NEW YORK CITY: OUTDOOR CAFE 

21mar17. East Village.

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK FOOD & DRINK: COPPELIA

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19OCT13. 207 West 14th Street, NYC.
I had the Huevos Coppelia without ham. Interesting with a biscuit rather than a muffin. And with a Oaxaca cheese fondue, rather than traditional Hollandaise sauce. Plus, the Chimichurri home fries are delicious! Not your standard homefries. All was very good!

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19OCT13. 207 West 14th Street, NYC.
I had the Huevos Coppelia without ham. Interesting with a biscuit rather than a muffin. And with a Oaxaca cheese fondue, rather than traditional Hollandaise sauce. Plus, the Chimichurri home fries are delicious! Not your standard homefries. All was very good!

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK STREET ART: PRIMATE ORIGINS by JOSEPH MELOY

In the East Village the other day, I came upon my favorite buddy in the streets: Joseph Meloy’s ‘Primate!’ The first two you’ll see are definitely some of the earlier renderings of it before he evolved into the handsome ape he is today:

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9OCT13. East Village, NYC.

NYC GRAFFITI: ICY AND SOT TAKE ON THE WORLD!

Most of the street art of Icy and Sot, peppered with images that speak the international idiom of youth culture—skateboards, peace signs—doesn’t necessarily say much about the artists themselves. But there is the occasional piece, like the stencil of a man dressed like a beer bottle with the word “BEER” followed by “IS NOT A CRIME” in spray paint that gives clues to where they’re coming from.

The brothers, aged twenty-seven and twenty-two, hail from Tabriz, Iran, where they lived until they moved to Brooklyn last summer. As teenagers, their entry into street art came about from their interest (especially Sot’s) in skateboarding—a growing, though not yet particularly popular, pastime in Iran. They began putting up small stenciled works on the streets of Tabriz and posting the images on the Internet. Documenting their work was important, because the art would be erased within two or three days of being created. For more: http://narrative.ly/the-spirit-of-storytelling/icy-sot-conquer-the-art-world/

In the East Village:

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At Bushwick Collective:

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FREE:

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Stickers:

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Me and the Icy and Sot ‘boy’:

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SEP13. New York City.

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK STREET ART: I’M LONELY

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These are sculptures imbedded in the building that was featured on Led Zeppelin’s ‘Physical Graffiti’ album on St. Mark’s Avenue in the East Village.

8SEP13. NYC.

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK FOOD & DRINK: LOBSTER JOINT

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New England Lobster Roll

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201 E Houston St, Manhattan, NY 10002

11JUL13. East Village, NYC