A Brooklyn Tribute to Hip Hop Icon

By JONATHAN GOMEZ Hip-Hop has had many legendary artists die to soon and On February 10, 2006, Detroit native James Dewitt Yancey, aka J Dilla, was one of them. It…
Art and a touch of madness in Bushwick

Art and a touch of madness in Bushwick

By KATHERINE LLOYD The rumbling of the elevated J train echoes along Brooklyn’s Broadway in the neighborhood where Bedford-Stuyvesant meets Bushwick. A few blocks over from the Halsey Street stop…
Remembering Columnist Mike McAlary

Remembering Columnist Mike McAlary

By CLAUDIO MARTINO  Despite mixed reviews by audiences and critics alike, Nora Ephron's “Lucky Guy” has been extended and continues to fill seats in the Broadhurst Theatre, grossing more than…

American Students in Paris

Video journalist Virgilia Hess goes home to France and discovers what American students studying in Paris think about the experience.
Getting a Leg Up in Rockette Auditions

Getting a Leg Up in Rockette Auditions

By ROBERT GARCIA The dancers were led into elevators by a security guard yelling “good luck!” from the West 55th Street entrance of Radio City Music Hall. The young women…

Why audiences flock to The Flea

By CLAUDIO MARTINO Dominic Spillane chuckled as he recalled the story of The Flea’s founding. The Flea is a small theater located at 41 White St. in SoHo. Lacking any…