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Jan 29, 2015

Woooo can't wait! RT @SydneyTimeOut We chat with the brilliant @caribouband ahead of his Laneway/Opera House shows

Hudson Common wins Time Out New York's Big Cheesy smackdown — Last weekend, among a sea of cheesy contenders, Hudson Common took the top honors at the fifth-annual Big Cheesy smackdown, hosted by Time Out New York and Openhouse Gallery.
Jan 29, 2015

My-corner-bodega-at-2-am was robbed! RT @TimeOutNewYork Find out who won the title of Best Grilled Cheese in NYC

Milk Bar debuts at Madison Square Park with two new winter-warming drinks — Though Snowpocalypse may have been a disappointment, New Yorkers can get their hopes up for Christina Tosi's Madison Square Park premiere. Milk Bar, the sweet annex in David Chang's Momofuku empire, is launching its first pop-up this weekend with two never-before-sipped drinks to warm our winter-chilled bellies.
Jan 28, 2015

Cereal milk hot cocoa!!! MT @TimeOutNewYork: @momomilkbar is launching new Madison Sq pop-up on Sat with 2 new drinks

Brooklyn — Even in 1952, all of the cool kids lived in Brooklyn. Unfolding like a Nicholas Sparks remake of The Immigrant, John Crowley's Brooklyn is a lightweight historical romance about a young Irish woman caught in a transatlantic love triangle.
Jan 28, 2015

BROOKLYN: Fun, too expensive for its budget, filled with beautiful people & accurately titled. My review:… #Sundance

Let the Right One In — This stage version of the 2004 Swedish horror novel and screenplay (both by John Ajvide Lindqvist) pulls off three rarities in the theater: presenting vampires as fully believable (not laughable) monsters; casting adult actors as plausible teens; and scaring the bejesus out of an audience.

Son of a Gun | review, synopsis, book tickets, showtimes, movie release date | Time Out London — When beardy bad-ass prisoner Brendan (Ewan McGregor) rescues new kid on the block JR (Brenton Thwaites) from a rival gang of shower-block thugs in an Australian...
Jan 28, 2015

RT @TimeOutFilm: REVIEW: We're liking Ewan MacGregor's choices - next up Jesus, but this week he's a bearded bruiser in SON OF A GUN:…

Our five favorite Sundance movies so far — The (non)blizzard may be (non)pounding on NYC, but this year's Sundance Film Festival is in full swing with many East Coasters trapped for at least another day. Even though we're only at the halfway mark, a handful of films have dominated the conversation.

The Forbidden Room — Welcome to , an exhilarating slipstream of two-strip technicolor havoc that feels like an exquisite corpse assembled from every leftover idea that filmmaker Guy Maddin has ever had. A dense quilt of nested scenes that were allegedly pulled from the cinema's great abandoned films, The Forbidden Room never proves that Maddin is reanimating "real" lost projects, but how real can a film be if it was never shot?

The Difficult to Name Reading Series — It may have been difficult to name, but this monthly book extravaganza has no trouble lining up excellent writers. The late-January installment brings in nine talented...
Jan 27, 2015

Hey, NYC: I’m reading in SoHo this Saturday with some great folks.…

Children's theater and family-friendly plays in Chicago — Stage shows for tots, tweens and families Want to look cool to your favorite pipsqueak (and adult friends, too)? Introduce them to Barrel of Monkeys' joyously long-running public show. The troupe conducts writing workshops with CPS grade school students by day, then transforms the kids' stories into hilarious or heartfelt skits and songs, performed with abandon by a spirited ensemble.
Jan 27, 2015

Just updated: Our guide to children's theater and family-friendly plays in Chicago.

Me & Earl & the Dying Girl — The Citizen Kane of teen cancer tearjerkers, Alfonso Gomez-Rejon's Me & Earl & the Dying Girl is like The Fault in Our Stars remade for Criterion Collection fetishists.
Jan 28, 2015

@mimbale yeah. i know, but – as always – wise to reserve judgement until you see it. my review:…

Wonderland, Alice's Rock & Roll Adventure — Director Rachel Rockwell and composer Michael Mahler take Lewis Carroll's Alice for a walk on the wild side of Wonderland in Chicago Children's Theatre's rockin'...
Jan 27, 2015

Casting annc'ed for Rachel Rockwell/Michael Mahler's rock & roll Wonderland @ChiChildTheatre:

Restaurants and bars roll out snow-day specials for Winter Storm Juno — The snowpocalypse is upon us, but even a two-foot blanket of snow across Gotham won't stop some New Yorkers from braving the slushy streets.
Jan 27, 2015

yo guys: @MEATBALLERS is doing 2-for-1 hot buttered rum all night! get blizzard bae out of the house… @TimeOutNewYork

It’s official! London’s favourite tube station is… — WESTMINSTER! That's right, as much as we all love to bang on about how great things were in the good old days - vinyl jukeboxes, musty bookshops, buildings full of asbestos - Londoners have gone and voted the industro-futuristic, spaceport-esque Westminster tube station its favourite in all of London.

New Yorkers take to Craigslist to find some blizzard romance with snow day cuddle buddies — There are a few things you can always expect to see when NYC hunkers down to wait out a storm: long lines at the liquor store, subway platforms that look like a scene from World War Z and last-minute personal ads on Craigslist looking for some freaky weather companionship.
Jan 27, 2015

RT @TimeOutNewYork: New Yorkers take to Craigslist to find "blizzard romance" and "snow day cuddle buddies"

Great restaurants and bars that are open during Snowpocalypse 2015 — Okay, so it was the blizzard that wasn't, but hey, at least you got a snow day out of it. One perk of this not-so-snowpocalypse, aside from the snow-day specials around NYC, is that plenty of restaurants and bars are back up and running today, so you can stop trying to cobble a meal together out of the condiments in your fridge.

Taken At Midnight — The story of German lawyer Hans Litten is not as well-known as it ought to be. Mark Hayhurst's new play strives to fix that, by telling of the remarkable moment when Litten stood up to Adolf Hitler, and his subsequent, terrible punishment for it.

Giles Coren on mindfulness: ‘It is cynical capitalist techno smegma’ — Take a deep breath as Giles Coren gives the cult of 'mindfulness' a piece of his mind. We have heard an awful lot about mindfulness lately. It's the Buddhism-lite craze from the States which promotes brief, non-religious meditation as a way of coping with stress, depression and the general shitness of life.

Ample Hills launches Super Bowl flavors just in time for the blizzard — Just as massive blankets of snow sweep over the city, artisanal ice cream parlor Ample Hills Creamery is unleashing even more cold on New Yorkers: two new flavors for the Super Bowl. Inspired by Sunday's tête-à-tête, the scoop shop created themed flavors for fans of both teams, including the Caffeine High for Seahawks devotees, made with coffee ice cream and Seattle's Dilettante chocolate-covered espresso beans and mocha flakes.