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It’s Labor Day and South Brooklyn is cloudy. A hurricane was scheduled to come through the city last weekend. It was a scary Saturday, dark and windy. The hardware stores ran out of flashlights, we stocked up on water. Bloomberg … Continue reading
I met Hope in Buenos Aires but she was all Brooklyn. It was the end of 2008 and she was studying abroad through NYU. Across the world in the neighborhoods of San Telmo or Palermo, she worked and played like … Continue reading
The first show we went to at South by Southwest 2011 was our own. Redheadphone got to open for a local friend’s band on the terrace of Mangia Pizza, on Lake Austin Boulevard. Tisra Dewitt and I sang girly harmonies … Continue reading
Dolce and Gabbana have an online magazine, Swide. I may not be able go to to BA this winter but I can live virtually through the jetsetting plans of its readers. Lovely pics by Marc van der Aa and Aaron … Continue reading
Before I left Argentina, I acquired as many pairs of my favorite sneaker that I could. When I wore them on trips back to New York City, I got compliments on the street, on the train – people wanted to … Continue reading
Dumbo Arts seems to get bigger every year. This time around it was boisterous and friendly with highlights that included a tuba player in a kilt, global art cubicles, clowns throwing water balloons, and cricket chip cookies.