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Street Prattle: Catcalling.

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Share This.The summer is near its end and there are still a few lonely fellas out there who have yet to meet their summer love. This bout of seasonal loneliness can be attributed to many things, poor personal hygiene, a bad case of the ugly or, the most common culprit, a poor approach–after all, a simple shower can wipe out the funk and a nice rugged beard can cover up Read More

Street Prattle: Reacting to the Zimmerman Verdict.

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Share This.The public is still swirling after Saturday night’s “Not Guilty” verdict in the Trayvon Martin trial. A smiling George Zimmerman showed much relief as he was found not guilty of the murder of 17 year-old Trayvon Martin. One of the most high profile cases of our young century, the trial was viewed in many different lights. During the trial, there were those who supported Zimmerman and felt that he Read More

Quiet Lunch on the ROX present Sunny & Gabe.

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Share This.Quiet Lunch Magazine is teaming with the ROX Gallery for a night of groovy tunes, enchanting bubbly, and good eats. Featuring a live performance by buzzworthy newcomers, Sunny & Gabe, the first installation of Quiet Lunch on the ROX will also include Master of the Mix alum, Jamieson Hill, on the 1′s and 2′s. What happens when one of hottest online art magazines teams up with one of the most Read More

FREEdom at Last.

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Share This.We took some time out to catch the opening reception for FREE SNIPES at Poppington. Featuring a collection of work by Das Racist member Victor “Kool A.D.” Vazquez, the show was packed to the rafters with intrigued art enthusiast, curious to see what graced the walls. Our correspondent Jamieson Hill was on the scene and got the chance to chop it with Kool A.D. , who was in good spirit Read More

Street Prattle: Think B.I.G.

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Share This.For those of you who are a tad forgetful, this past week saw what would have been The Notorious B.I.G.’s 41st birthday. The legendary MC was born Christopher George Latore Wallace in Clinton Hill near the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn on May 21st, 1972. He rose to prominence in the early to mid 90s before being murdered in Los Angeles on March 9th, 1997. Despite his brief career, The Read More

Street Prattle: Masturing ‘Bating.

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Share This.In case you’ve been underneath a rock–or in your room masturbating all day–you should know that May is National Masturbation Month. The concept of self love can be a complicated one. It would seem like a welcomed practice, but not everyone is open to fiddling their own fiddle. Eager to get the real scoop, we headed out with our celebrity Street Prattle correspondent, Jamieson Hill, to get New Yorkers’ Read More

Taking SXSW.

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Share This.Like a whirlwind of über trill, SXSW has come and gone. Tunes were played, gadgets were displayed, and when the dust settled, everyone was more exhausted than a 6 year old who just spent all day at Disneyland. We couldn’t round up enough pennies to get everyone to Austin, but our festival correspondent, Jamieson Hill, was on the scene and got the chance to check out Just Blaze, Deadmau5, Read More

Best Left UNTITLED.

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Share This.Among all the festivities at Art Basel Miami Beach, the one that resonated with us the most was UNTITLED. Featuring brilliant artists like Holton Rower and Andres Carranza–whom will be featuring later on–UNTITLED was a quaintly illustrious beachfront event that catered to hundreds of attendees eager to set their eyes on worthwhile artwork and bask in the scent of the nearby ocean. While the pieces were the main focus, Read More

A Journey Through CMJ: Panels, Panels, and More Panels.

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Share This.We reach the final chapter of our journey through the CMJ marathon and despite this having the feel of a sobering ending, the panels were actually one of our first stops. At first, we had no intention of filming. We were more interested in soaking up the valuable insight and the wise words that came along with it. To be honest, we didn’t think our readers would want to Read More

SUPRA’s Night Out.

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Share This.This week’s Fashion’s Night Out was certainly a good time worth having. After floating everywhere from Little West to SoHo, we made time to visit our friends over at Supra; ultimately saving the best for last. The night saw the debut of their Royal Collection and some heavenly spinning from ATCQ’s Q-Tip! Party goers checked out the kicks before shuffling over to the New Museum for unlimited libations and Read More