Posts Tagged ‘Arts’

The Beat of a New York Heart

Written by Our Town Downtown on . Posted in Arts & Film, Arts Our Town Downtown, Music, Our Town Downtown

Every good love story deserves a soundtrack; here’s one tailor-made for New York City with blissful beginnings and happy endings. PJ Harvey, “Good Fortune” Taken from her New York-inspired album, Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea, Harvey practically gushes while name-checking Chinatown and Little Italy as unanticipated places of romantic discovery. Maxwell, “Gotta [&hellip
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Book of Mormon Takes it Home: A Sit Down with Trey Parker & Robert Lopez

Written by Noah Wunsch on . Posted in Arts & Film, NY Press Exclusive, Theater

mormon-blog480 The 54th Grammy’s are coming up, and while we’re excited that the awards are starting to recognize more alternative acts like Bon Iver, Skrillex and The Decemerbists, there’s really only one nom we’re interested in and that’s… Best Musical Theater Album? OH YEAH! Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Robert Lopez, the men behind The Book [&hellip
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2012 TV Season Preview

Written by Doug Strassler on . Posted in Arts & Film, TV

smashphoto Which Mid-Season Replacements Have the Stuff to Make It? Well, it’s Act 2 for the 2011-2012 TV season, a year that’s seen the launch of successful series like New Girl, acclaimed ones like Homeland, and the demise of others like Free Agents.  Which new ones have a shot, and which are not so hot? I [&hellip
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High Art

Written by Our Town Downtown on . Posted in Arts & Film, Museums, Our Town Downtown

06_See.High_.LineArt The High Line adds public art to its neighborhood offerings By Lonnie Firestone A great city is often marked by its confluence of architecture and nature. A century and a half ago in Manhattan, that combination created Central Park; today’s incarnation is The High Line, running from Gansevoort to West 34th Street near the West [&hellip
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High Art

Written by Marissa Maier on . Posted in Arts & Film, Museums

The High Line adds public art to its neighborhood offerings | By Lonnie Firestone A great city is often marked by its confluence of architecture and nature. A century and a half ago in Manhattan, that combination created Central Park; today’s incarnation is The High Line, running from Gansevoort to West 34th Street near the [&hellip
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