In this issue: The rivalry between the Whitney and the Brucennial comes to a close, Bryan Cranston is LBJ, and Brian Sanders’ JUNK is on display. And let’s not forget the interview with Elijah Wood.
In this week’s issue, David Salazar writes about a Latin American cultural center that’s celebrating a birthday and facing a steep rent hike, Chancellor Agard reviews season two of “The Americans,” and Alex Warrick features two alumnae’s theater company’s first production.
This week, Eva Kalikoff, Deborah Secular, and Channing Prend look into the Apollo Theater’s storied history, Chris Browner reviews the Metropolitan Opera’s “Werther,” and Nour Jaquemet talks to the founders of the NYC Vegetarian Food Festival.
In this weekend’s issue, Zoë Miller takes a look at a theater fest that showcases 30 different original plays, Alexandra does double dance duty reviewing the Royal New Zealand Ballet and featuring Jessica Lang dance, and Isabelle Rabin talks to Miss J of “Project Runway” fame about Pratt’s “Black
In this issue of Weekend, Sarah Roth looks at the past and present of New York’s graffiti scene, and we're the first in the city to give you the lowdown on ‘Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man.’ Ryan Veling also explores Bay Ridge and you can set sail with the new production of ‘Billy Budd
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