The Sad-Eyed Lady

It is the feel of the pages in your hand as you turn through the book as much as the image on the page that stirs something more than just passing interest in Zimmermann’s “The Sad-Eyed Lady.”

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Arts Guide: NYC’s Lower East Side

Once an infamous hub of artistic freedom and creative expression, home to Basquiat and Allen Ginsberg, the Lower East Side is hardly the ugly stepsister of Manhattan’s west side.

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Shakespeare: He’s Just Like Us

Aside from the whole ‘genius’ thing, Shakespeare was just a regular dude…kind of

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Yaa Gyasi has done it again with ‘Transcendent Kingdom’

For those who couldn’t put down Gyasi’s debut novel, ‘Homegoing’, ‘Transcendent Kingdom’ will not disappoint. 

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Party Like Its 1968: THE FACTORY

Samantha Cunha, producer of ‘THE FACTORY,’ an independent immersive theater experience, talks about bringing Andy Warhol’s story to life.

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Not Hallmark’s Holiday: Elizabeth Wetmore’s “Valentine”

Don’t expect candy hearts and love letters inside Elizabeth Wetmore’s debut novel. But do expect to be captivated.

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Conceptualizing the Consolarium

Musings on Amy Brener’s debut solo exhibition, on view now at Jack Barrett Gallery.

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Trick Mirror is a Treat

Reading this book felt as if Tolentino had read my mind over the past few years and transmitted my thoughts in a more succinct, intelligible and eloquent way.

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