If two sensei fight in a snowy forest, will they both make it home in time for tea?
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Anders Oinonen to share his favorite place to eat. Anders is a Toronto-based artist who had a fantastic exhibition at The Hole last year (also, check out our photos from the opening). Continue reading for his answer.
A sick trailer for William Strobeck’s upcoming Supreme video
Lots of heavy hitters including Todd James’ Supernatural, which opens tonight uptown at Sandra Gering.
If Scotland declares independence from the UK, what changes will the iconic flag have to go through?
Go Away by Alexander Chee
Artist colonies are mysterious places. Available only to a select few, supposedly teeming with alcohol, affairs, and creative hoodoo. But the rumors aren’t true—they just lack detail. From last summer, scenes and lessons from three residencies.
The 34,000 Mile Journey of Steve Fugate
A Short Film by Cyrus Sutton
American Aqueduct: The Great California Water Saga by Alexis C. Madrigal
A $25 billion plan, a small town, and a half-century of wrangling over the most important resource in the biggest state
To this man and many others like him, a Banksy piece is just money on the street. Luckily for New Orleans, neighborhood vigilantes got in the way of this attempt to remove another piece of public art.
Photo: Charlie Varley/varleypix.com
The Vanilla Bourbon Crème-Brûlée doughnut from the Cinnamon Snail food truck in NYC.
See a list of 101 great places to get a donut here
Nolan Hall’s latest zine published by Deadbeat Club
What Really Happened to Michael Rockefeller by Carl Hoffmann
A journey to the heart of New Guinea’s Asmat tribal homeland sheds new light on the mystery of the heir’s disappearance there in 1961
Every week until it’s warm again, we’ll be showing off various noodle soups around NYC.
Hand-Pull Noodle with beef in hot & spicy soup at Super Taste