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Time Out New York — The biggest shock about Ouija, the latest board-game-to-movie adaptation, might be that Hasbro took so long to make it happen. The spirit-summoning parlor toy...
Oct 24, 2014

My review of Ouija, the horror movie that does for flossing what Jaws did for sharks (ok, not really)

Pseudo-Chum | Neo-Futurarium | Time Out Chicago — Photograph: Daniel Neumann Aaron Lawson, Carolyn Benjamin and Sean Benjamin in Pseudo-Chum at the Neo-Futurists Neo-Futurists. Written and directed by Sean and Carolyn Benjamin. With ensemble cast. Running time: 1hr 20mins; no intermission. Theater review by Kevin Thomas The Neo-Futurists smoothly execute a complicated premise with their usual energy in Pseudo-Chum, even if the play itself ends up lost in a problem of its own creation.
Oct 24, 2014

Review: Three parallel stories swim in choppy waters in the @neofuturists' Pseudo-Chum.

Spooks in the Park — Spooks in the Park - Centennial Park will be overrun with ghosts, goblins and ghouls for the return of the park's...
Oct 24, 2014

RT @SydneyTimeOut: Centennial Park will be overrun with ghosts and goblins today for the return of the popular Spooks in the Park

Hugh Jackman, Straight White Men and Metropolitan Opera for cheap — By David CotePosted: Friday October 24 2014, 5:23 pm We're going to make this nice and simple: There are some excellent ticket offers you should have on your radar. But they're coming fast, space is limited and you best plan ahead. You're welcome in advance. Here we go.

Devil's Day Off | Signal Ensemble Theatre | Time Out Chicago — Photograph: Johnny Knight Nelson Rodriguez and Steven Stinson in Devil's Day Off at Signal Ensemble Theatre Signal Ensemble Theatre. By Jon Steinhagen. Directed by Ronan Marra. With ensemble cast. Running time: 1hr 30mins; no intermission.
Oct 24, 2014

Review: Devil's Day Off, a heat wave depicted in 50 micro-scenes, is ambitious but lukewarm @SignalEnsemble.

Dog friendly restaurants and bars to bring your pet to in NYC — If your hound finds leashes so restricting, duck into this dive bar, where dogs can roam free and snack on goodies from the treat-dispensing gum-ball machine. While your furry companion sniffs it up (that's how dogs live it up, duh), play shuffleboard and work your way through the 20 beers on tap.
Oct 24, 2014

I'm taking a break from #ebola coverage to post this list of dog-friendly bars in NYC. Thank you @TimeOutNewYork!…