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Actors Choose 'Tootsie' As Top Film Of All Time

Countdowns of classic films are nothing new, and lots of them find Citizen Kane at the top of the list. But when the list is compiled from a poll of working actors, you’re bound to get a slightly different (although not that much) list of films. 96 more words


Through Sept. 20: Bronx Calling @ the Bronx Museum

July 9–September 20, 2015
Bronx Calling: The Third AIM Biennial
Bronx Museum, 1040 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY
Always free.
Open Thursdays–Sundays 11–6 and until 8 on Fridays. 298 more words


Review of King of Texas (incl. interview with Patrick Stewart!)

This is a short review I did for Time Out New York of the telefilm King of Texas, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s King Lear… 50 more words

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Top Rockabilly Parties

Rebel Night
Slick back your pompadour and fluff out that poodle skirt before heading to Otto’s Shrunken Head’s Rebel Night, where Japanese DJ Sei and his crew spin original 45s from the ’50s and ’60s, perfect for doing the jive, bop or stroll. 249 more words


Top Latin-Underground Parties


Specializing in Latin mash-ups from all over the Americas and Spain, Amylulita and Marcelo C. Baez’s long-running fiesta, Nacotheque, gets the crowd on the dance floor with baile funk, Spanish-sung new wave and old-school Central American punk, among other alt-Latin genres. 343 more words


After-Dark Inquiry: GiGi La Femme

GiGi La Femme, “the girl dreams are made of” and coproducer of the monthly burlesque extravaganza Revealed, loves to make temperatures rise higher than a midsummer heat wave—but there’s more to this Brooklyn pinup than teasing and pleasing. 51 more words


After-Dark Inquiry: Bonnie Dunn

The godmother of burlesque and producer of Le Scandal! Cabaret dishes on the show’s history, performing in Times Square and her dream for a sizzling reality show. 357 more words

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