The area along Long Island City’s waterfront started to really take off as a residential neighborhood just five or so years ago and, really, it hasn’t slowed down since. A nice mixture of spanking new, amenities-laden development, plus plenty of historic industrial character, plus a burgeoning food and nightlife scene, AND plenty of local cultural [...]
The Bruce High Quality Foundation is an anonymous collective–all members seem to be named Bruce, coincidentally–with a made-up past (their fictitious founder, Bruce High Quality, died on the attacks of September 11) and a mischievous sense of humor about creating public art spectacles. Their extremely loose, populist contemporary art survey The Brucennial, on display every [...]
Culturally savvy Upper West and Upper East Side residents know how to take advantage of the many amazing exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Because the Met’s admission price is always suggested, the best way to enjoy this massive, world-class wonderland of art and history is to pop in for about an hour, pay [...]
My advice to any NYC rental apartment resident looking to explore the world-famous Chelsea gallery district is always the same: 1. Treat it like a ten-block-long museum, and go as often as you can. With more than 400 galleries, there are always plenty of new exhibitions, and everything’s always free. 2. Don’t get overwhelmed with [...]
As East Village rental apartments get more and more luxurious and family-friendly–even those all the way over in the once no-go zones of Alphabet City, near Avenues C and D–it seems like a good time to honor that neighborhood’s rapidly receding past as the gritty domain of anarchists and activists, punks and squatters. Enter the [...]
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