Many visitors to Paris take in a cabaret. But it gives them a strange view of the city, women and what theater is, our critic says.
Paul French’s “City of Devils” is a narrative fiction of the “tawdry city” Shanghai before World War II.
Plus free workouts, free concerts and a group surf session in the Rockaways.
Mehanata, a Lower East Side favorite, gets a fashionable refresh on Ludlow Street.
A new rock opera explores the New York club scene in 1979, with special attention to the Mudd Club, a punk-rock dive in TriBeCa.
A how-to for one of the best city pools, and a doozy of a cultural event in Chinatown.
Skylar Fein’s new exhibition is part of a larger movement in the city to recognize, finally, the victims of the UpStairs Lounge fire in 1973.
Once America’s favorite troubled teen, treated with scorn and sexism, our greatest export reveals she’s in a better place now. (It’s called Lohan Beach House.)
A Seattle man agreed to watch over his grandfather’s artworks. They were not acclaimed or even known, but this was more about the promise than the art.