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New York is the best place in the world to see theater in the English speaking world. You’d have to go to London to come close to what New York has to offer in terms of plays being produced. Chicago has a thriving theater scene, but it still doesn’t compare to New York’s. The one… Read more »

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Hank’s Saloon in Brooklyn was hosting a punk rock show celebrating the birthday of Mike Moosehead, one of the city’s most talented musicians. I was not going to miss it, even though the weather was horrible and the city was slow to plow the roads. Driving cautiously over roads and highways caked with snow that… Read more »

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MUST WATCH THIS VIDEO BEFORE READING. Pet the lamb that thinks it’s a dog! I inadvertently stumbled across this clip while browsing random videos on YouTube, a viral sensation to say the least. This video is interesting because environment and surroundings undermined the Lamb’s biological functions; the implications are—the physiological features and gradual development of… Read more »

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Last night, I got off the #6 train at Bleecker Street early for a Jonatha Brooke show at Subculture and walked around. Down to LaSalle Academy’s old building next to NYC Marble Cemetery on 2nd Street east of Second Avenue, along Bond Street and The Bowery and back up to Bleecker Street towards Lafayette. The one… Read more »