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Memories Stick

For anyone who ever sat glued in front of the tube television in their carpeted family room, furiously alternating their thumbs between A and B. For anyone who ever toggled their Super Mario Brother towards victory. Who knows the dull green and black stare of a Game Boy or...

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A Kayture Guide to Shopping in LA and NYC

Leave it to the globetrotters to know where the best spots to shop are. Jetsetting the world over, Kristina Bazan, the young woman behind the popular fashion blog Kayture, cultivates and refines her taste with every trip, finding the best shops and stores in between meetings and sidewalk snaps....

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7 Must-Sees at the Tribeca Film Festival

If the downtown hotels packed with celebrities and cinefiles are any indication, Tribeca Film Fest is upon us again. In its 14th year, the Manhattan movie-going set is about to have its fill of socially minded documentaries, indie sleeper hits, and more. The schedule–running April 15th through the 26th–is...

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6 Must-Have Items for Spring from Saturdays NYC

Spring in New York. It’s here. Sort of. While we might not presently be luxuriating on the park, trapped in a humidity induced reverie while wearing the shortest of shorts quite yet, it’s most certainly acceptable to start collecting the intermediary goods. Which is why we’ve gone through the...

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Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh on Cali Dreaming

Animated by Manson Studio out of Madrid, Google Play in collaboration with Creative Sunday has created a charming short film about Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh’s relationship with California and how music took him there. Disenchanted by the ad players on Madison Avenue and what was going on with America at large, Mothersbaugh and...

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5 Must-Try Dishes at LA’s Son of a Gun

When you want to know exactly what to order at a restaurant, you’d be well-advised to crowdsource, which is precisely what we did before a recent trip to LA’s Son of a Gun. In truth, you really can’t go wrong at this West 3rd Street seafood mecca, but there...

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The Interrogator with Fashion Blogger Negin Mirsalehi

There are people out there in the world that make dressing look effortless, no matter what the occasion. Amsterdam-based fashion blogger Negin Mirsalehi falls into that category. Whether she’s traveling the globe for fashion week or taking a hike in the Netherlandish woods, Mirsalehi looks fashionably fit for the...

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The Best Places for a #NYFW Nightcap

New York Fashion Week kicks off this morning and you know what that means: total and utter chaos. While a fresh set of young models will pound the downtown pavements and grace the tent’s whiter runways, the throngs of editors, interns, buyers, photographers, and designers will be doing plenty...

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The Best Winter Cocktails in NYC

The remedy for a cold day? A warm cocktail, of course. It’s a good thing that all across this city, you’ll find bartenders whipping up all sorts of soothing sips for you to indulge in during the winter months. And so, dear friends, until we can reconvene on a...

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SIXTY Visits: The Empire State Building

The age of this place begins to reveal itself halfway into the elevator’s vaguely clunky ascent. Leapfrogging your way skyward, reaching the very top of the Empire State Building requires switching elevators three different times—an indication of just how high you actually are. The last of which is the...

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