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The relative slowdown of arts-related matters in August recently prompted me to put together a long, admittedly meandering list of items you might want to add to what could nonetheless be quite a robust art agenda for the month. It included notes about some current and forthcoming shows—visual art, dance, music, film, et cetera—at many different venues, and it traveled around NYC's boroughs a fair bit before heading upstate. It even veered off at...
For the third installment of Baby's Grand, a live session series filmed at the Baby's All Right office in Williamsburg, Murals stopped by to perform "Lunar Love". It's a feeling.
  The best way to see Brooklyn is to cycle the streets with a camera and/or smartphone in hand, all in order to not only explore the various urban landscapes and oases, but also to document them. Brooklyn might have been settled a few hundred years ago, but its character is more like that of a teenager, full of shifting, changing moods. It’s a kind of a photographer’s dream. And while there is no way to truly articulate...
The Gowanus Canal makes us think about filth: waters redolent of fecal matter, chemicals officially deemed a toxic hazard by the Environmental Protection Agency, and oft joked-about swamp-monsters dwelling beneath its shadowy depths. While the canal is the source of a lingering stench, it's also been repurposed as something of an artistic canvas, as many floating installations have graced its murky waters, offering something of a playground that lends itself to the parity of beauty and...

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