.

Ask A Cabbie

Tell Us About A Summer Romance

It is too hot for romance. I’m married, but no difference. It is too hot for sex.

Reviews

Album

In The Absence Of Blog-Rock: A Sunny Day in Glasgow - Sea When Absent

A Sunny Day in Glasgow didn't become one of the bands that defined indie rock’s blog era, but as one of the most original rock groups of the last decade, they probably should have.

Theater

Of Interest, And Nothing More: Donogoo

This is a beautifully designed and inventively staged production.

Art

Beyonds Within: For Your Eyes Only

Vince Contarino’s solo show at TSA Gallery hums and stirs with nuance and suggestiveness.

Bar

A Place To Charge Your Phone, But Also More: Left Hand Path

No one comes to Bushwick for harmony.

Books

Cheating Death, At a Cost: Crystal Eaters

Crystal Eaters by Shane Jones Two Dollar Radio To adapt to the reality of death, we are endlessly devising ways to deny or escape it.

Film

This Is Half a Film: Closed Curtain

This is the second film Iranian director Jafar Panahi has made since being banned from filmmaking for twenty years, and it shows in maddening, fascinating ways.

Restaurant

I Want Your Sandwich: The Meat Hook Sandwich Shop

Welcome to the Meat Hook Sandwich Shop.

Grimes, How to Dress Well, and the Perils of Poptimism

Hyped new material that suggests the underground co-opting from the mainstream may be less interesting than previously advertised.

The Measure cont'd

4 Art Exhibits You Need to See

Celebrations of chromatics and musings cinematic in these new art picks.

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DCTV

Independent Media Arts Center 87 Lafayette St NYC www.dctvny.org Founded in 1972, DCTV provides affordable and accessible resources to NYC’s indie filmmaking community, including: hands-on workshops, production equipment rentals, space rentals, post-production facilities, a signature screening & event series, and more. Anyone can become a part of this diverse and inclusive community to get their project made, from start to finish, all under one roof.

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