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Lesli Klainberg has been named executive director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center. She had been serving as interim executive director since December, when Rose Kuo stepped down as executive director. The Film Society also announced Friday that
Courtesy of Film Society of Lincoln Center Rob Reiner The legendary director will be feted at the 41st annual event in April. Rob Reiner will be honored at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's 41st Annual Chaplin Award Gala, it was announced Tuesday.
BCBG has the winning formula for fashion and they've been presenting it over and over again on the runway for two decades. They bring enough edge to attract the industry's top editors. They're also the first show out of hundreds so
Share this article New York Fashion Week kicked off its first day rife with changes, confusion and utter chaos. Attendees weigh in on whether the updates were good for fashion's big week--or bad. Reuters Let's just say it's icier inside New York
Top designers Tracy Reese, Michael Kors and Diane von Furstenberg have joined the parade of fashionistas leaving the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week tents in Damrosch Park, joining exiles Carolina Herrera, Tommy Hilfiger, Oscar de la Renta and Vera Wang.
Opera La Descente d'Orphee aux Enfers' (Friday and Sunday) For Gotham Chamber Opera's second production of the season, Charpentier's shining opera on the Orpheus myth, the company teams with the experienced early-music forces of Trinity Wall Street
December 27, 2013 The close of the year is a time for many things: cozy reunions, warm nostalgia, extravagant splurges. If you're Wynton Marsalis, artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center, it's also a time to set up shop in a smallish room and get
Opera La Descente d'Orphee aux Enfers' (Wednesday, next Friday and Jan. 5) For Gotham Chamber Opera's second production of the season, Charpentier's shining opera on the Orpheus myth, the company teams with the experienced early-music forces of
Opera Falstaff' (Saturday and next Friday) Robert Carsen's insightful, affecting and hilarious new production of this Verdi opera shifts the setting from the time of Henry IV to England in the 1950s, which taps into the melancholic resonances of this
Eric Alexander Quartet (Monday through Wednesday) For the kickoff of Countdown: A John Coltrane Festival, presented for the third year at Smoke, Eric Alexander, a neatly pressed but rigorous tenor saxophonist, teams up as usual with Harold Mabern, a