Tag Archives: New York City

Taxi Driver: 40 Thoughts for 40 Years

Taxi Driver may be the most important American film, and 40 years later, it still talks to us. Continue reading

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I AM A BEAUTIFUL AND TALENTED WOMAN

One drastic move, a suicide attempt, and in the psych ward Amanda Nazario learns more about life than death, love than loss. Continue reading

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Where There’s Smoke

Tom Gualtieri digs through the muck surrounding the Aaron Schock and Chris Christie scandals…and it ain’t unicorn poop. Continue reading

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I Love New York, Crazy City: The Triumph of Isa Genzken

Tragedy and triumph in New York about New York – Jennifer Kabat on Isa Genzken’s hallucinatory take on the city and the world at MoMA. Continue reading

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Loud Talkers & Slow Walkers: A Curmudgeon’s Diary

Tom Gualtieri’s inner curmudgeon has his day in New York. Continue reading

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GODDAMN DOGS

It’s not a dog’s life. No, but as a dog walker Amanda Nazario gets a new view of life, love and the city… Continue reading

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Not A Drop To Drink

Living in the Catskills can feel like a colonial territory belonging to NYC. Jennifer Kabat looks at what the city does in pursuit of clean water. Continue reading

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