Justin Gignac at The Apple Store

Posted on November 22, 2009 Under Life

My friend Justin Gignac of Wants For Sale and NYC Garbage fame (among other things) will be speaking at the Apple Store SoHo this Monday, November 23rd. That's tomorrow! Monday, November 23, 2009 6:30 - 8 PM Apple Store SoHo…

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Dieter Rams: Less and More in London

Posted on November 18, 2009 Under Design

If I was in London, I'd absolutely be checking out the Dieter Rams "Less and More" exhibition at the Design Museum. If you don't know who Dieter is, he was the director at the German electronics company Braun for 30+…

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99% Conference 2010

Posted on October 28, 2009 Under Life

This year's 99% Conference was a huge success. So, why not register for next year way ahead of time? For a limited time they're offering $300 off the regular ticket price of $699. A steal. Go, do it, now!

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Cut & Paste Global Championship: NYC

Posted on October 12, 2009 Under Design

On Friday October 16th Cut & Paste will take over the Hammerstein Ballroom with 48 competitors from around the world (16 different cities) duking it out for design championship and victory. Onsite and webcast viewers can tweet during the show…

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Frieze Art Fair

Posted on October 8, 2009 Under Art

I wish I was in London next week to check out the Frieze Art Fair. If you're there, pop by Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin's booth (F11) at Regent's Park in London. The opening reception is Wednesday 14 October, 2009 15 -…

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Blackout Film Festival NYC

Posted on September 10, 2009 Under Art

The Blackout Film Festival is New York City's only event-inspired film festival and it returns on Sept. 19, 2009 with a 90 minute program of short films centering on the theme: The Great Recession. Filmmakers around the globe have submitted…

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Stiletto Spy School

Posted on August 13, 2009 Under Travel
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MWM Opening Reception Saturday

Posted on August 12, 2009 Under Art

What are your plans this Saturday? If you're a fan of MWM like we are, then they should include seeing some new work at the Chorus Gallery in Somerville, MA. On tap is his signature canvas work, a small series…

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Battles @ Terminal 5

Posted on August 5, 2009 Under Music

The term 'experimental rock' can sometimes conjure up images of unlistenable frequencies laid over even less listenable instrumentation, especially for those of us without the technical (and sometimes masochistic) craving for the likes of Frank Zappa or the Residents. Battles…

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The MoMA Summer Planner

Posted on July 27, 2009 Under Art

Nice work, the MoMA Summer planner customizes a plan of events for your experience based on your social profiles and personality. Looks sexy too, check it out.

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