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To Be Young Again.

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…Was Just A Blowjob” is a guilty display that disarms its audience with its candid sense of humor. Courtesy of Ed Young. Courtesy of Ed Young. Courtesy of Ed Young….

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Top of the Food Chain.

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Young.) Apex Predator Shoes. (Courtesy of Fantich & Young.) Apex Predator Suit. (Courtesy of Fantich & Young.) Apex Predator Suit. (Courtesy of Fantich & Young.) Apex Predator Suit. (Courtesy of…

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The Big Joke.

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…autumn. Read more on the Comedy Carpet → here ←. Courtesy of Gordon Young. Courtesy of Gordon Young. Courtesy of Gordon Young. Courtesy of Gordon Young. Courtesy of Gordon Young….

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A Matter of Dust.

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…that evening roughly two years ago, or what restaurant it was, but I do remember being deliberately plunked down next to a charming young stranger with an infectious, liberally-used laugh,…

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Salvaging Private Ryan.

In Crumbs, The Menu by Akeem K. Duncan.1 Comment

…dragging their knuckles into the 21st century. “Underneath the perceivably old crust of the Grand Old Party is a hotbed of young, progressive republicans who are socially aware, fiscally responsible,…

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meanwhile…

…Study of Young Woman (Vermeer)” – Jared Oppenheim $400.00 Add to cart “Banana Phone” – Jared Oppenheim $500.00 Add to cart “What Shoes Go With The Mask” – Marcus Leslie…

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Lady Teeth.

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…Empire Shoes. The shoes are fashioned from a pair of Jimmy Choos and 500 dentures. Courtesy of Fantich & Young. Courtesy of Fantich & Young. Courtesy of Fantich & Young….

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Quick Draw.

In The Menu, Visual Arts by Akeem K. Duncan.5 Comments

…one of New York City’s burgeoning young artists. Nestled in a spacious brownstone in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, I sat down with Martin to discuss her early experiences with art, the nature…

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An Unfinished Work.

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…Family at the Beach (2009), 84 x 53 inches, oil on linen. The painting depicts a candid scene of a family of four including a middle-aged man and a younger…

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Are You Holden Now?

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…by the good folks at Blood of the Young Zine, People Holding Things is available → here. ← Courtesy of Blood of the Young. Courtesy of Blood of the Young….