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It's time again to nominate Brooklyn innovators, creators, and leaders for the Brooklyn Magazine 30 Under 30. We want to highlight young stars who live in and embody Brooklyn and strive to improve their neighborhoods, whether that's through activism, business, tech, or the arts. Take a moment and vote for someone you think represents your area and deserves to be recognized by clicking here. You can also check out our previous 30 under 30 winners for...
Hip-hop fans everywhere got a tingle down their spine this morning, as Kendrick Lamar—the unquestioned top man on the totem pole in the rap game right now—sent an ominous Instagram post out to his massive, 4M+ following, a graphic that read only 'IV.' https://www.instagram.com/p/BR-YXjeha56/?taken-by=kendricklamar Lamar also cleared his account of all previous posts, allowing this one to stand alone. The 4, many speculate, would be in reference to a coming fourth studio record, following Section.80, good kid,...
Sometimes, I remember that the fancy apartment building across the street from the building that used to be Death by Audio has installed heated sidewalks, and I want to die. Or, at the very least, give up on New York. We’re a long way from the Bowery of the 1970s, or even Kent Avenue in the mid-2000s. Still, nearly every year, PC Worship releases an album that reminds me that peeling floor tiles, leaking faucets,...
Last week I posted a lengthy, ambling, ultimately perhaps tiresomely discursive roundup of 2016 art highlights. As you’ll likely recall if you read the piece—or as you might observe if you read it here—I found it rather difficult, even nearly dishonest to dig into all the microcosmic good of NYC art shows and the like without first addressing various aspects of the macrocosmic bad that has characterized so much of what we’ve seen in...

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