Hoopla with Hoop

By Robert Heide and John Gilman We first encountered Hoop with party promoter bon vivant man-about-town and New York Post Page Six reporter Baird Jones […]

Strokes of Genius

“Strokes of Genius is a new play about the abstract expressionist painters Lee Krasner, Elaine de Kooning, and Helen Frankenthaler, who struggled to be recognized […]

The Back Of House

Curated by Fernanda Uribe & Matteo Prodani Line cooking done well is a beautiful thing to watch. It’s a high-speed collaboration resembling, at its best, […]

The Right Pick

By Gabriela Beavers and Teddy Capsis There is no feeling quite like the crisp air and tranquility of the West Village on an early Saturday […]


Summer is generally a quieter time for openings and closings, but this month was surprisingly busy. A heat wave in July meant that not as […]

Finding Gaia in Gotham

By Lynn Pacifico I follow the old religion, a spiritual practice that experiences divinity within nature and perceives nature as the sacred feminine or the […]

Blue Monday

By Robert Heide Many years ago Lee Paton, first in America to present Eugene Ionesco’s The Bald Soprano and Jack with Salome Jens at the […]