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Paper Weight: Genre-Defining Magazines 2000 to Now

Paper Weight: Genre-Defining Magazines 2000 to Now

A new show, on now until October 27, has been curated by PIN-UP editor Felix Burrichter. The focus is on indie magazines that have brought [...]

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Walker Evans American Photographs at The MoMA

Walker Evans American Photographs at The MoMA

Celebrating the 75th anniversary of Walker Evans’ landmark publication and exhibition American Photographs, which was the first solo exhibition of photography ever staged at the [...]

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Sharknado Gets a Sequel

Sharknado Gets a Sequel

I barely got wind (ha) of the first Sharknado before finding out about a confirmed sequel. (Mostly I don’t care for sharks, but I do [...]

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Girl Skateboards x Ed Banger Skate Decks

Girl Skateboards x Ed Banger Skate Decks

Ed Banger Records and Girl Skateboards have unveiled their collabo skate decks, and though I can’t appreciate the pastime — I’d most positively break my ankle — we [...]

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Thomas Broomé’s Word-Filled Rooms

Thomas Broomé’s Word-Filled Rooms

Artist Thomas Broomé draws rooms with words, and they are truly fantastic. In his series Modern Mantra, Broomé illustrates lavish rooms, each piece of furniture, every architectural detail, object [...]

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Rolling Stone Makes Alleged Boston Bomber a Cover Star

Rolling Stone Makes Alleged Boston Bomber a Cover Star

We get it. It’s hard out there for a print publisher, but this Rolling Stone cover for their latest issue is stirring up stomach feelings similar to [...]

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Scene in Wynwood: September 2014

Scene in Wynwood: September 2014

Anyone who knows South Florida is familiar with Wynwood, the ever-evolving mecca of Miami’s arts and culture scene. From humidity-ridden Art Walks (the second Saturday [...]
Summer Send-off: Labor Day Weekend Looks Scene in Wynwood: August 2014 Downtowner by Neil Francis Dawson & Lisa Nguyen Stranger on the Third Floor