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Burlesque

  1. everyday sexism
    JetBlue Stops Passenger From Boarding Plane Because of Her Short ShortsWho wears short shorts? Not JetBlue passengers, apparently.
  2. Hey Big Spender
    Con Amore Cabaret Moves to Open in Red Hook, Sans Stripper PolesThe club’s owners swear the will keep things on the tasteful side.
  3. tenuous middleton mania
    Kate Middleton’s Stripping Second Cousin Is Shopping a Reality TV Show [Updated]Will they be tuning in at Kensington Palace? Probably not.
  4. burlesque
    Kristen Bell and Cher Are Text BuddiesOf course they are.
  5. Nightlife
    First Look at the Haberdasher, 5 Ninth’s New Third-Floor DrinkeryBurlesque, Fellini films, and drinks like the Cockeyed Fedora.
  6. francophile
    James Franco Sings CherOf course he does.
  7. clickables
    See Christina Aguilera Flub Some More Lines… on the ‘Burlesque’ blooper reel, of course.
  8. party chat
    James Franco Won’t Get to Dress Up Like Cher at the OscarsBruce Vilanch: “We had a great bit where James Franco was going to come on as Cher and be interrupted by [the real] Cher.”
  9. oscar race 2011
    How to Decode the 2011 ‘For Your Consideration’ AdsWhich represent realistic, serious campaigns, and which are windmill-tilting for a beloved star?
  10. Openings
    First Look at Affaire, Where Short Ribs Bourguignon Meet BurlesqueThe old China 1 space is reborn as a French restaurant and lounge.
  11. judgments
    Ed Koch Loves Cher, Doesn’t Think Christina Aguliera Is That HotThe former mayor of New York shares his thoughts on ‘Burlesque.’
  12. vulture lists
    The 14 Most Thankless Female Roles of the YearFrom ‘Prince of Persia’ to ‘The Social Network’ to ‘Sex and the City 2,’ bad parts were all around.
  13. golden globes
    Burlesque’s Golden Globe Odds Not Exactly Hurt by Free Concert and Free TripsThe Hollywood Foreign Press was wined and dined in an eyebrow-raising way.
  14. beauty marks
    Foot-Restructuring Surgery Gains Momentum; Cher’s Hair Is Bright OrangeAlso, Taylor Swift uses a Sharpie as eyeliner.
  15. lists
    The 7 Wackiest Things About the Golden Globe NominationsJohnny Depp vs. Johnny Depp, and nominations for ‘Burlesque’ among them.
  16. clickables
    See RuPaul’s Burlesque-Inspired Holiday CardThe ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ host plays both Cher and Christina.
  17. your box office explained
    Box Office: Tangled Can’t Beat Harry Potter’s LeftoversShock: Men skip ‘Burlesque.’
  18. beauty marks
    Purple Lipstick Is Having a Moment; Make Up For Ever Releases Burlesque LinePlus, Dior is using only Icelandic glacial water in its skin-care products.
  19. look of the day
    The Burlesque Premiere: Cher vs. Christina AguileraCher went short and sparkly, while Christina went strapless and flowy.
  20. clickables
    Hear the Full Burlesque SoundtrackSadly, no Stanley Tucci ballads.
  21. clickables
    See a Clip of Christina Aguilera’s Saucy ‘Express’ PerformanceShe’s really working that Jazz Hand Snap.
  22. clickables
    Hear Cher’s Emotional New Burlesque BalladHere’s “You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me Yet.” Feelings!
  23. clickables
    Watch a Full Scene From BurlesqueHi, Stanley Tucci!
  24. clickables
    Listen to ‘Express,’ Christina Aguilera’s New Single From Burlesque“Show a little leg, gotta shimmy your chest.”
  25. clickables
    Burlesque Trailer Two: Still BurlesqueySo, will Christina Aguilera become a successful burlesque star or not? The mystery remains. (No, it doesn’t.)
  26. visual analysis
    Why the Burlesque Movie Poster Looks FamiliarIncluding those for ‘Cabaret,’ ‘The Rose,’ and ‘The Real L Word.’
  27. trailer mix
    Burlesque Is Going to Be So Much Better Than GlitterAnd that is not meant to be damning with faint praise.
  28. movies
    See a Video of Star Wars BurlesqueAh, sexy Chewbacca.
  29. vulture on set
    Pics: Christina Aguilera on the Set of BurlesqueSee photos from the set of Aguilera’s new movie, ‘Burlesque.’
  30. Mediavore
    Food Pantries vs. Neighbors; The Caloric Horrors of Movie FoodPlus: American obesity grows, and Moldovans use alliums to ward off swine flu, all in our morning news roundup.
  31. the industry
    Jason Lee to Try On Blue Suede ShoesPlus: Winnie Mandela gets a biopic! The Mol strikes again! And it’s curtains for ‘Oleanna’!
  32. the industry
    David Cronenberg to Make The Fly AgainPlus: Sam Raimi! RZA! Leaf Men!
  33. the industry
    Cher: EverywherePlus: Jessica Simpson! Kid Rock! John Grisham!
  34. the industry
    Ben Stiller Being Used AgainPlus: More ‘Inception’ details, and Christina Aguilera headed to the silver screen.
  35. Le Scandale
    Cops, Not Just the Neighbors, Are on the Box’s CaseThe Porcelain Twinz give their first interview after ratting out the Box on their MySpace page.
  36. Le Scandale
    Pervy Performers Accuse the Box of Everything Imaginable, and Then SomeBox honcho Simon Hammerstein is accused of abusing his dog, keeping in-house prostitutes, sexual harassment, and pressuring a couple of sisters into a threesome.
  37. Back of the House
    Cheap Lobsters, Dancing Girls Join Gordon Ramsay As Harbingers of DoomSigns that a seafood restaurant may be in trouble, in order of severity: adding a $20 whole lobster to the menu; adding a free burlesque show; having Gordon Ramsay come into your restaurant to torment you for his reality-TV show, Kitchen Nightmares. We knew about number three, but now it turns out, via Metromix, that symptoms one and two have appeared at Black Pearl, the troubled seafood restaurant across from Hill Country. And you know what? Conditions sound pretty damn entertaining. As long as Ramsay, the burlesque show, and the lobster aren’t physically connected in any way. Black Pearl Lobster & Burlesque Tuesdays [Metromix NY] Related: Gordon Ramsay to Inflict ‘Kitchen Nightmare’ on Black Pearl
  38. NewsFeed
    Neighbors Take the Riding Crop to Forty Deuce During an hour-long debate at last night’s Community Board 2 meeting, Ivan Kane didn’t get much love for Forty Deuce, construction of which he says he halted after the CB rescinded its initial recommendation to approve a liquor license. Among his statements that were met with jeers: “There are only eight bars within a 500-foot radius” (neighbors counted twenty), “The ticketed entry fee is sometimes $10” (“Your burgers are $10!”), “There are layers [regarding the dancers’ costumes]” (“What does that mean?”), “I felt this was a community that welcomed artists” (“Oh, please!”).
  39. cultural capital
    Why, Yes, We Can Show You an Underground Burlesque Show Been looking for an underground burlesque show that operates weekly at undisclosed locations around the city? We can’t tell you where the Blushing Diamond Revue is — though it’s definitely not in the garment district right now — but we can show you what you’re missing. Emcee Norman assures us that this is a traditional burlesque: “all the girls are girls.” Are they! Miss Harvest Moon strips while hula-hooping, one dancer’s pasties go flying, and the crowd cheers all the old-timey fun. Want to find the show for yourself? First, watch the video. The Blushing Diamond Revue [Video] Sex and Love [NYM]
  40. cultural capital
    Dinner at Deitch: It’s All Legs and Breasts Most dinner parties don’t kick off with the hostess stripping to fishnets. But at Soho’s tony Deitch Projects art gallery Saturday night, barely dressed was the dress code — for at least some guests. About 100 people turned out for a medieval-style banquet hosted by performance artist Julie Atlas Muz in honor of the “stars of the New York burlesque world,” according Jeffrey Deitch. The food was Flintstone-size turkey legs, giant bowls of Brussels sprouts, ham hocks, and fruit, all served amid overactive fog machines. Seated at the groaning tables: a coterie of directors (Michel Gondry, Darren Aronofsky), art worlders (artists Jack Pierson, Brooklyn Museum head Arnold Lehman), plus stars Tatum O’Neal and Bambi the Mermaid. It was not your typical gallery party.
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