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Solange Knowles Meets Donald Sterling on an Elevator

Good thing she didn't have a pair of clippers in her hands.

Dances of Future Past

The Internet is the end of supply-side dancernomics.

In the Name of Michael, Broadway Battles Bullying

On Jan. 23, 11-year-old Michael Morones tried to hang himself from his bunk bed.

Breathing in Brittania

"Because I am an expatriate, I can begin to breathe."

8 Ways Artists Make Snow Less Miserable

Ice Palaces, penguins, pretty paintings and AT-ATs all warm the heart.

What’s With Guys Wearing Shorts in Winter?

They're growing in number, if not numb-er.

The YuletiPad

At least the needles won't fall off.

Hasidibike

Bill de Blasio's transportation plan really is for everyone.

9 “Hidden Performances” Around New York City

All over the city, non-traditional performances can surprise and delight.

Annoying @Actor_Friend is #SOBLESSED

How a Twitter account's poking fun at actors led to 10,000 followers and launching a new book.

Contest, Please? We’re Electing a Mayor

Like choruses of Kumbaya, only louder

Stripes, Stripes Everywhere, But Not a Stop to Think!

A ubiquitous fashion trend -- but should it be trending?

ArtsEd Comeback? Ravitch Rails at “The Reign of Error”

Truth or consequences, bluntly put.

Jack Hidary: A Mayoral Hopeful Who Gets ArtsEdTech

If you don't know Jack, you don't know Jack.

Comics About the Day the Towers Fell

Illustrated works will help make sure 9/11 is never forgotten.

My NYC Mayoral Dilemma: A Twenty-One-Ring Circus

Can Bloomberg just buy another four years?

5 Questions: Brecht Unchecked in Central Park

For something that makes sense, go to the urinal.

LIT Announces Political Endorsements; June 5 Press Event Set

The future of NYC independent theater is at stake.

Magnolia March: Artists Take a Peaceful Stand Against Violence

The traditional New Orleans-style funeral processional will organize on April 27 at Lincoln Center.

Tracey Emin Promises to Love You

For three minutes, at midnight, every night in February, in Times Square.
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