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Seven years ago.....

As of today, I live in New York City.  On the Lower East Side.  You just take the Houston St. exit on the FDR and go down a few blocks.  3,182 more words

New York City

A Slice of Chinese Takeout Will Be Fine After All, fiction by Mason Rhett Ford

Elevators in general troubled me, and cramped small ones only irritated me. The doors slugged slowly closed behind us as we exited, and I found the hallway narrow, the carpeting was new but awfully red, with a deep mauve and ochre paisley print, not at all what I was thought it should be. 1,815 more words

Fiction

Open Call for Visual Poets/Artists to Collaborate On NYC Market Poetics Project

Lower East Side (LES) New York City artist is seeking two visual poets / visual artists to collaborate on a public art project at Essex Market in the Lower East Side. 247 more words

Art Business

Rebelle Launches on Lower East Side

The chef of Paris’ revolutionary Spring, Daniel Eddy, has returned to the States to open Rebelle with Pearl & Ash’s uber-successful wine director, Patrick Cappiello.  The duo see the bistronomy trend that bubbled up in the Parisian restaurant scene as the major inspiration for Rebelle–particularly given Eddy’s involvement in Spring, which helped usher in the movement in Paris. 157 more words

Local Market Buzz

Andy Warhol's 15 (Color Me, Warhol) at Dixon Place

You can still go see this show! Final performances are Friday, April 24 and Saturday, April 25 at 7 pm. Tickets here. 

Say the word Warhol and it’s impossible not to have a million and one expectations around who Andy Warhol is/was, what his art is/was, what the world is/was in relation to him. 539 more words

Dance

Around Town: Clinton Street Baking Company

On any given weekend, you could be in line for two hours waiting for a table at Clinton St. Baking Company. Go on a weekday, however, and you only have to wait 20 minutes. 148 more words

Food