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Jean-Michel Basquiat: Why He Mattered

By Michael Gonzales As the premiere Black painter of the late 20th century, Jean-Michel Basquiat came to prominence in the art world during the early 1980s. A Brooklyn native whose mama used to take him to museums when h...
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Able Ferrara: My King of New York

By Michael Gonzales Recently I was working on an essay for the upcoming One More Robot number 12 (http://issuu.com/onemorerobot/docs/issue11) about one of my favorite filmmakers, the always gruff Abel Ferrara. While The ...
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When Isn’t It Time for the 3 F’s?

By Maisha Conze What are the 3 F’s you might ask? Why they’re 3 of our favorite things. I’m talking Food, Fuckery, & Fashion. Let’s go directly to Fuckery, as I’m sure your insides quivered when you read it. Crass? H...

Thomas…Without a Doubt

  By Lleucu Siencyn I came to New York this spring as Chief Executive of Literature Wales www.literaturewales.org to find out if New York wanted to join in the celebrations for Dylan Thomas’ centenary in 2014. The W...
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Top Ten…Plus Three

By Mike Cohen Everybody likes lists…Top Ten Movies of All Time…Top Ten Albums of All Time…Top Ten Books of All Time…you get the idea. Typically, there is either no explanation–or too much ex...
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The Herbert Holler: Holiday in Bermuda

By Herbert Holler Friends: Sorry I left you hangin’ last week, but I had to get away. Truly get away; from my work, from my phone, from music overall. The wife and I haven’t been on a real vacation in &hellip...
Music Revolution

They Were Talkin’ ‘Bout a Revolution

  By Caleb Bloomfield Last month, I went to Bethel, NY, where Woodstock ’69 took place. I gazed upon the vast land that was once flooded by 400,000 dirty, smelly, sexually and spiritually free people. Walking throug...