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Cool Girl in a Cruel World: Fleurt

Cool Girl in a Cruel World: Fleurt

Photos by @clivecadillo By Ariana Hwang & Chelsea Booth   Admit it, you’ve been beguiled by a sad girl before. One with a soft, lovely voice that can lull you in and occasionally move you to tears like an adult baby. You’ve listened to one […]

2019 Resolutions from Creatives Living in New York

2019 Resolutions from Creatives Living in New York

It’s already Day 4 of 2019 and hopefully most of you are feeling a surge of creative energy. To start something new or continue improving on a craft is something to be proud of. Productivity can come and go, but it’s important that you just […]

As The Crow Flies

As The Crow Flies

Photo via As the Crow Flies Facebook Page By Luis Lucero   One of my favorite bands of the ‘90s is The Black Crowes, a southern rock band helmed by the vitriolic Robinson brothers: Chris (lead vocals) & Rich (guitar). Unlike Phish, I actually did […]

RELIVING 2018

RELIVING 2018

By Ariana Hwang   With all of the unused footage from the past year, here is my first real personal video. Looking back, 2018 was a year full of feeling. It gave me the same joy of riding a trapeze swing in Coney Island during […]

Becoming a Loyal Phan

Becoming a Loyal Phan

Photo by Patrick Whealin By Luis Lucero   Last year, I did my first ever New Year’s Eve concert run. New York City certainly knows how to finish one year and kick off another, and in terms of the city’s vibrant music scene, there’s plenty […]

Lullavie’s Favorite Albums and EPs of 2018

Lullavie’s Favorite Albums and EPs of 2018

What a year 2018 has been! With highs that would mount the top of Everest and lows that would plunge into the 8th ring of Dante’s Inferno, 2018 has sure left its mark on history. Kanye said slavery was a choice, vinyl sales outsold digital, […]

Last Minute NYC Holiday Gift Ideas for the Overwhelmed Procrastinator

Last Minute NYC Holiday Gift Ideas for the Overwhelmed Procrastinator

Stress and seasonal depression are normal around this time of year. If you’re habitually feeling blissful, well then, maybe you’re just an outlier. But, it’s time to stop weighing yourself down, brush yourself up, and get down to some holiday business: shopping for loved ones […]

Steering Away From Fast Fashion with Eco Fashion Expo’s Angela Chi

Steering Away From Fast Fashion with Eco Fashion Expo’s Angela Chi

Madelyn Meagher, who at the time was a freshman at Brooklyn College, designed this line. Pictured are Madelyn, Andrew, Richie, Anna, and Shenal (Not pictured is Jessica).   By Angela Chi   First Year In College: Learning Phase     During my first semester as […]

Preserving Community Through Art with Latifah Ford

Preserving Community Through Art with Latifah Ford

By Chelsea Booth   When Latifah Ford isn’t creating her own work, she’s busy painting murals in Brooklyn. Her work is vibrant, bursting with color and soul. And unlike many of the colorful new murals in Brooklyn that are commissioned by real estate companies to […]

Get to Know Harry Martin, The Man Reviving The Roller Disco

Get to Know Harry Martin, The Man Reviving The Roller Disco

By Ariana Hwang At House of Yes, 2018 no longer feels like 2018. Donna Summer’s “Last Dance” is playing. And men and women are coated in glitter circling a crowded room in four-wheeled roller skates. Everyone’s boogieing to the old school music spinning from a […]