A look inside the work and lives of East Village artists at Painting Space 122.
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Samantha Hunt’s haunting novel “Mr. Splitfoot” tells the story of 17-year-olds Ruth and Nat, orphans raised at the “Love of Christ!
As diversity increases in the art and architectural worlds, we celebrate the work of women in these fields, and question if this presence is enough.
In this Madame Architect feature, Amina Blacksher describes her path from her student days at Yale to starting her own studio.
Viewing art exhibitions through the lens of our cell phones might make them more Instagrammable, but it could be diluting our experience.
What Randi Delano discovered was life-changing. Traveling on a dime was easier and actually cheaper than her life in New York—so much so that she was able to turn travelling into her full-time job.
Environmentalists struggle with anxiety and helpfulness, but it’s possible to overcome ecophobia.
I was tired. I was busy. I was losing my mind. But I still wanted to meet someone I truly liked and could potentially monogamously date, so that summer, online dating was my best bet.
Female sommelier Marie Vayron’s love for wine has taken her from Paris to New York. It’s a common misconception that joining the family business stems from some sort of personal inertia.
Jessica Walsh has gotten so good at breaking (and making) the rules, in fact, that she lectures on the value of play as a creative tool.
Photographer Gail Albert Halaban plays with the thrill of the voyeur in Vis-à-Vis, a series that features knowing subjects posing in their own apartments.
Roots Cafe owner Amanda Simpson Neill talks coffee and community in this special feature from our first issue.