Greetings! Apologies for the post-thanksgiving-lull in this series, you may also be trying to get over. Before we get to all the end-of-year lists we’ve still got some time to enjoy the present moment and get to some shows (we can still do that all the time anyway, but our list is excellent, I promise).
If you prefer Silent Night, Deadly Night, Black Christmas, and the BBC’s A Ghost Story for Christmas to Love Actually, head over to Film Noir Cinema next Tuesday. They’re hosting a book release party for Yuletide Terror: Christmas Horror on Film and Television where contributors will be discussing Christmas horror films: long-standing traditions have found […]
As you undoubtedly know, the City and the MTA plan to close the L Train for nearly all of 2019 and part of 2020. We’re just 16 months away, and they still haven’t announced how they’re going to handle the 15-month closure, which will affect an estimated 200,000 to 250,000 riders. Representatives from the MTA claim they simply […]
The crazy people at Two Trees are moving forward with designs that were approved on November 28. The plans will now involve a bizarre glass dome and a return for the historic Domino Sugar sign. Construction is set to be completed by 2020. A developer will transform the old Domino Sugar factory’s landmarked refinery building […]
Welp, the lists are officially out, and while I don’t necessarily object to semi-major sources pumping out their year-enders before December—SEO is an early-bird’s worm, after all—you won’t find one here for at least another two weeks. In other words, keep your eyes peeled and pants on. It’s coming, but as with everything in this […]