"I never know what I'm capable of doing before I do it." These words, spoken by Oscar-winning actor Juliette Binoche (Caché, The English Patient, Blue), capture the intrepid spirit—indeed the daring—behind In-I, an intensely visceral dance-theater work conceived, directed, and performed by Binoche and the adventurous British choreographer Akram Khan (Steve Reich @ 70, 2006 Next Wave Festival). Together, these charismatic artists arrive at something entirely new, as an actor dances and a dancer acts.
In the sea of New York restaurants Lusso is no big fish. It’s a small corner joint, on a small block, in a (relatively) small neighborhood. But that’s not to say it doesn’t stand out. Having just opened in January of 2009, Lusso jumped in to muddy waters, with constant whispers of economic doom. However first time Owner Michael Carpinillo exhibited an intelligence in his choices that works superbly well. Lusso has a lot of charm...
Election day is upon us, and polls opened at 6 a.m. Citywide the Democratic Primary election will choose candidates for comptroller, public advocate, and mayor.In Manhattan, the voters will decide who will succeed District Attorney, Robert M. Morgenthau, who is retiring after 34 years.
Gloria Steinem reads her "Top 10 Reasons for voting for Cy Vance" at a "Women for Cy" rally in Washington Square Park yesterday. Other speakers included Betsy Gotbaum, Jessica Lappin, April Tyler, & Marion Rice.
Though a little confused, I am thoroughly intrigued. C.R.E.A.M. Projects presents Whitney’s Biennial opening August 28th for one weekend only. This is a show of 37 artists dedicated to redemption, lasting through hard times, and the biennial of Whitney Houston. Clever, I suppose.
Arthur Gregory is running for City Council in District 1 and would like to introduce himself. He is a successful businessman and an experienced community activist interested in making education a priority and expediting the progress at the World Trade Center site.
Yeasayer is one of our favorite New York bands in recent years. Coming onto the scene in 2007 with popular tracks such as "Sunrise" and "2080", their self styled “Middle Eastern-psych-snap-gospel" is experimental to say the least. Their musical mixture of unrelated sounds somehow comes together into a harmonious tye-dye of beautiful tunes. Producing true blue experimental world music is hard (it’s even hard to write) but the Brooklyn-based band has done it well.
While you read this article and I tell you of the beginnings of New York’s first authentic northern Italian eateries, I hope you hear the iconic Nino Rota waltz from the Godfather floating in the background.