- November 24, 2008 | Intelligencer
- It’s Not Over Till...
How can New York City Opera survive its failed bet on an extravagant, avant-garde future?
- November 24, 2008 | Feature
- Building a New WPA
Great architects need a great canvas. New York needs infrastructure. And a lot of people need jobs. A proposal.
- November 17, 2008 | The Classical Music Review
- Diversity Now!
Douglas Cuomo draws on ethnic musics of every variety—with a mongrel result.
- November 3, 2008 | The Classical Music Review
- Sketches of Spain
Period instruments put concertgoers in the world—not just the words—of Don Quixote.
- November 3, 2008
- From Idlewild to Just Plain Mild
How TWA’s swoopy little eagle fits in its giant, generic JetBlue nest.
- October 27, 2008 | The Classical Music Review
- Fission Power
Penny Woolcock’s production of Doctor Atomic burnishes a masterpiece.
- October 13, 2008 | The Classical Music Review
- Rethinking Lenny
Performers too young to have known Bernstein see his music afresh.
- September 22, 2008
- One’s Huge, the Other’s Crazy
A pair of showcase skyscrapers, ready to rise, give us a taste of the architectural delirium we crave.
- September 15, 2008 | Feature
- The Glass Stampede
As this last great building boom winds down, our architecture critic asks: Does the new see-through city look better or worse than the one it replaced? A building-by-building survey.
- September 1, 2008 |
- Ethel’s All-American World Music
Ethel, the anti-genre string quartet, is back from a year on the road.