Happy Internet Week New York

Written by Carib Guerra on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive, Technology

images Internet Week 2012 (#IWNY) kicked off yesterday morning and boy is it fun! Who doesn’t love hanging out with a ton of nerds and nerd enthusiasts? Trick question! There’s nobody here but us, and we’re milling around the #IWNY SOHO epicenter in the millions (of bytes of bandwidth usage. Seriously. The Internet speed here is [&hellip
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Hard Work

Written by Doug Strassler on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive

Doug Strassler on Matthew Broderick’s new Broadway offering Nice Work If You Can Get It Remember a few months ago that Honda commercial featuring Matthew Broderick retracing his steps as the iconic high school skipper Ferris Bueller? It’s not every day a fifty-year-old gets to play a young whippersnapper, especially in show biz. Kathleen Marshall’s [&hellip
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Grove Press Founder Honored at Cooper Union

Written by Matt Harvey on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive

Early yesterday evening, literary professionals, academics and devoted readers poured into Cooper Union’s auditorium for what was billed as a “celebration of the life and work” of the late Barney Rosset, who died on Feb. 21, 2012. The publishing genius is widely recognized as almost single-handedly breaking the shackles which defined post-war American fiction. Here’s [&hellip
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The Visceralist: Sons of Essex

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The Visceralist, our new nightlife contributor, gives us the low down on the new Lower East Side joint Sons of Essex. Sons of Essex 133 Essex Street (btw Rivington & Stanton) NYC, NY 10002 (212) 674-7100 Bathroom situation – Visceralist recently used the adjective “swanky” in a conversation with two art school seniors. They had [&hellip
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A Lower Calling

Written by Doug Strassler on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive

There’s a great star to be found in Leap of Faith – and it isn’t Raul Esparza   Somewhere, 1992 is laughing its ass off. Sister Act, which hit screens almost exactly twenty years ago, is a solid Main Stem hit, while two less-successful films also released that same year – Newsies and Leap of [&hellip
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