- January 3, 2005 | Feature
- New York Screen: Director Nicole Kassell
For a breakout director whose debut film is a sympathetic portrayal of a pedophile, Nicole Kassell is almost resolutely uncontroversial—nearly girl-next-door-is
- June 14, 2004 | Best Doctors
- Michael Kaplitt
He's using genetic medicine to help Parkinson's patients.
- March 1, 2004 | Best of New York Weekly Pick
- Achieve Closure
If, as Gay Talese suggested, New York is a city of things unnoticed, then Tender Buttons is its chest full of hidden treasure.
- August 23, 2005 | New York International Fringe Festival
Life's no box of chocolates for the slow-witted lead in this sharp family drama.
- August 9, 2005 | New York International Fringe Festival
- The Day the World Went Queer
Today, legalized gay marrriage. Tomorrow, the world! (Or at least the Elks Lodge.)
- January 13, 2003 | Feature
- Top 5 Places to Listen to Music Before You Buy
It’s happened a thousand times: You hear a song, you buy the album, and the other eleven tracks are duds. At these accommodating CD shops, however, you can try before you buy. Listen up.
- June 30, 2003 | Top Five
- City Tours
Five walks that remind you how much you still don’t know about New York.
- January 20, 2003 | Top Five
- Top Five Out-of-the-Ordinary Winter Soups
The usual suspects (tom kha gai at Vong, matzo-ball at the 2nd Avenue Deli) are certainly wonderful. But soup season runs a long timewhy not branch out? Fight off seasonal affective disorder at these five bright spots.
- October 9, 2006
- The Dictator’s M.D.: James McAvoy
At the Toronto Film Festival, the 27-year-old Scottish actor was touted as the next Ewan McGregor, thanks to starring roles in three movies, including The Last King of Scotland, in which McAvoy plays Idi Amin’s (fictional) physician.
- December 2, 2002 | Feature
Of course, you can find them at Zabar's and the 2nd Avenue Deli. But miraculous-tasting versions of Hanukkah's traditional potato pancakes appear all over town. Atkins devotees, avert your eyes.