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Arts and Culture Archive

November 9, 2006
It’s Not Exactly Brain Surgery

3 Lbs. joins Grey’s Anatomy in the sexed-up hospital genre: plenty of sin, skin, and scalpels.

November 20, 2006
Laugh Writer Standing

When the days grow short and dark, don’t you need a good chuckle?

November 20, 2006
Hip-Hop Hooray

Universes, the hip Bronx-based ensemble that pioneered the hip-hop theater movement, showcases its best work in a tenth-anniversary celebration.

November 20, 2006
Heat Me Up

These highlights from Latin American Culture Week may help you imagine you were someplace warmer.

November 20, 2006
An Hour in Chelsea

Three photographers show their stuff within a one-block radius.

November 3, 2006
Off-Broadway Jonnie Karp

Editor gets musical.

November 13, 2006
By Our Contributors: 'Spy: The Funny Years'

Editors and writers as well as readers still speak wistfully about Spy’s perfectly balanced, perfectly piquant cocktail of irony, brains, silliness, visual pizzazz, and reportorial ferocity.

November 13, 2006
The Mid-Range Party: Strings Attached

One space-squeezed Chelsea party gets redefined with a mild infusion of seventies kitsch and an elaborate, showstopping menu by David Burke.

November 13, 2006
The High-End Party: Gilded to Perfection

What to do with an Upper East Side apartment full of antiques and contemporary art? Put it all on the table.

November 13, 2006
Hairy Situation

As Diane Arbus in the quasi-biopic Fur, Nicole Kidman suffers from personality-deficit disorder.

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