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RIP 5Pointz, NYC’s Graffiti Mecca in Photos

I don’t know about you, but I am a HUGE fan of graffiti! Ever since I spotted the graffiti of protest on Israel’s “Security Wall” in Bethlehem, I really began to understand just how powerful this form of art can be! Lately, New York City has been on a graffiti craze, with the famous British street […]

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Spectacle in the Night

If you saw the awe inspiring Opening Ceremony of the Beijing Olympics, raise your hand. You may recall that the ceremony was directed by a well known Chinese film director named Zhang Yimou. In addition to the Opening Ceremony, he has directed 5 permanent “Impressions” shows in different parts of China, one of which is […]

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A Sunday at Radio City

Last night were the American Theatre Wing’s 63rd Annual Tony Awards, which celebrate the best of Broadway. Unlike other award ceremonies, the Tony’s are actually open to the public, though the tickets will cost you quite a bit more than a Broadway show and you gotta dress up in a tux! For those of us […]

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