Everything you need to know to make it as an art-lover who doesn't ever want to go to Chelsea.
A studio visit prior to the artist’s solo exhibition at Sometimes permits glimpses of fantastical horrors and humors alike.
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
Jun 5, 2013
You're going to hear us talk an awful lot about this over the next week. Just warning you now.
Jun 5, 2013
Talking to the founder of the world's biggest short-film festival, which is in Prospect Park this year.
The Spanish director returns to his roots with this sex farce.
Jem Cohen's gorgeous ode to Vienna, museums, and art.
This Somali-hijacking movie is tauter for its stretches of eerie calm.
Traveling for work in the art world isn't as glamorous as it might sound.
"Sometimes I put all the ice cubes in my freezer in a big bag and then rub that all over myself."
Dear Audrey, my girlfriend says she's poly, but I don't believe you can love two people at once.
Peccadillo revives this 1926 smother-love expose with effective sincerity.
The Brooklyn Museum is showing its complete holdings of her affecting woodblock prints.
Colum's problematic new novel looks at Ireland's tragedies through myriad eyes.
Calvin Lee Reeder's surreal road movie through American grotesquerie.
Early Jackie Chan and perverted Cronenberg.
Jun 19, 2013
Tonight, we've got a documentary about deceased pets, a love letter to New York City and more.
Jun 18, 2013
Meet the local writers, directors and producers showing in this year's BAMcinemaFest.
Jun 18, 2013
The Measure cont'd
And they obliged, thank goodness.
Jun 17, 2013
Northside Film kicks off tonight across Williamsburg and Greenpoint.
Jun 17, 2013
What happens when we lose our best friends to love?
Jun 17, 2013
Featured in NY Magazine's "Best of New York," Film Biz Recycling's Prop Shop is an 11,000 sq ft warehouse brimming with items hot off the set from NYC's film, television, commercial & Broadway productions that may have otherwise been...LANDFILLED. Prove that you can be a do-gooder and a consumer at the same time and help rescue antique, vintage and modern furniture, kitchenware, lighting, rugs, junktiques, oddities, mirrors, art, frames, and ephemera galore by buying or renting. Make sure to check out for the fake barbed wire, breakaway glass, and rubber broken beer bottles used in bar fights and then sit down in the comfy electric to take it all in! Open M-F 10-7, Sat & Sun 12-7
Le Barricou is a bustling neighborhood French restaurant offering local artisanal organic fare amidst a savory selection of grass fed meats, hand-cut pastas, day boat fish and fresh oysters. Le Barricou takes pride in its freshest ingredients and uncompromised standards. The restaurant goes through a magical transformation on the weekends from high-energy, jazzy, fun place to meet your friends for brunch to candle-light, laid back, romantic date-spot during the dinner time. Cozy beautiful backroom with a wood burning fireplace accommodates private parties. Gift certificates are available. Open Lunch M-F:11am -4pm, Brunch Sa-Su:10am-4pm, Late Brunch: Sa-Su: 4pm-6pm, Dinner M-Su:6pm-12am, Late Nite F-Sa:12am-2am.
Pup Slope has one of the best grooming and boarding services in the area, only for miniature dogs and their friends, never in cages, always free. We carry many different varieties of pet foods and products as well as organic and holistic foods. We also have a full line of pet carriers that can be used on all major airlines. Our puppies are registered with AKC, APR, ACA United, CKC and CFA. Visit our sister store: Groom -o- rama at 496 6th Ave. in Manhattan.
Draft beer, good wine, and old-school cocktails for the denizens of Gowanus, Brooklyn. A record player serves as the juke box; you’re welcome to choose from the vinyl on hand or bring your own. Pool and darts reign in the back. Come by on Fridays for our Art Lunch -- we serve up a bowl of chili or stew along with a draft beer or glass of wine for ten bucks. Oh and we're good for parties!
A traditional Ethiopian restaurant serving authentic delicacies that possess homemade quality flavors. The menu offers organic beef, poultry and a wide variety of delectable vegetable dishes, which also meet the western standards of vegan food preparation. Bati offers the option of individual or the traditional communal serving, features wine pairings, and displays talented Ethiopian artists' work on its walls.