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Julian Schnabel: View of Dawn in the Tropics: Paintings, 1989–1990 | Gagosian

April 17 – May 31, 2014

W 24th street btw 10th & 11th ave

Gagosian is pleased to present “View of Dawn in the Tropics: Paintings, 1989–1990,” an exhibition of paintings by Julian Schnabel that are being shown in New York for the first time, twenty-five years after they were made. 11 more words


{checking out} cinemas: Village East Cinema and Landmark Sunshine


Possibly as old as sin, and just as charming.

  • Ups: part of it used to be a real theater, so the 12th Street entrance and interior is gorgeous (sneak into theater 1 if you can and check out the amazing stage and ceiling); $7.50 morning tickets.
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A New Slam Shakes Harlem

No, not the revenge of the God-awful Harlem Shake.

On February 9th, my husband and I were invited to attend a poetry slam being hosted at Lenox Coffee, in Harlem. 472 more words

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{checking out} coffee shops: Mud and FIKA

MUD COFFEE 307 E. 9th St., East Village

This is about the coffee bar in Mud, NOT its café and brunch, though I have heard it is spectacular. 161 more words

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6 month-versary: A Few of our Favourite (NYC) things

This post is a touch overdue, but nonetheless it is hard to believe that it has been over six months since we packed up and set off for Manhattan.   755 more words


{checking out} cinemas: Quad Cinema and Loews Lincoln Square 13

QUAD CINEMA 34 West 13th Street, West Village

Very independent and Village-y. It reminded me of a great theater called a/perture in my college town. Definitely an older theater (operated by the same family since 1972!), but they’ve put obvious effort into maintaining it and keeping it clean. 170 more words

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