Entries in New York (215)

Thursday
Apr172014

Leave The Guns, Bring The Cannolis: Game Recognize Game

So I gotta tell you, taking a photograph of someone in a certain situation has metaphysical effects on me like the encounter with Derek Jeter. That, was super utopian.

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Wednesday
Apr162014

Interview: No Your City with Nicolas Heller

No Your City, a web series currently on its fourth episode, puts “mysterious NYC characters” on display to inform you about what the city has hiding around each corner.

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Tuesday
Apr152014

The FRANK Show: Talking Coachella Turn Up In The Streets of NYC

As promised in yesterday's The FRANK Show preview clip, today's segment features resident Bae's Paloma and Tabatha hitting the streets of SoHo to talk music festival TURN-UP.

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Saturday
Apr122014

Chapter 22: New York – Papa Wu AKA Freedom: Truth Analyzer, Enforcer

My great-grandfather’s name was Chief Walcott Cuffie, and Manhattan, which used to be called New Amsterdam, was owned by my great-grandfather.

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Friday
Apr112014

Reel Talk: Ms.45 Review

Ms.45 subtly paints the picture a mute seamstress who’s the archetype of the tumblr heroine.

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Thursday
Apr102014

Leave The Guns, Bring The Cannolis: Street Corner Meetings

As I’ve said before, taking pictures of people I admire or encapsulated by is like collecting baseball cards: I want him I want her, I want them in my collection.

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Tuesday
Apr082014

Art...Ask Me Why: From Chelsea to The Lower

Check out the adventures with our artist friends as we hip-hop throughout the art world.

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Wednesday
Apr022014

Streets Is Watching: NATUREL

From my perspective, Washington D.C., PG County native, NATUREL can be considered an innovator and visionary, expressing his vision in the form of design.

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Wednesday
Apr022014

A Walking Tour of Public Art: Financial District

Lower Manhattan is home to some of the oldest and most famous public works of art in New York, as it once was the center for immigration to the United States, and still provides access to the various islands around Manhattan.

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