4.24.17.Itty bitty Baba Cool is already the queen of Fort Greene’s breakfast scene, blowing...
4.26.17.Visitors lurch their way through blackened corridors in a cavernous, cement-floored space, relinquishing sight for senses—touch, smell, and taste—in...
4.26.17.How to Be Loved (1963) Directed by Wojciech Has In Has’s masterful melodrama, a Polish radio-show personality, Felicja, takes a plane...
4.25.17.So when did you discover X? Was it It’s Dark and Hell is Hot or Flesh of My Flesh,...
4.25.17.In his animated movie My Entire High School Sinking Into The Sea, Dash Shaw captures the insatiable teenage desire...
4.25.17.With new digital outlets consistently finding elbowroom, and legacy publications still trying to saturate the attention economy with fresh...
4.25.17.Durga Chew-Bose is an essayist whose wide-ranging interests and intellectual curiosity have made her thoughts and words beloved in...
4.24.17.This month marked the much-anticipated reopening of Quad Cinema, a New York cinephile institution. The embarrassment of riches in...
4.24.17.For almost ten years Annie Baker has written innovative, patient, semi-lyric, mysterious plays, and she is well on her...
4.24.17.Itty bitty Baba Cool is already the queen of Fort Greene’s breakfast scene, blowing up early morning insta’s with...
4.24.17.My grandfather's origin story reads like a Horatio Alger myth: born to a poor family, hungry, resilient, determined to...
4.24.17.With teen movies of the ‘10s consigned largely to YA-based romances, it’s only natural that more varied portraits of...
4.24.17.No one reads obits when they’re young. For Vanessa Gould, it took the death of Eric Joisel, an artist...
4.21.17.“Everyone has a secret life. But when you’re a girl with a best friend, you think your secret life...
4.21.17.The mean-spirited nationalist challenge to globalism that has taken hold in the United States and Europe—elevating Donald Trump and...
4.21.17. If there’s an upside to fossil fuel flunkies and climate change deniers controlling environmental policy, it’s that a larger...
4.20.17.Free Fire Directed by Ben Wheatley Opens April 21 The mechanics are familiar: A bunch of criminals, many outlandishly dressed, eye each...
4.20.17.Slack Bay Directed by Bruno Dumont Opens April 21 Once labeled as part of a “New French Extremity,” Bruno Dumont for years...
4.20.17.If you were putting together a staging of Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes with Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon,...
4.20.17.In 2014, Em Cominotti and Jeffrey Dunn Rovinelli (a Brooklyn Magazine contributor) began collaborating on what would eventually become...
4.20.17.On a recent weeknight, a line of people stretched out of the back entrance of a nondescript office building...

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