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Summer Expectations

by 05/26/2003
Neighborhood: Tribeca

Think about the glory of planning a summer. The forward-looking nature of the

Kate Millett Versus Elizabeth Wurtzel at the 10th St. Lounge

by 05/24/2003
Neighborhood: East Village

From stage right strode a silver-maned woman.

by Thomas Beller 05/22/2003
Neighborhood: SoHo

Adrian Dannatt's Heavy Conceptual Lifting

Notes From the New East Harlem

by 05/22/2003
Neighborhood: East Harlem

Finally Validated by the Times

side stage and backstage at the jicks may 15 Irving Plaza

by the man with the funny camera 05/17/2003
Neighborhood: Gramercy Park

side stage on the second of two shows, and the scene upstairs in the dressing room

Evan’s Ramp

by 05/16/2003
Neighborhood: Dumbo

A skate session commences.

The Ghost of Rem Koolhaas

by the man with the funny camera 05/13/2003
Neighborhood: Greenwich Village

The very visible man goes briefly into the ether

Forts and Fortifications

by 05/11/2003
Neighborhood: Across the River, Multiple

I was a fat, strange kid for whome Forts were very important. My parents used to drive from our upstate New York home to the Big Apple twice a year. For my parents those visits meant fine dining and Broadway shows . For me however, those visits meant Forts. Yes. Forts. I was interested in […]

The Return of John Starks

by Thomas Beller 05/07/2003
Neighborhood: Uncategorized

This phrase - "most definitely" - was for a period of time the touchstone of everything John Starks said.

Why Pay $36.09 for Rancid Chicken?

by 05/07/2003
Neighborhood: Upper West Side

Finance and Fetid Fowl

Saying Goodbye to Myself

by 05/07/2003
Neighborhood: Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights

I met her on the Brooklyn Heights promenade the day I turned thirty. “Pardon me, but would’ja help me up?” she said, holding out a gloved hand. The stains on the polyester were yellow, the rest of the glove so white it was vein-blue, the color of cheap wedding dresses. I rose from the bench […]

The Auditioners

by 05/06/2003
Neighborhood: Manhattan

They sat in a semi circle and interrogated the parade of optimists with their gaze.