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Facing Your Fears (and Loathing.)

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Share This.Anthony Cruz has been on a high lately and we’re not talking about “hand-rolled cigarettes.” Cruz is on the cusp of fully unleashing his newest project Fear and Loathing in New York City and the reception so far has been nothing but positive. The buzz is nearing its summit and it seems like Cruz can’t stop smiling–not that he ever has. Fear and Loathing in New York (FLNYC) is Read More

Quiet Lunch x Eat Like a Lady presents: Three Restaurant Picks Sure to Make Your Valentine’s Day.

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Share This.Still looking for a good date spot for Valentine’s Day? Or maybe you’re even seeking to change your plans? Well Eat Like a Lady blogger Jillian Nadell, in collaboration with Quiet Lunch, has some recommendations for you! Whether you’re just “hanging out,” just started dating, or in it for the long haul, here are some spots that will leave you and your date happy you decided to go out Read More

Doin’ It In The Park.

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Share This.Exploring the culture and social impact of New York’s basketball scene, Bobbito Garcia a.k.a Kool Bob Love and Kevin Couliau directed an independent documentary that brings you into the culture, definition and history of summer B-Ball in New York City. Doin’ It In The Park is about Pick-Up Basketball. Co-director, Garcia and Couliau visited a total of 180 courts throughout the five boroughs of NYC. Feel the essence of Read More

The Fuerza Bruta Experience.

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Share This.Thanks to the internet, people have the ability to share new and interesting experiences with each other, even with people they have never even met. In that vein, here we go: You walk into what seems to be an immense dark space with no sense of where to go, except little flashes of light signaling where you should walk. Splashes of red light dance around the arena to the Read More

Street Prattle: Another Storm on the Way.

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Share This.Quiet Lunch is often doling out its own opinions, but today that all changes for the better. Sure, we may be wise beyond our years but we’re also surrounded by a city filled sophisticated scholars and crude sages. Featuring our correspondent, Rico, in some of the city’s most popular neighborhoods, Street Prattle is an effort to document how New Yorkers really feel about issues. Young or old; tan or Read More

Doing It in the Park, Especially After Dark.

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Share This.New York artist, Leo Villareal, combines the realms of art and mathematics with his latest work titled, BUCKYBALL. Inspired by the work of Buckminster Fuller, the 30 foot sculpture will feature two nested, geodesic sculptural spheres comprised of 180 LED tubes arranged in a series of pentagons and hexagons, known as a “Fullerene.” The light sequences created by the BUCKYBALL is said to trigger impulses in the brain, causing the audience to Read More

QUIET LUNCH Magazine presents Kanye West LIVE.

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Share This.Last month we showed you a killer set from Lupe Fiasco and this month we are happy to follow that up with yet another gem. Once again, the good folks at Samsung graciously invited some of its new trendsetters to an early Halloween treat… Kanye West L I V E! Continuing the promo tour for  their latest smartphone, the Galaxy Note II, Samsung pulled out all the stops. The Read More

Lupe Fiasco: The Great American Rapper.

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Share This.Twas a busy day for us yesterday. After shooting A$AP Rocky on the eastside, we had to scurry back to the westside once our friend DJ Jamieson Hill told us that Lupe Fiasco was in New York City having a release party for his latest — and hopefully not his last — project, Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album, Pt. 1. There was “happy juice” everywhere, Read More

Team Su(Preemo).

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Share This.Quiet Lunch attended one of two of SUPRA‘s One Year Anniversary celebrations last week Monday. With one taking place in New York and the other taking place in Paris, we opted for the one in NYC — sorry, SUPRA Paris, but our private jet is in the shop. The dynamic footwear brand opened up their boutique at 4 Prince Street around this time last year and have been flourishing quite nicely Read More