Music Married to Film: The Magic of Nino Rota

BY GERALD BUSBY | Italian composer Nino Rota’s most haunting and iconic film scores are being presented in concert, July 27…

‘Tevye’ Serves Suitably ‘Raw’ Homage to the Greatest of Yiddish Writers

BY TRAV S.D. | In the middle of this year of grim golden anniversaries of assassinations, and riots and strife,…

You & Me and Mummenschanz: Troupe’s Vignettes Captivate, Amaze

BY TRAV S.D. If you’re like many people in my social media feeds, you periodically retreat from the sturm und…

A Cruel Summer of Supreme Consequences

BY MAX BURBANK Monday night, President Trump ended the suspense and gave Brett Kavanaugh the rose. It’s hard to say…

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Transit Sam: Week of July 19, 2018

Dates: Thursday, July 19 – Wednesday, July 25  ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE IN EFFECT ALL WEEK Immigration protests will be bigger this week Downtown. Bikes against Deportation will be cycling around the immigration court at Varick, Houston, Hudson and Clarkson Streets Thursday between 5…

Seaport Report: July 2018

BY JANEL BLADOW Our annual fireworks and party to celebrate the birthday of the U.S.A.…

Pet-à-porter

Posh puppy boutique adapts pet adoptions for concierge class BY Will Clifton  |  Interested in adopting a rescue pet, but intimidated by the prospect of a heart-rending trip to the pound? Then let Shelter Chic find you a bespoke best friend that meets your exact…

OP-ED: No good deed goes unpunished in de Blasio’s New York

BY ARTHUR PICCOLO Dec. 20, 1989, is a notable date in New York City history. America’s oldest public park, Bowling Green Park in Lower Manhattan, received a very special holiday season a gift that would become and is today legendary as a symbol of New…

Memorial procession honors NYPD personnel who died on — and after — 9/11

BY TEQUILA MINSKY Hundreds of bagpipers in their plaid tartan gathered at Zuccoti park on Sept. 9, before getting into formation for the 9/11 commemorative walk down Broadway around Battery Place, ending at the NYC Police Memorial at the northern end of South End Avenue.…

Art wars

Robert Janz: artist, poet, poster warrior BY DUSICA SUE MALESEVIC  |  The nature of New York street art is a constant battle for territory, and Robert Janz has been fighting for his space for years. “Are you ready to see me liberate my artwork?” Janz…