Created by Nike SB for Go Skateboarding Day. If only this was available for people to #skateeverydamnday … instead of just a couple days.
Fat Jew gives the gift of fitness.
The Apartment Gypsies of Manhattan by Lisa W. Foderaro
A 1988 NY Times article containing an interview with a young Jim Gandolfini
Jonathan Hertzberg continues his Dirty Old New York video series.
“The new beach identification signs each feature a photograph of the beach taken at the exact spot where the sign is located. The images face the street, and remind residents and visitors that whatever Sandy took away, the beauty of the beach remains.”
Love The Huddle by Michael Stah
On Stickball Boulevard in The Bronx, old timers revive New York’s classic street game, and bring a few youngsters along for the ride.
Cocaine is the name of the game… ”Welcome to New York City, 1983.”
Directed by Victor Quinaz
The Lonesome Death of Eddie Wise, Panhandler Who Struck It Rich by Jennifer Gonnerman
END OF DAYS, an homage to Max Fish.
Featuring artwork by Craig Wetherby, Ricky Powell, Wyatt Neumann, Max Snow, Jason Goldwatch, George Horner, Robert Nightingale, FAILE, Greg Lamarche, Dave Ortiz, Cecilia Jurado, Lady Aiko, BEAU, Bäst, Norma Markley and surprise guests…
Opening at Joshua Liner Gallery tonight (5/30). Check out a great video by Colin M Day after the jump.
A recent book by Edwin PHADE Sacasa and Alan KET focusing on the custom gear made by The Mighty Shirt Kings at their spot in Jamaica Coliseum, and their loyal customers—a who’s who of eighties hip-hop stars.
The female companions of Mafia men. The term moll was derived from “Molly,” “a 17th century euphemism for either “whore” or “prostitute.”"
Joe Bradley at Gavin Brown, Andreas Schulze at Team Gallery, the White Columns Benefit Exhibition and Auction, and the trifecta of Andy Kehoe, Souther Salazar, and Marco Mazzoni at Jonathan LeVine Gallery.