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Little Prince: A Parisian Bistro Smack in the Middle of SoHo

Creeping vines crawl up the brick façade, roping their way just below the sign for Little Prince, SoHo’s sweet and airy French bistro… and your answer to a mellower weekend brunch option. It’s not to say that Little Prince isn’t deserving of lines out the door. The food, in...

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Ati Maier: The Artist Explorer

Close your eyes and imagine being on a futuristic roller coaster… in space. Swirling colored lights illuminate your path as thousands of stars, novae, asteroids, and other cosmological bodies flood the sky above you. Your emotions range from fear, to nervousness, to excitement as you race over peaks that...

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SIXTY Listens: Teen Daze “Shine On, You Crazy White Cap”

As the summer weather continues its boil, the road- trip-friendly songs seem to become absolute staples on your headphones. Whether you’re stuck in a cab on the Westside Highway or driving out to the Hamptons with the windows down, this track from Teen Daze circa 2010 (oldie, but goodie, we...

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A Modern Woman by a Modern Man

Artists are collectors. Artists are hoarders. They save things that catch their eye. They save things they love. They save things that have historical significance and things that will be important for the future. They are hoarders… even though they may not physically keep things piled up around them...

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SIXTY Listens: Spoon “Inside Out”

Weeks before the August 5th release of Spoon’s latest effort, They Want My Soul, we’ve already been delivered a handful of excellent singles. From the twangy, classic rock directness of “Rent I Pay” to familiar buoyancy of “Do You,” the songs are varied in style and emotion—the manic inconsistency...

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Lisa Cooley Gallery Takes Us on an LES Acid Trip

Imagine the 21st century version of a 1960’s LSD trip: people frolicking naked through sunlit, candy-colored fields while stars twinkle from above, a colorful reality dissecting itself into wooden blocks and then rearranging itself like a puzzle, space and air bending and reflecting abstractions of light and fluorescent patterns. No...

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SIXTY Eats: Nolita’s Estela

Two bites into dinner at Estela, one of East Houston’s most welcome additions to the neighborhood, it has been decided: This place is perfect. Striking a balance between remarkable food and a relaxed atmosphere, and run by a friendly staff who knows their stuff (but doesn’t make you feel...

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Aaron Rose’s Coney Island

The Coney Island of today is but a shadow of what it once was. As far back as the 1830s, the beachside community was a shining oasis from the city grime, and—long, long before you could get there by taking the F train—was far enough away that it felt...

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The Multifaceted Nature of Sigmar Polke

Artists should have the ability to be diverse in their creative process. They should show a viewer something that they have never seen before… or knew that they wanted to see, for that matter. And said viewers should be able to follow the artist’s thought process in whatever subject through whatever medium which...

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Brice Dellsperger’s “Body Double”

We live in a fast-paced world, where our tolerance for patience and beauty–and all its subtleties–is often limited, our lives so filled as they are by the instant gratification that technology provides. It’s rare to muster the strength to simply put down our phones and experience something unique. Observing anything that...

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