From interviews with Swedish electronic artists to Edward Snowden, to a New Jersey poetry festival, this issue has everything.
Take an adventure on the PATH train to Newark’s Dodge Poetry Festival.
In this week's issue, Alexandra Villarreal writes about the 11th installment of Fall for Dance, David Ecker takes on Thom Yorke’s new album, and we talk to Wyatt Cenac about the Daily Show and his standup.
In this week’s issue, Coco Dowling looks at the 15th annual EstroGenius Festival, which puts on plays for, about, and largely written by women.
In this issue of weekend, we take a journey to DUMBO, taking a look at how its changed since the first DUMBO Arts Festival 18 years ago. Also, we review the Flea Theater’s new show, talk to Julie Budet from Yelle, and tell you how to get a good drink on the sly.
In this issue of Weekend, Anne Marie Bompart takes us to Brooklyn’s Borough Hall for the Brooklyn Book Festival, Paulina Mangubat chats with Bishop Nehru, and Emma Finder reviews ‘Madam Secretary.’
In this week’s issue, Noah Jackson gives us a glimpe behind the scenes of Basilia Soundscape, the anti-music festival; Eboni Boykin reviews “The Green Prince,” about Israel’s youngest informant whose father is a top Hamas leader; and we give you a rundown of the best ice cream in the city to enj
In this issue of Weekend, Zoë Miller writes about the lesser-known New York BDSM community that inspired the actors in ”Smoke” at the Flea Theater, Sally Gao writes about a divine restaurant specializing in eggs, and David Salazar interviews Mutual Benefit’s Jordan Lee.
In the final Weekend of the semester, Sally Gao talks to the people behind the summer film festival with the best views, Ryan Veling helps you explore Coney Island, Alexandra Villarreal writes about the Tony-nominated “The Cripple of Inishmaan,” and Reuben Berman reviews KCST’s production of “Th
This week, Neha Sundaram tackles James Baldwin’s legacy and how three organizations are working to remind everybody of it in honor of the author’s 90th birthday, Chris Browner reviews an opera featuring Joyce DiDonato, and Zoë Miller shares her thoughts on “Cabaret.”