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Taking It Off for the Kids
How a biweekly party for undressed gay men saved a childrenï¿½s puppetry theater.
Like there aren’t enough “friends” in your life already . . .
Who? New Yorkers sound off on art-world denizens.
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Fannypack’s three young rappers just want to have fun—and rid the world of “cameltoes.”
Who Can Rebind My Rare Book?
What You Can Buy for...$750,000
Where Can I Get My Linen Jacket Dyed?
Rory Kennedy’s new documentary follows a young boy in trouble—a subject the filmmaker finds particularly agonizing now that she’s a mother.
Edie Falco Takes Back ’night, Mother
Last Call at the Cock
At least for now. How the sleaziest, smokiest East Village gay bar managed to survive Rudy and Bloomberg.
New state regulations will make it a felony for many therapists to call themselves therapists. Anyone up for getting on the couch with an “emotional educator”?
All the Cubicle’s a Stage
Every New Yorker seems to think his or her life is a movie; the Actors Institute helps its corporate-world clients learn to play their roles better.
ï¿½Please stand clear of the closing record deal!ï¿½ Susan Cagle busked for five years in the subway, recorded her album there.
Running the marriage numbers in Albany.
DADT Repeal: The Long and Winding Road
At the beginning of the gay rights movement, opposition to the military was taken for granted. Now the right to enlist in it is a milestone on the way to full equality.
The Next Steps for a ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Repeal
There was a setback for gay-rights advocates this week. What next?
Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke on The Boxer, Butt, and Moving to New York
"I thought, 'Wow, if Olivia lives in Dumbo, I gotta go check it out.'"
‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’: The Technicalities of Repeal
What happens if this bill passes?
The Ballad of Uptown Gerry, City Chicken
Two writers, Elyssa East and Susan Orlean, tried to save it.