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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...
Sara Schpani, 21 Occupation: Student Where are you headed? Chinatown Tell us about your outfit: I’m going for 70s with a twist (patch pants) Favorite item of clothing? These pants One piece you covet more than any other? Blue fur collar Store where most of your clothes are from? Beacons Style icon? Spice Girls What other decade and city’s style do you most wish you were around for in its original iteration? 70s
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From Junk

We swap spit in the karaoke booth That time we hung out w/ our giddy newness at the Mexican restaurant by the bookstore with the best reading series in the city and the glassy eyes zooming in on each other Seeing only the wonder, like canary yellow on a canary or like when our sky wraps up in Earth’s shadow This is my yellow heart This is my gauzy two-people- gazing-across-the-night-into-each-other instrumental situation Don’t blame the junk for being...
When husband-and-wife team John McCormick and Vannesa Shanks announced that Williamsburg stalwart Café Moto was closing, its regulars were understandably upset. After all, Moto had been a neighborhood staple since 2002, when it opened under the J/M/Z. At the time, it was one of the few places in the neighborhood where you could go for a good meal, an inviting atmosphere, and live music. In fact, that’s how McCormick and Shanks met. “I used...

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