Fronted by queer artist Lora-Faye Åshuvud, the project really reminds me of a young St. Vincent or Perfume Genius…Arthur Moon’s debut record is out August 2 (private stream here), with a special Vinyl Me, Please release next month – they…
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The Joy of Queer Parties: ‘We Breathe, We Dip, We Flex’ Gay clubs and safe spaces have historically offered a place for experiences and road-testing new looks, identity expressions, desires and orientations. Like “getting a rinse.”
A Twilight Tour at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. Refreshments in Sunset Park to Follow. A visit to this space dedicated to death, perhaps surprisingly, makes for a great evening. You’ll leave with fresh air in your lungs, history in your…
A Touch of Weimar Cabaret in Times Square The Paradise Club is the latest endeavor by Ian Schrager to lure night-life A-listers to the tourist mecca.
Why the Democratic Takeover in New Jersey Is More Civil War Than Progressive Revolution A chasm between Gov. Philip D. Murphy and more moderate legislators could lead to a government shutdown.
Fox’s Hannity, Carlson enjoy Trump rally ratings bonanza as reported by Nielsen. Is Nielsen even in business anymore? I guess this makes a statement about who watches network TV these days, like no one important. Fox News hosts Sean Hannity…
Queens D.A. Primary Too Close to Call, as Cabán Narrowly Leads Katz A six-way race was down to two candidates, with absentee ballots likely to decide whether Tiffany Cabán or Melinda Katz wins the Democratic nomination.
Live in a Regulated Apartment? New York City Just Decided Your Rent The increases will be in effect for rent-stabilized tenants who renew leases after Oct. 1.
Peruvian Tastes Find a Spot on the Upper East Side Mission Ceviche Restaurant & Bar opens, a special-occasion bar from a Joël Robuchon protégé arrives, and more restaurant news. Peruvian tastes have a new home on the Upper East Side.…
Photos: WorldPride Begins in New York New York City is hosting this year’s WorldPride celebration and commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall rebellion. From parades to drag shows, here are scenes from the week.
‘King Kong’ and ‘Cher Show’ Musicals Announce Closings Each show arrived on Broadway with a big name in its title and major creative talents behind the scenes. But audiences kept their distance.
New York Primary Elections: Who’s Running for Queens D.A. Tuesday: The election is the borough’s first competitive district attorney’s race in decades.
The Flea Season, Starring Taylor Mac and Mac Wellman “The Season of Anarchy: The Return of the Macs” will include a new play by Mr. Mac and a festival of works by Mr. Wellman.
New York City’s Public Libraries to End Film Streaming Through Kanopy The libraries cited unsustainable costs in ending the service. Cinephiles took to social media with their reactions.
Taxi Officials Are Grilled Over Lending Crisis: ‘This Is a Moral Outrage’ In an emotional City Council hearing, lawmakers said New York officials could have stopped exploitative loans that have devastated thousands of cabdrivers.