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Read this like you are watching a John Cassavetes film.
Interview with Zac Cruz and Annie Forrest on the eve of their photographic exhibition TRANCE at 11 gallery.
an unnamed protagonist shares every detail of their weekend one summer in may until one unfortunate event ends it.
every Friday and Saturday night, 148 West 133rd street in Harlem becomes a b.y.o.b. jazz club called Bill's Place.
it was dark. we were young. 7-11 was the center of our universe.
a lot of things had to happen for this to happen, for us to be here in this room together. at least a million little things in sequence, but i'm only aware of the weather.
news, printed on paper is dying. and in its final moments, it needs me. i know i'm not alone with these feelings.
any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.
a poem in three movements that celebrates Franz Schubert's final sonatas. written under the pseudonym Chauncey Darling.
Cherry Tavern and the gentrification of drinking along a wet stretch of 6th street in Manhattan's east village.
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