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The Interrogator with Maayan Zilberman

For anyone born before the Age of the Artisan, that modern breakaway from the generic and mass produced, sweets were mostly equated with fistfuls of name brands. Hershey’s Kisses, Jolly Ranchers, Reese’s Pieces. Nuanced they were not, but these treats certainly got the job done. But getting the job...

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Stay SIXTY with Creative Kaitlyn Mikayla

There’s been much talk these days of the female gaze–exploring womanhood and sexuality through the lens of someone who’s been there, done that. A fellow woman, in other words. It’s something you feel distinctly when looking at the work of New York City-based photographer and artist Kaitlyn Mikayla. Her...

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Your Guide to a Perfect Spring Day in NYC

In life, there are people who stand in favor of double dipping and those who stand against it. Food and lifestyle blogger Sophie Svoboda has made it her raison d’être, operating a blog named after that oft-maligned habit that stands in support of catering to life’s most decadent impulses,...

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In the Studio with Austyn Weiner

Austyn Weiner is in the midst of an artistic aesthetic overhaul. The LA-based artist’s recently closed show, Wilhardt and Naud, at The Lodge gallery on Western Avenue, threw its unseen subjects akimbo, and always, one was led to assume, in the nude. Jagged, geometric bodies touched and tumbled on the...

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Los Angeles According to Andrew Meieran

CABINET OF CURIOSITIES a neon sign reads. ESTABLISHED 1932 reads another. The wooden, ivy-flecked exterior of Clifton’s Cafeteria, on South Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles, reflects the promise of its genre-defying interior. Whimsical, implacable, unbeholden to a definitive era. The restaurant, reportedly the largest public cafeteria in the world,...

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In the Studio with Paul Anthony Smith

Paul Anthony Smith’s exteriors often work to direct a viewer to his subject’s hidden inner core, if only to speculate, dream, wonder. Whether it’s the manipulated surface of a photograph or the blocky lines in an oil painting, Smith’s attention to the outer-facing begs the question: What lies beneath?...

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The Interrogator with Frankie Cox

For too long a while, Tribeca was, in many ways, a culinary dead zone for those looking for a certain type of meal. White tablecloths, $20 pancakes, and bistros fit for a Jay McInerney novel–the neighborhood had it in spades. Everything else (read: casual, delicious, designed for a modern...

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Block Party: Little Tokyo in Los Angeles

Nestled just east of downtown, Little Tokyo has long been a destination for adventurous foodies on the hunt for the perfect nigiri. This charming enclave still boasts the largest Japanese-American population in North America. Block after block bustles with authentic restaurants and shops. Recently, a bevy of new fusion eateries,...

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The Interrogator with Loni Landon

New York City, it could be said, is one big dance, a kinetic frenzy of moving parts. It is less, perhaps, a graceful ballet, and moreso the type of performance choreographer Loni Landon would dream up: a real and chaotic and pulsing routine seemingly unencumbered by normal rule. A...

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Chef Richard Fuentes Brings the Med to Miami

When it comes to beachside fare, few cuisines hit the spot quite like the food that comes out of the Mediterranean. Its focus on fresh ingredients and zesty flavors are basically the culinary equivalent of a crashing wave, an umbrella stuck in the sand. And, fortunately for Miami, it’s...

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