Long Island City
Among many things, PS1 is well-known for convincing Manhattanites to take the 7 train for over 10 years. You can tell something big is going on: the nervous energy on the subway platform is palpable and fingers trace the purple line on the map to count the stops. They descend
So your New Year’s Resolution was to learn more weird dances, like the Grizzly Bear or the Cake Walk, right? If so, the Flux Factory’s Night of Expert Oddities is exactly where you should be tonight. Presenters will have nine minutes to perform a short lecture on a subject they’ve
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under
While collecting art books may not be the cheapest hobby, you can score some serious steals and stock up on zines at this year’s New York Art Book Fair. Hosted by one of my favorite bookstores, Printed Matter, over 280 publishers are taking over MoMa’s PS1 for your perusing pleasure.
In my fantasy life, I wake up 10 minutes early and do things like clean my dirty dishes in the kitchen sink, stretch enough to be able to finally touch my toes, and stop into the Sweetleaf Coffee & Tea shop for a cup of Stumptown and freshly-baked Pepper, Pear
The Pantry Party is a like a hipper, smarter version of the canned food drives we all did in elementary school. Knowing that donating a non-perishable now takes more effort than sneaking the cans of food you like least from your parents’ pantry, this group takes the party part seriously
Random statues are my favorite thing in any city. I just love seeing the people and objects that people decided to cast in bronze and display in public. In New York, my favorite is probably the Alice in Wonderland statue in central park, followed by the Hans Christian Andersen statue.
When it gets scorching, dripping and sweaty hot in New York, it’s easy to start day dreaming about opening every fire hydrant on the street or building a raft and spending the rest of the summer floating down the Hudson. Then you think about how much you’d sweat while constructing
After spouting off on the wonders of Brooklyn Yard and how sweet all the parties would be there this summer, I feel bad for getting your (and my) hopes up since the venue shuttered less than a week after I wrote about them, goddamnit. But don’t fret, the Sunday Best