Remember how excited you were last July, when NYC ‘s awesome, ambitious bike share program Citi Bike was scheduled to launch? There were going to be bicycles everywhere! More than 400 bike rack stations throughout Manhattan (south of 59th) and parts of Brooklyn! Lots more coming soon! Commuting and getting around town was going to [...]
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The Invisible Dog Art Center is a true South Brooklyn treasure, a friendly neighborhood art gallery and cultural event space situated right in the sweet spot among the communities of Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights, Carroll Gardens, and Downtown Brooklyn. Opened in the fall of 2009 (and thus reversing the usual NYC neighborhood chronology [...]
I recently visited John Kessler’s newest installation, The Web, at the Swiss Institute in Soho. If this is your kind of art, I urge you to make a visit. Mixed-media sculptor Jon Kessler has been a personal favorite for a bunch of years now, ever since I first saw his massive The Palace at 4:00 [...]
We spend a lot of time here in New York City on trains. Mostly subways of course, which is awesome, because they’re cheap(ish) and fast and abundant… plus while you’re getting from one place to the next you can read, play games, listen to music, close your eyes for a bit, develop a crush on [...]
“A Period of Juvenile Prosperity” is a collection of photographs by Mike Brodie, some of which are now on display at Chelsea’s Yossi Milo gallery. In 2002, 17-year-old Mike Brodie walked away from his home and his life in California, a few personal items in a backpack, and joined America’s subculture of teenage train hoppers [...]
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