- 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.
- December 3, 2012 | Features
- A World of Improvements
Global traffic tweaks that can make urban streets safer, and some of the places they’re used.
- December 3, 2012 | Intelligencer
- The Blueprint
Post-Sandy, New York’s homeless problem is even more daunting. One building in Brooklyn shows how it might be solved.
- November 26, 2012
- Hamptons Chalet
The East End’s new Parrish Art Museum is an unexpected monument.
- November 19, 2012 | Feature
- Beating Time
Esa-Pekka Salonen makes old forms like concertos and symphonies sound fresh again.
- November 5, 2012 | The Classical Music Review
- Such Stuff As Dreams Are Made On
Thomas Adès’s The Tempest is an exemplary reminder of why we go to the opera.
- October 29, 2012 | Intelligencer
- Not Too Cool for a School
How one country used architecture to help boost test scores.
- October 29, 2012 | The Classical Music Review
- Bow on Top
Maya Beiser tackles four millenniums’ worth of female mistreatment in the “cello opera” Elsewhere.
- October 15, 2012 |
- From 0 to 12 Million Square Feet
In a few weeks, construction begins on New York’s largest development ever. Hudson Yards is handsome, ambitious, and potentially full of life. Should we care that it’s also a giant slab of private property? An exclusive preview.