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When you read an interview with, say, Tina Fey or Kristen Wiig, you know that you're in for a few laughs. And when you can watch a interview with a comedy star? Even better. But the very best form of comedy Q & A? Web series in which funny people interview each other. From Zach Galifianakis' Between Two Ferns to Joan Rivers' In Bed With Joan, check out this round-up of our favorite interview series in which comedians ask the questions... and other comedians answer them! More»
[Photo via] After nearly 80 years in the wiener biz, NYC's legendary purveyor of hot dogs is about to do what any respectable establishment looking to expand would: on May 18, SBE opens a Papaya King in Hollywood. How will this NYC institution once prominently featured on an episode of "Seinfeld", wherein Kramer cannot resist the King's delicious dogs while in line to see the film Checkmate, translate here once it receives the SBE treatment? More»
Haven't figured out what to be for Halloween yet? Same here. But we can help you narrow down your options if you're feeling overwhelmed. Last week when Aqua Lounge hosted the at the Science Fiction News Costume Launch Party, costumes were plentiful and wide-ranging, none of which were particularly great ideas, and nothing we haven't seen before. Consider this your guide to what not to be this year. More»
New York City's most famous purveyor of soup, made famous after he inspired Jerry Seinfeld's "Soup Nazi" character on the popular TV show, reopened his original Manhattan stall yesterday on West 56th near 8th Ave. But the original soup nazi, Al Yeganeh did not show up for the celebrations. More»
We didn't want to believe it either, but hear us out on this one: George Costanze might just be the most accurate predictor of fashion trends, like, ever. Acne Polo? He called it. Uniqlo windbreakers? George was wearing them first. And the plaid...don't forget about the plaid. More»
Wednesday, May 22
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.