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Chef Dan Holzman may have made a name for himself slinging meatballs (and chicken balls and veggie balls) at The Meatball Shop, which he founded with his longtime friend Michael Chernow, but his repertoire extends far beyond (ahem) balls. Having grown up working in the restaurant industry from the tender age of 13, Holzman cut his teeth at fancy French restaurants like Le Bernardin and worked under the late great chef Jean-Louis Palladin. His...
For our September print issue—the style issue—we sent our photographers to ten Brooklyn neighborhoods (from Greenpoint, to Flatbush, and eight others in between) to document the way Brooklyn is dressing now. Instead of focusing purely on fashion, our goal was to capture the highly individual, creative, and inspiring styles representative of the people who sported them, and the spirit of the neighborhoods in which they walked. Click the neighborhoods below for an abundance of Brooklyn...
Clockwise From Top: Hidden Eye, Ava Luna Serge Gainsbourg Zine, Suffragette City, Ad Hoc. AT A TIME when albums and reviews are available ad nauseam, it seems like the chance for spontaneous discovery is nearly extinct. Of course, this has always been integral to the music underground, and if you look hard enough, things are starting to crop up: Carson Cox, of the band Merchandise, has just released the first issue of Hidden Eye, pocket-sized eye candy made of art...
For our September print issue—the style issue—we sent our photographers to ten Brooklyn neighborhoods (from Greenpoint, to Flatbush, and eight others in between) to document the way Brooklyn is dressing now. Style is different than fashion, and our goal was to capture the highly individual, creative, and inspiring styles representative of the people who sported them, and the spirit of the neighborhoods in which they walked. This is Greenpoint. Bryan Jabs, 29 Occupation Artist Where are you headed? Around Tell...

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