- April 8, 2013 | The Classical Music Review
Otherworldly sounds, from Karlheinz Stockhausen to Sufjan Stevens.
- April 1, 2013 | Feature
- My Week As Robert Moses, With Oil Wells
An architecture critic takes up residence in SimCity.
- March 25, 2013
- Jocks, Meet Artists
Steven Holl’s new sports center for Columbia University muscles into Inwood.
- March 11, 2013 | Feature
- Oooh, Williamsburg
A so-what plan is trumped by daring.
- March 4, 2013
- The Spirit of Your Block
Most of us have never heard of Henri Labrouste. But we live in his New York.
- February 18, 2013 | The Classical Music Review
- The Man Nobody Knows
At Carnegie Hall, two peeks into the slow-cooking—and often stymied—genius of Osvaldo Golijov.
- February 11, 2013 | Intelligencer
- “Fine Instincts and Terrible Taste”
His triumphs came from his unrealized dreams.
- February 11, 2013 | The Classical Music Review
- Viva Las Verdi
Sure, this Rat Pack Rigoletto is a little gimmicky. It’s also great entertainment.
- January 28, 2013 | The Classical Music Review
- Attenzione, Big Opera
The Prototype festival took risks, some of which didn’t pay off—and all of which made it feel necessary.
- December 17, 2012 |
- 24. Because David Koch Couldn’t Buy the Election But Could Buy the Met Its New Fountains, Lincoln Center Its New Theater, and the City a Whole New Medical Infrastructure.
We’ll pass on your candidate, but thanks for the hospitals and museums.