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We've long had a thing for Brooklyn designer Caitlin Mociun's wonderful aesthetic, with prints that somehow managed to occupy a space between Paul Klee, Peter Max and Joan Miro while being instantly recognizable as her own. So we admit to being pretty bummed to have heard she was moving away from clothing and focusing on jewelry. With a pang in our hearts, we asked her about the switch. “As I started to play around...
Native New Yorker Kathleen McDonald, who has lived in Brooklyn Heights since 1989, heard her first period-instrument performance while studying at Stonybrook—a wooden flute, which had a softer, more muted sound than its silver sister, more appropriate for the chambers of 18th-century royalty than the cavernous concert halls of today. “My mission,” she tells us, “was to promote these concerts in historic settings. And what better place can accommodate this than a borough known...
Olivia Thirlby is “nowhere near a vegan.” But we’re sitting at a vegan restaurant in the East Village because she loves their shitake mushroom burger (when the waitress tries to take away her plate, she tells her, “I’m actually still eating this, there are pickles”). She also gets a kale, spinach, chard, broccoli and carrot juice for her mother, who texts her during the meal, requesting that she bring one home when she’s finished....
“I feel that sex, like art, is multifaceted,” Tyler Lafreniere, founder of Brooklyn-based art mag Gypsé Eyes, tells us. “It is at the same time humorous, serious, beautiful, ugly, sad, lonely, joyful, connecting, and entertaining. Often I feel sex in art is positioned as one of these when usually it encompasses all of them. So, in an effort to create a publication which engages the reader while also making them laugh, a bit shy,...

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