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West Village

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  • Q+LA Ellen Barkin

     
    Opinionated in a way only a dyed-in-the-wool Bronx native can be....
  • Fashion News: Cyndi Lauper and M.A.C. on World AIDS Day

     
    Cyndi Lauper works with M.A.C. on World AIDS Day. Karlie Kloss is named "The Body," a title formerly bestowed on Elle MacPherson....
  • Theater review: 'Stop Kiss' at the Lounge

     
    F. Kathleen Foley reviews 'Stop Kiss' at the Lounge Theatre....
  • Susan Spano's homecoming: Life unpacked, at long last

     
    Susan Spano: Travel writer Susan Spano returns to New York after eight years on the road and has a happy reunion with belongings long held in storage. Her new mantra? For this world traveler, home is where the stuff is....
  • New York Fashion Week: It's Opposite Day at Tommy Hilfiger's fall-winter menswear presentation

     
    The Friday showing of Tommy Hilfiger's fall-winter 2011 menswear collection felt like the the fashion week equivalent of Opposite Day. Fresh off last season's outsized 25th-anniversary bash in the cavernous tents at Lincoln Center, the designer chose to...
  • Hear Vin Diesel's 1986 rap collaboration with Arthur Russell

     
    Barring a collaboration between Will.i.am. and Sarah Palin, there are no two people less likely to have worked together than Vin Diesel and the late New York avant-garde genius Arthur Russell. One of them ranks among the world's biggest box-office......
  • NYFW: On your mark!

     
    I am in New York a little earlier than usual for the spring 2011 fashion shows because I didn't want to miss “Fashion’s Night Out -- The Show” at Lincoln Center. Spearheaded by Vogue, Tuesday's runway show, which is open......
  • Mike Kuchwara, AP's veteran theater critic, is dead

     
    Rest in peace Michael Kuchwara. AP's veteran theater critic died Saturday from complications of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis at the age of 63. I last saw Mike (a friend, so I'll avail myself of the liberty of calling him informally by......
  • Neil LaBute and company engage in filthy talk at Book Soup

     
    When Neil LaBute takes the floor, you can be sure that the evening is going to be filled with all sorts of dirty talk and creative swearing. On Sunday night at Book Soup, the provocative playwright did not disappoint his......
  • Magnolia Bakery opens on 3rd Street

     
    On hot, hot Saturday (so hot that the frosting on your cupcake might have melted faster than you could say red velvet) the long-awaited Magnolia Bakery opened. The bakery on the corner of 3rd and Orlando streets is the Los......
  • In Sunday books: This author's got U-Haul on speed dial

    In Sunday books: This author's got U-Haul on speed dial
    Brooke Berman makes a left off Sunset Boulevard onto Larrabee and begins to recount, warmly, a home she once occupied in West Hollywood. "This was one of the best apartments I've had in L.A.," she says as we approach a place a few blocks from Book Soup,...