Moxy Times Square Hotel’s Queer Contemporary Dance Commission

To celebrate Pride, the design-forward hotel taps the Madboots Dance company

Less than a year ago the Moxy Times Square Hotel opened with design and attention to detail as two primary areas of focus—in a neighborhood (technically, just below a neighborhood) that isn’t known for either. There’s a human touch to the 612-bedroom destination, something we’ve observed from other Moxy Hotels. For Pride, they’ve taken all of the aforementioned and channeled it into the queer community. …

Summer Film Series to Catch in NYC

Vintage porn classics to live music scores, both in and out of the theaters

Summer may be synonymous with Hollywood blockbusters, but if you’re in the mood for something elsein a screen size larger than your 15″ laptopNYC thankfully has a deluge of options, like Rooftop Cinema Club’s movies with a sunset view. Whether you’re itching for the deliciously chilly, dark theater or the fresh air out on the grass, below are special seasonal and thoughtfully curated film programs …

Interview: Zach Tetreault of FORM Arcosanti

The intimate, free-by-application music festival founded by band Hundred Waters grows consciously in the most magical of places

These days, dusty dirt roads lead you to plenty of music festivals but there’s something about FORM Arcosanti that strikes you dumb with wonder. First, it’s the bewitching architecture of the desert town where it takes place. An hour north of Phoneix lies Arcosanti, an experimental city built starting in the ’70s—led by Italian architect Paolo Soleri (mentored by Frank Lloyd Wright)—and was never officially …