Author Archive

Louis and Lucille Armstrong’s Creole Red Beans and Rice

A recipe courtesy of Louis Armstrong House Museum.

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Ways to Spend a Virtual Day With Louis Armstrong

More than 40 years after Louis Armstrong’s death, it’s possible to spend a virtual day with him in New York, including a visit to Armstrong’s longtime home in Queens, now a museum.

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Movie Review: ‘Ping Pong Summer,’ Michael Tully’s Nostalgic Comedy

Michael Tully’s “Ping Pong Summer” centers on a teenager and his family’s seaside vacation in Ocean City, Md., three decades ago.

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Movie Review: ‘Trust Me’ Stars Clark Gregg as a Hollywood Agent

“Trust Me,” written and directed by Clark Gregg, stars Mr. Gregg as a scuffling, obsequious agent specializing in child actors.

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Movie Review: ‘Willow Creek,’ a Good Old Hunt for Sasquatch

“Willow Creek” is a work of restraint rarely seen from its writer and director, Bobcat Goldthwait.

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Spare Times for June 6-12

A guide to street fairs, parades, literary events, performances and walking tours in New York City.

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Spare Times for Children for June 6-12

A listing of cultural events for children, teenagers and families.

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Museum & Gallery Listings for June 6-12

A critical guide to exhibitions and installations in New York.

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Dance Listings for June 6-12

A critical guide to performances in New York City.

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Classical & Opera Listings for June 6-12

A critical guide to classical music performances in New York City.

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