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Justin Davidson

January 14, 2008
Reconstructionist Judaism

Two Jewish cultural centers reinvent themselves for the demographics of a changing city.

January 7, 2008 | Feature
The Sopranos on the Big Screen

Could high-definition opera at the movies become as addictive as popcorn?

December 24, 2007 |
44. Because What Other City Could Have an Opera Smackdown?

Lincoln Center is already starting to look like the battleground for some fascinating—and potentially ugly—opera wars.

December 24, 2007 |
48. Because a Single Block in Chelsea Is Becoming an Architectural Wonderland

Until a few years ago, West 19th Street between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues was best known as the heart of West Chelsea’s parking-lot district.

December 24, 2007 |
36. Because a Person Moving From a Farm to Midtown Would Actually Reduce His Carbon Footprint

Now that the mayor has done his best to purge New York City of murder, smoking, and trans fats, he’s turned his attention to another nuisance: catastrophic climate change.

December 17, 2007 |
The Year in Classical & Dance

Tristan was reinvented, Michiganders showed up to perform Steve Reich, Berlin seemed almost as interesting as New York, and a spirited 26-year-old Venezuelan woke everyone up.

December 17, 2007 |
The Year in Architecture

Green roofs sprouted in the South Bronx, the Glass House opened wide, bus shelters got chic, Frank Gehry finally built something in New York.

December 10, 2007
Get Me Rebuild

The new Times headquarters has all the visual appeal of a column of newsprint.

December 3, 2007
The Gray Ghost of the Bowery

An unsentimental valentine from the New Museum.

December 3, 2007 | The Classical Music Review
A Lot of Nachtmusik

Carnegie Hall celebrates Berlin’s two great eras—one of which is just getting started.

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