This Weekend explores the value of contemporary art, breakfast ice cream sundaes, Big Sean’s new album, and the Oscar wins.
From Pulitzer Prize-winning authors to matcha lattes to theater, dance, and opera, this Weekend issue has got all your arts and entertainment bases covered.
This Weekend takes a look at Soviet-influenced Russian art, Momofuku Milk Bar’s new pop-up location, and the merits of clickbait.
This Weekend, it’s all about the women—Ahmed M'rad reviews “Girlhood,” female photographers display their post-feminist themed work in “Pheromone Hotbox,” and Emily Burns discusses the importance of poetry.
This Weekend includes Brooks Wheelan, Jessica Pratt, surrealist movies and selfie exhibits.
For the first Weekend of the semester, we cover the 2015 FLICfest experimental dance festival in Brooklyn, interview Suki Kim, a NYTimes best-selling author and Barnard alumna who traveled to North Korea, and more.
For the final Weekend of the semester, Nicholas Cho takes a trip to Williamsburg to examine the life, death, and rebirth of its DIY Music scene, and we talk to Chris Rock about “Top Five,” among other stories.
This holiday gift season, we’ve got you covered with everything from vegetarian dinner dice to Tupac and Biggie cufflinks.
This weekend, Annie Leibovitz, Ryan Hemsworth, and Iranian vampires all make appearances in New York City venues.