In New York City, The Best Bud Is Just A Phone Call Away by Hunter Stuart
Tap one out for Cartoon
Cool idea from Hot Tea
Every week until it’s warm again, we’ll be showing off various noodle soups in NYC. Suggestions are welcome in the comments!
Roast Pork Wonton Noodle Soup at Great NY Noodletown
For National Shave Day on December 1, 2013, Harry’s is offering free mustache shaves and a limited-edition razor at their Corner Shop in New York. Located in SoHo, the Corner Shop blends a classic feel with modern grooming techniques. The shop was designed as an intimate space that captures the community atmosphere of the traditional barbershop. But its barbers deliver modern cuts, using an iPad app that enables them to record each customer’s cut and preferences. In addition to an exceptional cut or shave, customers can find unique items in the shop, including Makr leather goods, Bitwell motorcycle helmets, Trusco toolboxes and more. If you can’t make it to the Corner Shop on the 1st, check Harry’s website for a participating barbershop in your area.
Photography by Brian W. Ferry
What happens to New York City’s processed sewage sludge? Well, it used to go to Colorado. Great listening here.
A look at art in street level galleries, because we only have 90 minutes, and climbing stairs and using elevators takes too long.
On view through the end of the month inside a converted bodega in the Lower East Side.
Directed by Celine Danhier
Today, Manhattan is a byword for overpriced property, overexposed landmarks and overdressed fashionistas. In the late 70s, however, it was rat-infested, crime-crippled, cheap and nasty – somewhere for America to dump its immigrants, poor people and artists. Music, art, fashion and filmmaking burgeoned, fueled by drugs, dares, fads, feuds, and a fair helping of madness.
Lots happening including Christian Marclay (above) at Paula Cooper this Friday, so click that read more link below.
Two reasons to celebrate tonight at 41 Montrose (at Lorimer) Brooklyn, NY.
On 27th street, PK SHOP launches their holiday store with limited art, home and design multiples and editions from Lady AIKO, Julia Chiang, Mark Ryden, Shelter Serra, Nir Hod, FriendsWithYou, Kenny Scharf, Will Ryman, Walton Ford and Buff Monster. On 25th street, Marlborough Chelsea presents Double Hamburger Deluxe (pictured), a group exhibition based around the massive Warhol painting Double Hamburger, and down on 21st street, Liz Magic Laser has a live performance at Paula Cooper that starts promptly at 7pm.
Photos by Christos Katsiaouni