What jams are rocking RZA's iTunes these days? And what beats are bumping in Albert Hammond Jr.'s ride?
What's happening in this week's 'New York'?
Should Olafur Eliasson stick to the rivers and the lakes that he's used to? Find out in this week's issue.
David Byrne’s Building Has Every Convenience, and Other Culture Highlights From This Week’s ‘New York’
Justin Davidson reviews a work that's right in his wheelhouse(s), Danny Elfman annotates a score, and Emma Rosenblum diagnoses the crazy ladies of reality TV.
Trespassing on the Set of the New Julia Roberts Movie and More Highlights From This Week's Culture Pages
Plus: More stuff from this week's magazine!
Plus: David Edelstein on Narnia, Sam Anderson on Chris Farley, and Jerry Saltz on Robert Rauschenberg.
Peter Olson is the last Don, Samantha Morton is Wonder Woman, and 'Reprise' is 'Speed Racer' for the bohemian intelligentsia.
What's happening in this week's issue of 'New York'?
Spike on how the Academy gives out awards "like the makeup call in basketball."
'New York' Magazine's profile of Nouvel's gorgeous 40 Mercer reveals the work of architecture's newest prizewinner.
And did Jonathan Rhys Meyers study Kim Jong Il before taking on the role?
An excerpt from Ben-Ner's highly praised video Stealing Beauty.
While putting together our Web-video special in this week's issue of the magazine, we tried to be as comprehensive as possible. But we're only human!
To celebrate our Web-video spectacular in the current issue, we called up Gretel, the Manhattan-based design studio of visual artist Greg Hahn, to have them make us this impressive animated pie chart.
Celebrities: so like us. They spend hours on YouTube too! To celebrate our online video special in this week's issue of New York, we asked Russell Simmons, Amy Sedaris, and The Office's Rashida Jones (along with some slightly-less-famous bloggers, artists, directors, advertising executives, professors, and comedians) what they've got bookmarked. The results may surprise you!
Who needs real TV?
"I always find the American theater is slightly locked in the nineteenth century."
Jeremy McCarter pans the revival. What did John Simon think of the original?
Our gorgeous slideshow explains how they made the follow-up to De La Guarda.
Vulture has full images of both pieces.
Jodie Foster's thoughts on thoughts on New York becoming a gentrified Disneyland, “some Westworld version for rich people.”
Here are Javier Bardem and Josh Brolin on the reticent charm of Tommy Lee Jones and the dangers of working with rabid animals.
In this week's issue of the magazine, former 'N Sync star Lance Bass talks to New York's Jada Yuan about battling the city's real-estate market (he's in town to appear in Hairspray on Broadway). But now Bass feels compelled to impugn our reporting, both on his MySpace page and in a statement to Vulture. See the statement and our refutation.
In this week's issue of New York, Jennifer Senior examines the Bravo network's reality-TV machine and the former contestants whose lives it's upended.
Okay, okay, Michael Cera really is a nice guy.