Issue 384

Ms. Behavior©: Haiku Advice

Dear Readers:

For all the years that Ms. Behavior has been answering letters from her lovely readers, her impulse has been to respond to questions in a very detailed manner. However, it is impossible to tell if detailed answers convey more benefit than simple ones. Does an analytical response offer more comfort, or is a short and to-the-point answer actually sometimes more helpful? Perhaps we’ll find out. Read the rest of this entry »

Trolín

illuminate

Produced by Mike Hnida
Hair & Makeup by Adam Lang
Photography by Mike Hnida, Lavender Studios
Models: Chad, Jack
Clothing & Jewelry provided by Bloomingdale’s Read the rest of this entry »

Joe’s Garage

If the restaurant’s name doesn’t conjure up visions of elegant tables and exotic delights, then owner Joe Kaplan is quite content, thank you very much. Joe’s Garage attracts a different kind of crowd: sophisticated, yet wholly unpretentious. They’re the sort of foodies who secretly prefer braunschweiger to foie gras, believing that good food seldom derives any benefit from being stacked vertically or processed into foam. Read the rest of this entry »

RENT Returns

Featuring Cast of Local Band Performers

It has been 14 years since the death of Jonathan Larson, as well as the Broadway launch of the landmark rock musical he left behind. RENT, for which he posthumously won the Tony Award for Best Musical and the Pulitzer Prize for Best Play, resonated with a younger generation, because of its direct portrayal of queerness, interracial love, economic collapse, addiction, and HIV/AIDS. It signified, despite conventional market wisdom, that mainstream America was not only willing but also hungry for a juicy inquiry into these subjects. Read the rest of this entry »

« Previous Page
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!