The Rest Of Your Year In Lit

The Rest Of Your Year In Lit

A cheat sheet for the bookworms among us. (That's all of us, right?)

Art

3 Gates & Other Art Portals

3 Gates & Other Art Portals

Guillermo Creus of Fortress to Solitude tells us about his current mix of physical, virtual and personal aesthetic pursuits.

Books

Slang and the City: <i>Friendship</i>

Slang and the City: Friendship

"Do you know what’s glamorous about living in New York City and having no money? After you’re thirty, exactly nothing.”

Food & Drink

Tokyo Drifts Into Prospect Heights: Bar Chuko

Tokyo Drifts Into Prospect Heights: Bar Chuko

Chuko is one of our favorite ramen spots in all of Brooklyn. But will Bar Chuko be as good?


Going On Today...

Harold Night

Long-form improv from NYC's top ensembles. $5

Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (UCB), 307 W 26th St., at Eighth Ave, Chelsea


Music

It’s Been a Very Bad Year: Morrissey

It’s Been a Very Bad Year: Morrissey

World Peace is none of your business.

It’s Been a Very Bad Year: Morrissey

World Peace is none of your business.


Film

Germany’s Most Wanted: <i>A Most Wanted Man</i>

Germany’s Most Wanted: A Most Wanted Man

The late Philip Seymour Hoffman gives a masterful, haunting performance in one of his last movies.

Inhuman Behavior: Mood Indigo

Michel Gondry's whimsical music-video tinkering earns diminishing returns in his latest quirkfest.

Castles in the Air: A Master Builder

Wallace Shawn and Andre Gregory fail to recapture the magic of their earlier collaborations in this flat Ibsen adaptation.

The Windows to the Soul: I Origins

Indie director Mike Cahill tackles science and faith in his sophomore effort, befuddling in ways both frustrating and exhilarating.


Food & Drink

Tokyo Drifts Into Prospect Heights: Bar Chuko

Tokyo Drifts Into Prospect Heights: Bar Chuko

Chuko is one of our favorite ramen spots in all of Brooklyn. But will Bar Chuko be as good?

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.

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

Are You At All Curious About Google Glass?

Ask A Cabbie

Are You At All Curious About Google Glass?

“I’ve heard about those, but I’m too old to be interested."

Sex With the Natural Redhead

Bi, Bi, Baby

Dear Audrey, recently I mentioned to a new friend that I’m bi.

Reviews

Album

It’s Been a Very Bad Year: Morrissey

World Peace is none of your business.

Theater

Send in the (Sex-Crazed) Clowns: Clown Bar

“Nipples! Without them, tits would be pointless!”

Art

3 Gates & Other Art Portals

Guillermo Creus of Fortress to Solitude tells us about his current mix of physical, virtual and personal aesthetic pursuits.

Bar

Tokyo Drifts Into Prospect Heights: Bar Chuko

Chuko is one of our favorite ramen spots in all of Brooklyn. But will Bar Chuko be as good?

Books

Slang and the City: Friendship

"Do you know what’s glamorous about living in New York City and having no money? After you’re thirty, exactly nothing.”

Film

2 Filmmakers: Double Play: James Benning and Richard Linklater

This dual portrait draws surprising connections between the indie and experimental directors, and friends.

Restaurant

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.

The Best Old Movies on a Big Screen This Week

Dreamy musicals, noir sirens, and the most shocking acid trips in the history of cinema.

4 Art Exhibits You Need to See

Historical probings and sundry modes of hearting NYC.

The Measure cont'd

Join Us Tonight for Zoolander at SummerScreen!

SummerScreen, we're so hot right now.

The Best Old Movies on a Big Screen This Week

The Beatles! Structuralism! Femmes Fatale! And so much more, in this week and weekend's rep cinema picks.

Jul 16, 2014

Tickets on Sale Now for Fool's Gold Day Off With Danny Brown, French Montana and So Many More

A limited number of early-bird tickets are just $15. That's, like, barely any money.

Stories from Around the Web

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Beast of Bourbon

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The Counting Room

Set in an old Quinine factory with the raw elements of exposed brick, 16 foot ceilings and concrete beams The Counting Room's two floors make it a perfect place for gatherings from 2 to 40 plus. Serving cocktails with a twist as well as all the classics, an old-world wine list of unique wines, and a craft and local beer selection that changes seasonally. Food is served everyday and join us on Saturdays for a live Bluegrass brunch at 1 PM. A private event space is available for events and reservations are taken for groups of 10 or more. www.thecountingroombk.co

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Battery Harris

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 Bay Ridge, Brooklyn

Petit Oven

NIGHTLIFE East Village, Manhattan

Drop Off Service

NIGHTLIFE Bushwick, Brooklyn

Matt Torrey's

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