Thu, Dec 1, 2011, 12:20am
Gregory Wawro is an associate professor and deputy chair of the political science department on campus, and member of faux-French band Nous Non Plus off campus.
Thu, Nov 17, 2011, 1:39am
Last Friday night, British artist Bob Smith (who makes work under the name Bob and Roberta Smith) staged a political revolution and the first ever meeting of the “Art Party” at gallery-cum-warehouse The Boiler in Williamsburg.
Thu, Nov 10, 2011, 12:31am
Jo Koy, born Joseph Herbert, is making a splash in the comedy scene.
Thu, Nov 3, 2011, 12:50am
For the past three years, at least one Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film has been Israeli. The number of Israeli filmmakers has expanded significantly in the past seven years, as has the number of distributors of these films.
Thu, Oct 27, 2011, 1:52am
With the arrival of Big Freedia (pronounced “Free-da”) on the Louisiana music scene, New Orleans is becoming known for more than mardi gras, jazz, and food.
Thu, Oct 13, 2011, 2:30am
Looking For Astronauts is an indie rock band formed a few short years ago in Fort Wayne, Indiana , where they’ve risen to premier status in the fledgling local music scene. After self-releasing their first EP, “For The Birds,” this summer, they were approached by Bon Iver’s producer.
Thu, Oct 6, 2011, 1:02am
With international lawmakers proposing to ban overly-slim super models from fashion shows, the days of the size-zero American Apparel model may be behind us as well.
Thu, Sep 29, 2011, 2:58am
Catherine Orenstein is a journalist, social entrepreneur, and writer on issues pertaining to women, pop culture, mythology, human rights, and politics.
Thu, Sep 22, 2011, 2:22am
Once called “the brightest star in New York’s choral world” by the New York Times, Kent Tritle is starting a Morningside Heights residency as St. John the Divine's newest director of cathedral music.
Thu, Sep 15, 2011, 2:41am
The catchy pop played by Saint Motel, a band just out of Los Angeles and riding on the heels of their latest single, “Puzzle Pieces,” evokes the good ol’ days of 2005: when straight-forward indie rock skirted on the peripheries of the airwaves, but mostly resided in episodes of The O.C.