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Posts Tagged : Le Poisson Rouge

Bach and the Romantics, Dickens at 200, the Soul of Tango, and more.

Performa 11, the 4th edition of the biennial of visual art performances, showcases new works by more than 100 artists. That and more in this week's top picks.

Chile peppers spice up the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, plus High Line photography, Angélique Kidjo, and more.

For devotees of new music, the past few weeks have presented almost too many choices in New York. The predominant composer is probably Louis Andriessen, the focus of events at Carnegie Hall over the span from April 9 to May 10—covered by fellow SundayArts bloggers Daniel Felsenfeld and James C. Taylor. But there were also [...]

At long last, this week I headed down to Poisson Rouge—the hip club at the former site of the Village Gate that opened last summer—yes, the spot that has been covered to death in the media, meaning the possibility exists that I am just way too un-cool to even set foot inside the place. Or, [...]

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