XMAS!14 brings to light what many of us have known all along: Santa is obsessed with sex, and Jack Frost is depressed.
As spectral notes floated over the audience, a group sitting stage right was focused on the two dancers across from them. The arching back of one dancer was draped over another who pulled both bodies across the stage....
Seyd the King evaluated the three women who were presented to him, before swooping his arm in a grand gesture, fingers pinched to kiss his lips in approval....
Content Warning: The following piece contains mentions of sexual assault.
Hearts were warmed as CMTS’s “Pippin” reminded Columbia that finding fulfillment might not be so far-fetched
As Pippin made his final exit through the audience, young Theo turned back to the set. Dimmed lights were brought up again as he took center stage, and the experience of finding oneself was poised to begin once again....
Namibian Supreme Court Justice David Smuts delves into the law and politics of the apartheid in his new book
Appointed to the Supreme Court in 2015, Justice David Smuts has been a leading human rights lawyer in Namibia since before the country’s independence from South Africa in 1990....
Looking to get fancy before a night of flirty 1020 frolicking? Elis Wine Bar & Restaurant might just be the place for you. The new bar and restaurant, located at 1012 Amsterdam Ave. at 110th Street, opened on Sept. 9. Elis is open from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m....
Morningside Heights CSA program embarks on another season of vegetable cheer with student subsidies from CCSC
Updated Sept. 30 at 9:28 p.m.
For nights out or mornings after, a new eatery has infused Manhattan Valley with a delicious dose of Instagrammable flair. Tucked behind an unassuming dark gray facade, Nobody Told Me comes to life: A cursive neon logo illuminates the restaurant’s name against a white brick wall, positioned above a row of high-top leather booths, opposite a wooden bar and bold floral wallpaper....
Massawa reopens after yearlong renovation, with hopes of charming the community with more good eats and live music
Savory aromas and groovy music spill out of Massawa’s large open windows and onto the sidewalk, drifting up and down Amsterdam Avenue and enticing customers old and new. People stop by to inspect the newly renovated Eritrean-Ethiopian restaurant....