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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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DJ Paypal Reworks 30 Drake Anthems

From So Far Gone, the mixtape that put Drake on the map, to last fall’s Nothing Was the Same, the enigmatic Berlin-based DJ Paypal who just released thirty edits of the cult rapper’s best tracks. DJ Paypal uses Drake’s distinctive croon as an accent and transforms the songs into bass-riddled thumpers, ratcheting up the tempo [...]

July 12, 2014 0
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Scientists Decipher Wild Chimp Language—Wait, Is ‘Planet of the Apes’ Real?

That the higher order apes are capable of being taught rudimentary language skills has been a fairly accepted idea for many decades. However it was never truly believed that apes were able to create and use language on their own in the wild, unaided or prompted by human handlers. As reported by the BBC this week, [...]

July 12, 2014 0
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Bye Ryan Gosling

Sorry, ladies… gays… everyone in the world. A rumor hit the web that Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes are having a baby! i.e. basically ruining our hopes, dreams, desires, lives, etc. The on again off again couple who’ve been dating since 2011 (after meeting on set of some movie no one remembers) have yet to [...]

July 12, 2014 0
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Artist Josh Harris on ‘Luvvy’ and His Latest Work ‘Quiet We Live in Public’

When I tell people I have always liked Josh Harris and his work and what I know of his ambitions, some nod in agreement. Others tell me I’m out of my fucking mind, or who the hell is Josh Harris? It seems to me that is a question for many of us, but more importantly, [...]

July 11, 2014 0
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Artist Josh Harris on ‘Luvvy’ and His Latest Work ‘Quiet We Live in Public’

When I tell people I have always liked Josh Harris and his work and what I know of his ambitions, some nod in agreement. Others tell me I’m out of my fucking mind, or who the hell is Josh Harris? It seems to me that is a question for many of us, but more importantly, [...]

July 11, 2014 0
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