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Stream Your New Favorite Band, Wray’s New Album

Photo by Dan King If you’re still looking for an indie rock record to soundtrack your summer, seek no more. Here’s an exclusive stream of Wray’s self-titled debut album, out today on Communicating Vessels. There’s plenty of shoegaze-indebted fuzz for those hazy summer afternoons yet to come, though songs like “Swells” and “Bad Heart” are [...]

July 16, 2014 0
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Eat the Cuban Meal of Your Life Right Now in Tribeca

Let’s face it: despite playing host to the legend, Odeon, that veritably birthed modern restaurant cool in 1980, Tribeca will never be mistaken for the 1920s Weimar Republic. There was a curious post-Millennial blip, when Tommy Saleh turned the Tribeca Grand into the molten core of the downtown music scene (Martina Topley-Bird performances, DJ gigs [...]

July 16, 2014 0
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Conjuring Crumbs Bake Shop’s Ghost With Dippin’ Dots

Last week, Crumbs officially closed all of its stores, and stopped selling their giant, face-sized cupcakes online and in grocery stores. We mourned the loss of the desserts that went hand-in-hand with the Google search: Can you die from sugar poisoning (not diabetes)? But good news for all you who don’t want to have to eat a normal sized cupcake. [...]

July 15, 2014 0
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Nothing Gets Between a Moss and Her Calvins

Kate Moss’s little sister Lottie is all of 16, and here she is repping for Calvin Klein as part of MyTheresa’s Re-Issue Project. Like Kate before her, this Moss is clad in CK jeans, logo sports bras, sweatshirts, and tees for the retailer, with photos by Michael Avedon (yes, he is related to Richard — his grandfather). [...]

July 15, 2014 0
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Retro Havana in Tribeca

Let’s face it: despite playing host to the legend Odeon, that veritably birthed modern restaurant cool in 1980, Tribeca will never be mistaken for 1920s Weimar. There was a curious post-Millennial blip, when Tommy Saleh turned the Tribeca Grand into the molten core of the downtown music scene (Martina Topley-Bird performances, DJ gigs by Client, Gang [...]

July 15, 2014 0
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All New York’s a Stage: Meatpacking District Then and Now

Considering the concentration of luxury hotels, boutiques, and glitzy nightclubs in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, it’s difficult to image a time when there was actually a bustling meat market there, but Brian Rose has the photographs to prove it. In “Metamorphosis, Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013,” (opening July 15th at Dillon Gallery) Rose will exhibit a [...]

July 15, 2014 0
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Greg Mike, Walk The Moon + Chicken and Waffles: Thursdays in Atlanta

Walk The Moon before their performance at Briza A few Thursdays ago I found myself far away from the comfort of the grid, my desk (woo!), my New York apartment… I found myself in Atlanta, checking in at the Renaissance Hotel in Midtown, on the sweetly named Peachtree Street, waiting the shortest amount of time [...]

July 15, 2014 0
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Things To Do This Sunday Instead of The World Cup

There was movie made in 1951 about aliens coming to our Earth to threaten us. It seems as we became atomic bomb savvy we posed a threat to the Universe as a whole and we were told to get our act in check…or else. To impress us, the forces aligned against us, stopped the world. All [...]

July 13, 2014 0
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Quiz: Which Trendy Shoe are You?

Take our quiz to find out! source: http://www.bbook.com/quiz-trendy-shoe/

July 12, 2014 0
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Yung Lean: Sad Boys Go To Sad City

Yung Lean at Webster Hall, All Photos by Peter KwangTo be honest, the city wasn’t so sad. Yung Lean, and his crew, the self-described Sad Boys have blown up over the past year, and their first visit to New York sold out two consecutive shows at Webster Hall, followed by a performance at Up and Down. [...]

July 12, 2014 0
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