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Rebecca Milzoff

September 12, 2005 | Fall Preview 2005 - Classical Music and Dance
A Season of Dance for (Almost) Free

Inexpensive dance performances abound this month. Below, a world-class, only–in–New York lineup of talent, with tickets that cost less than a Chinese takeout order.

September 12, 2005 | Fall Preview 2005 - Classical Music and Dance
‘Tragedy’ Comes to the Met

The true tale of a young pregnant woman drowned by her boyfriend in an Adirondack lake in 1906.

September 5, 2005 | Intelligencer
Haring’s Pop Shop Fizzles Out

But the ceiling will live on—if they can get it out of there. The artist left no preservation advice; “I don’t think Keith cared about forever.”

August 16, 2005 | New York International Fringe Festival

An overwrought plot sinks this waterlogged drama.

June 27, 2005 | Intelligencer
Not Your Mother's Rhythm Method

“You’re about to learn more about a woman’s body than you ever wanted to know.” Manhattan couples take an intro course in the Catholic Church’s “Natural Family Planning.”

February 28, 2005 | Feature
Influences: Lorin Maazel

I just enjoyed the form, and to this day, I bring up one of these old movies on a little home projector, take a bottle—well, a glass—of Scotch, and just enjoy it.

December 20, 2004 | Feature
Songwriter-Harpist Joanna Newsom

Joanna Newsom sings her folk-inflected compositions in a ragged, yet ethereal voice to solo harp accompaniment, and has emerged as an unlikely cult figure in the indie-rock world.

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