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Written By: Dania Curvy It’s one thing to be a singer, another to write your own music, and almost unheard of to also release your own novel. The multifaceted artist Skela, however, takes DIY to the next level. Born and raised in New York City, the songstress-turned-novelist recently released Project 10–an ambitious visual album of 10 songs and music videos filmed throughout her hometown–as a countdown to the announcement of her first original novel, Building...
Amongst Brooklyn’s famed bars, Sunny’s has achieved almost mythic status: a magical den of bluegrass and whisky, hidden down by the harbor in Red Hook, where long nights roll into pink-hued mornings looking over cobblestone streets, as the last of the musicians leave for the night, their instruments tucked under their arm and a skip in their step. But while many of the bar’s disciples recognize its charismatic namesake—the late Antonio “Sunny” Balzano, with his...
It’s the first Friday night of 2017, and Hannibal Buress is sitting in a mostly-empty green room—all that’s on a table is a bottle of Jameson and a veggie platter—inside the Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel. He’s just performed a corporate-tailored version of his stand-up set (complete with jokes about 401k's, incredulousness over Donald Trump, and a comparison of Hillary Clinton to a crouton) at a private event in which he opened for Sting....
When Jeremie Harris walks into the lobby of the hotel, people’s heads turn. They probably don’t quite know from where they recognize the young man with a spiffy wardrobe, a perfectly trimmed beard, and a room-brightening smile—but chances are, if they’re someone who’s binged on a show like Westworld, Lost, Game of Thrones, or Fargo, that this face is about to become even more familiar. After about a half-hour shooting photos in various locations scattered...

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