Archive | July, 2013
baby feet

One Inclusive Answer to “Where Do Babies Come From?”

If you’re a parent to a young child, you may have encountered the age-old question from out the innocent mouth of your babe, Where do babies come from? Once upon a time, this may have been an easy enough question to tackle. The scientific answer was always an option, as were dramatized falsities such as […]

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paintbrushes

An Unexpected Art Show at 32BJ

32BJ probably isn’t a gallery that you’ve ever heard of. It sounds like it could fit right in to a neighborhood like Williamsburg or SOHO; its cryptic name is alluring and promises cutting edge art sure to please those seeking rebellious works from underground artists. Except that it isn’t an art gallery at all. Rather, […]

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MoMA PS1

Cultivators of Culture: MoMA PS1

What we know today as MoMA PS1 is not the same institution as it was when it first began as an entity of the Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Inc.–over forty years ago. Founded by Alanna Heiss in 1971, PS1’s first major exhibition at its Queens location opened in 1976. For two decades after […]

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New York Botanical Gardens

The New York Botanical Garden’s Dazzling Flora Offerings

The New York Botanical Garden is one of the most impressive botanical gardens in the United States, attracting over 800,000 visitors annually. Located in New York City’s Bronx neighborhood, it covers over 250 acres and houses some of the world’s premier plant laboratories. The Garden offers scientific botanical exhibits for visitors, as well as more […]

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rain

Control The Rain This Summer At MoMA

Although rainy days may be the farthest thing from your mind during New York City’s sunny summer, you’re not going to want to miss Rain Room at the Museum of Modern Art. Presented by Random International as part of the MoMA PS1 exhibition, EXPO 1: New York, Rain Room is an interactive, cutting edge art […]

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Lauren Santo Domingo in her NYC Loft.

Fashionista Lauren Santo Domingo Brings ‘Twisted Classic’ Sensibility to Home Décor

Lauren Santo Domingo is known for her incredible sense of fashion, as well as for distinguishing what’s most in style at any given moment and curating incredible collections of clothing. She’s no stranger to high fashion, the most prominent designers, or Vogue Magazine, in which she has her own feature called “APT with LSD,” where […]

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Miranda July

Miranda July Transforms an Inbox into a Canvas

Miranda July is most known for her filmmaking and writing, which capture provocative and unusual portrayals of humanity. Her first independent feature-length film, You and Me and Everyone We Know, which she wrote, directed, and starred in, won critical acclaim and multiple prizes at the Cannes and Sundance Film Festivals for its artful examination of human relationships. […]

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Museum of Modern Art

The Best of Friends: Ellsworth Kelly and MoMA

Ellsworth Kelly and the Museum of Modern Art—MoMa for short—go way back. Mr Kelly, who celebrated his 90th birthday on May 31st, has had a friend in the museum since the 1959, when curator Dorothy Miller organized the “Sixteen Americans” exhibit, the first to feature his work there. Miller was one of the fist curators […]

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Wine bottles

Highlights from the 2013 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen

The Food & Wine Classic is a yearly tradition for Food & Wine Magazine, and takes place annually in picturesque Aspen, Colorado. This year’s classic wrapped up on June 16th after three days of the very best of – you guessed it – food and wine that the vast culinary industry has to offer. This […]

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