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harlem to brooklyn and some stuff in between

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harlem to brooklyn and some stuff in between

harlem to brooklyn and some stuff in between

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Graffiti-Covered Bowery Mansion Finally for Sale -- NYMag

Graffiti-Covered Bowery Mansion Finally for Sale

Pod 39 Rooftop Bar

8 NYC Bars With The Most Incredible Views Of The City

What to Eat at Black Seed, NYC’s Most Ambitious New Bagel Shop

Go-To Brunch Spots in New York

Go-To Brunch Spots in New York - Quinn Cooper Style

Caffé Spina This is no ordinary coffee shop. Stop by for your morning cup of Joe, browse the carefully curated array of home goods, and leave with a personalized bouquet of flowers or succulents. With prime indoor and outdoor seating, Caffé Spina can be a full day retreat. Caffé Spina, 107 Franklin Street (between Milton Street and Greenpoint Avenue); 347-457-5385.

design sponge | favorite bk spots

I reeeeeeeeeeeallly want to stay at the Chelsea Hotel one day.


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    ha ha Lisa Sheth I meant to tag you!

Glenn Ligon, Give us a Poem (Palindrome #2), 2007 Gift of the Artist | After a speech by Muhammad Ali at Harvard in 1975, a student asked Ali to give the audience a poem, Ali replied, “me, we.” As a star athlete and celebrated spokesman for political awareness in the black community and beyond, Ali imbued those two words with poetic and political meaning that resonated long after the crowd dissipated... “me, we” highlighted the intimate relationship between the individual and the community.

how many more sunday's left of summer? | kate spade new york's guide to brunching alfresco in NYC

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Fire Island Homes - Horace Gifford Architecture | With the release of Fire Island Modernist, NYC-based architect Christopher Rawlins' intimate writings brings us face to face with the events that shaped Gifford’s life and work, his deep commitment to a sustainable modern architecture, and his often turbulent life on Fire Island. By doing so, Rawlins reveals the humanity behind modernism, and is launching an effort to preserve a rare community of design that is in danger of being lost.

French illustrator Jean Jullien for New York Magazine.

Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream in NYC

"This place is the Newsstand, a pop-up shop that has transformed an ordinary subway space into a store for independently published magazines, books, comics and zines." No Porn, Just Books and Zines -

Fifth Avenue in New York / photo by Metin Fejzula

Studio Museum building at 144 W. 125th

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levain chocolate chip cookies | best ever

Fried chicken for as little as $12.50 a head at Momofuku Noodle Bar.

hester street fair

Frites 'N 'Meats: Mondays for Lunch (11 a.m. to 2pm) at 50th Street and 6th Avenue, Tuesdays for Lunch (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) at Church and Walker streets, Wednesdays for Lunch (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) at Hudson and King streets, Thursday for Lunch (11 a.m. to 3 p.m.) at World Financial Center Food Truck Lot, Fridays fpr Lunch (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) at 10 Hanover Square and for Dinner Mondays through Fridays, (4 p.m. to 8 p.m.) at Greenwich and Chambers streets.

Milk Truck Classic, bacon cheddar blue, three cheese grilled cheese, and our milk shakes, especially the malted ball french vanilla. Plus, in the summer we make fresh strawberry shakes that are insanely good.

teardrop park, battery park city | i'm not into playgrounds much, but i want to take the kids here