by Catherine Cusset, an excerpt translated from the French by Armine Kotin Mortimer
DEC 18-JAN 19 | Fiction
Fifteen years later, New York has changed. The twin towers no longer fill the view when you cycle down Fifth Avenue or rollerblade toward Downtown beside the Hudson. The East Village, Alphabet City, and the Lower East Side have gentrified. The Williamsburg Bridge has been repaired and now leads on both sides to neighborhoods inhabited by trendy young people.
by MG Lee
MAR 2019 | Dance
While theres been a flourish of big name choreographers and residencies cropping up in Upstate New YorkStephen Petronio and Jonah Bokaer, among others emerging, local groups are also looking upstate for space and solitude to rehearse.