The Best New Brooklyn Boutiques

The Best New Brooklyn Boutiques

The 10 new spots where you'll want to spend all your money.

Art

Selves and Reciprocals: Maria Lassnig

Selves and Reciprocals: Maria Lassnig

The Austrian painter’s splendid retrospective at PS1 wrangles depths of meaning from the expression ‘body of work.’

Books

The Long-Overdue Reinvention of the Brooklyn Parent Has Arrived: <i>Lena Finkle’s Magic Barrel</i>

The Long-Overdue Reinvention of the Brooklyn Parent Has Arrived: Lena Finkle’s Magic Barrel

Anya Ulinich saves the Brooklyn Parent from its superficial prison.

Film

"Why the Fuck Didn’t You Laugh, Then?"

"Why the Fuck Didn’t You Laugh, Then?"

An interview with Drew Tobia, the 28-year-old Brooklyn-based writer director of See You Next Tuesday.


Going On Today...

Wicked

A musical based on Gregory Maguire’s novel, Wicked takes place in the Land of Oz as seen through the eyes of the Wicked Witch of the West. $50 - $110

Gershwin Theater, 222 W 51st St., between Broadway and Eighth Ave, Midtown East


Music

Viking Processionals and Stark Minimalism

Viking Processionals and Stark Minimalism

On the Darker Side of Scandinavian Pop

Who decided the summer needs to be dominated by relentlessly upbeat music?

It’s Been a Very Bad Year: Morrissey

World Peace is none of your business.

Jul 16, 2014


Film

"Why the Fuck Didn’t You Laugh, Then?"

"Why the Fuck Didn’t You Laugh, Then?"

An interview with Drew Tobia, the 28-year-old Brooklyn-based writer director of See You Next Tuesday.

The Phantom Heart: Jealousy

Philippe Garrel's latest is another coolly drawn entry in his scarifyingly intimate oeuvre.

Cult Head: Frank

Michael Fassbender is a rock-and-roll genius with a gigantic papier-mâché head, in this oddly, affecting, vaguely true story.

My Hustler: Abuse of Weakness

Catherine Breillat's autobiographical latest is a disturbing portrait of soul-sucking codependence.


Food & Drink

Darkness Be Gone: Brooklyn Proper

Darkness Be Gone: Brooklyn Proper

The perfect place to wait out the apocalypse.

Fresh Fish on Franklin: Pacifico’s Fine Foods

You’ll be tempted here to order many courses, and you should.

Now We Sip Beer When We Thirsty: Hops Hill

This Clinton Hill craft beer bar is a low-key neighborhood spot.

Jul 30, 2014

High-End Home Cooking (And Lots of It): Delaware and Hudson

For a full-on feast priced under 50 bucks, you’re not going to do better than Delaware and Hudson.

Jul 16, 2014

Columns

Am I Terrible At Sex?

Sex With the Natural Redhead

Am I Terrible At Sex?

Maybe you were never very good at sex?

Ask A Cabbie

Are You Traveling Anywhere This Summer?

I definitely want to get out of the city.

Reviews

Album

Spoon: The Goldilocks of Bands

Is Spoon the greatest band of its era?

Theater

The Battle of the Sexes: Fixed: Donkey Punch

Can a woman have sex without strings?

Art

Selves and Reciprocals: Maria Lassnig

The Austrian painter’s splendid retrospective at PS1 wrangles depths of meaning from the expression ‘body of work.’

Bar

Darkness Be Gone: Brooklyn Proper

The perfect place to wait out the apocalypse.

Books

The Long-Overdue Reinvention of the Brooklyn Parent Has Arrived: Lena Finkle’s Magic Barrel

Anya Ulinich saves the Brooklyn Parent from its superficial prison.

Film

Holiday in the Sun: The Trip to Italy

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon eat and bicker their way through Italy in this comedy sequel. Celebrity impressions ensue.

Restaurant

Fresh Fish on Franklin: Pacifico’s Fine Foods

You’ll be tempted here to order many courses, and you should.

The Best Old Movies on a Big Screen This Week

Jean-Paul Belmondo on the side of a building, PT Anderson getting all synesthetic, John Garfield going blind, and Japanese schoolgirls at basketball practice.

The Measure cont'd

"Nobody in Hong Kong Had Dared to Touch It”: An Interview with Patrick Lung Kong

The groundbreaking Hong Kong director and producer, whose films courted controversy by confronting social issues head-on, has his first US retrospective at the Museum of the Moving Image, starting this weekend.

4 Art Exhibits You Need to See

Shows to view and roam through en plein air throughout this fairly fair-weathered August.

Stories from Around the Web

Classified Directory

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

1 of a Find

1 of a Find Vintage specializes in rare and designer vintage clothing and accessories. "1 of the best indie shops in Prospect Heights" - Time Out New York "A Top Pick for vintage clothing in NYC" - Black Book Magazine. Open daily.

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY Bay Ridge, Brooklyn

Petit Oven

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY Fort Greene, Brooklyn

Dino

Blending the spirit of rustic Italian cuisine with the neighborhoods eclectic energy. Enjoy housemade pasta, a hand selected wine list and daily food and drink specials using both fresh and imported seasonal ingredients. Open Mon. - Thur. 11-Midnight/Fri. 11-1 a.m./Sat. 10-1/Sun. 10-Midnight. Lunch/Brunch til 3:30 p.m. Dinner all day.

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Beaner Bar

NIGHTLIFE Bushwick, Brooklyn

Matt Torrey's

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY Chelsea, Manhattan

David Goldstein, Attorney At Law

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Treehouse Brooklyn

Treehouse Brooklyn is a gem of a shop on Graham Avenue in Williamsburg. We offer local and independent designers' and curated vintage clothing, jewelry and treasures. Swing by Treehouse to explore what's in store, including the exclusive house-designed clothing and jewelry lines, Sirius* and Sirius* Lux. Here's to shopping local and dreaming galactic!

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