It's happened before – the shot of the steaming stir fry, a close-up of a succulent meatball, bird's eye view of a juicy slice of pie. You're at the movies and, bam, you’re starving.
It's never been easy to be a working artist. Now, a web-based project called MadeHERE asks how forty New York performing artists manage to pay rent, raise families and make art.
Film festivals in New York are like multiple roommates. In a studio apartment. Living on top of each other.
If all goes well, you're going to take a lot of pictures this summer. Artist and filmmaker Miranda July would like to help you out.
Free concerts in the summer contain all the elements of complete mayhem, and the Summerstage series in Central Park is no exception.
At 76, Amiri Baraka still speaks his mind and ruffles feathers.
From centaur fetishists to adults who pretend to be babies, sex advice columnist Dan Savage has heard just about everything about people's private lives.
Patti Smith spoke with Jonathan Lethem about writing, CBGB, and New York nostalgia for the PEN World Voice Festival. Listen to their conversation and Smith's song about William Blake.
Russian poet Inga Kuznetsova, Israeli writer Eshkol Nevo, Polish writer Andrzej Stasiuk and New York's own Jonathan Lethem talked about utopia and dystopia for the PEN World Voice Festival. Listen to the event here.
Animal Collective partnered with video artist Danny Perez to release a "visual album," Oddsac.
The PEN World Voices Festival kicked off with a panel about women and fiction in translation that addressed big, messy topics... that are impossible to put to rest.
In one corner: you and your ragged, exhausted self.
In the other corner: The Tribeca Film Festival.
We say: skip the fight, have a drink, and use our handy review rundown to make everyone think you actually went.
Bassist Alex Naidus of the Brooklyn indie-pop shared three of his favorite commuting songs. What are yours?