Results 1 - 16 of 16 for "u:villagevoice.com" in East Village (New York, NY)
Yanira Castro's 2009 Bessie-winning Dark Horse/Black Forest involved fraught duets in a lobby restroom at the Gershwin Hotel. Comment?
So much can change in a year. Last May Day , the amount of organizing energy and media hype surrounding plans for the annual holiday was staggering. Comment?
On this sunny May Day, our critics single out two new restaurants to usher in the season. Comment?
No place better displays the quirky charm of West Village architecture than Caf Cluny. Comment?
Everyone has a favorite dive bar. The best ones are cheap, sticky, and unpretentious, with questionable bathrooms and a rogues' gallery of regulars. Comment?
Tuesday, March 5 Raw Food 101 The Living Gallery , an art space in Bushwick, will host a raw-food workshop for novice chefs. Comment?
" The Pink Pony was a place where you didn't have to leave your soul outside," Lucien Bahaj said on Tuesday morning at Lucien , the French bistro he's run on the Lower East Side since 1998. Comment?
Our own Robert Sietsema surveys the latest barbecue offerings from "the East Village to Gowanus," and finds worthwhile rib-stickers throughout the boroughs. Comment?
January in New York is well-suited to a cloak and dagger mentality and these dark and stormy days can set the stage for some equally heady nights in our suddenly-eerie metropolis. Comment?
Last week, the New York Times reported that the East Village was emphatically protesting an incoming 7-Eleven. The Slurpee giant is worming its way right to the trendy core of the neighborhood, renovating a storefront on Avenue A and East 11th Street. Comment?
Cole's Greenwich Village is the newest restaurant from David Rabin of the Lamb's Club and Jimmy, and is now open for dinner and drinks. Comment?
New York, New York. The name luxuriously repeated by Frank Sinatra and later rejuvenated by Jay-Z evokes images of the city's guilty nightlife, where everyone who hustled and bustled all day finally let their vices loose. Comment?
If you're the type who gets all doe eyed over every young snot who wears a kaftan and sings of freewheeling mysticism like it's some newfangled thing, you better wise up and pay attention to the man who has been the master of all such things in this city for over 40 years, Ed Askew. Comment?
This week, our own Tejal Rao found the beauty in buckwheat at Nolita's Cocoron . Comment?
Our own Tejal Rao visits former Top Chef contestant Leah Cohen's Lower East Side South Asian restaurant, Pig and Khao , and finds the outcome boisterous and inconsistent . Comment?
Monday, November 26 Pamalympics Bartender Challenge: Pama Pomegranate Liquor hosts a bartending challenge at Pouring Ribbons in the East Village where bartenders from all over the city will blindly taste cocktails, and then try to write their recipes. Comment?