I try to come every Sunday to wander around this hidden conservatory in my favorite Brutalist estate.
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Yossi Milo is, in my opinion, the most dynamic and eclectic of the photography galleries in NYC. From portaiture to architecture to experimental digital sculptural giant animals to street photography, they show an endlessly exciting range of work. Some of my favorite recent shows include Simen Johan's mythical beasts, Ezra Stoller's architectural photographs of the TWA terminal, and Sze Tsung Leong's huge cityscapes.
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The Fraternal Order of the Eagles opens their doors for all types of community events. My favorites are the monthly Twilight Rummage Sale and twice-yearly Night Owl Record show. They also have Friday night karaoke, Sunday morning Bingo brunch and you can rent the place out pretty cheap for rock shows.
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La Paloma is my local, my regular stop for coffee and tortilla. The atmosphere is unpretentious and the handwritten menu is simple, fresh and delicious, featuring Argentinian empanadas, shakshuka, beans and churros.
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My favorite diner; food is really good and the decor is fun.
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Best concerts and music events around Verona. Two small associations join forces to bring national and international musicians in the city.
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Tynemouth is 20 minutes from the city on the metro. It also has a great antique and farmer’s market at the weekend in the metro station. But the main draw of Tynemouth is the first of a beautiful stretch of sandy beaches which are never crowded. It reminds me of Australia. All the dogs look so shiny eyed and happy. How did they keep this place such a secret?
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To get out of the hustle of the city, my husband and I love to bike down to Amsterdam's Forest to see the goat farm, or picnic in the sun.  There are also little spots to swim :)
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Before you head to The Office NYC, stop at MAD - it is a beautiful museum with ever-changing exhibitions.
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Beautiful conservatory indoor garden filled with tropical plants from all over the world.
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Manhattan's Chinatown is my second favorite neighborhood next to Fort Greene. It's full of people, odors, bars, clubs, cafes, and restaurants. There's always something going on here.
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Bookstore in Highland Park with an interesting selection of Zines & Art Books.
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Graphic designer and art director based in Berlin
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Head of Creative Talent at Easle
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Architect and designer
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Landon Metz (born March 24, 1985) is an American artist living in New York City. His work is concerned with an elevated consciousness he believes to be synonymous with a state of "no mind" and addresses the non-dual nature of the universe therewithin.
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Lebanese graphic designer, illustrator and animator in Edinburgh.
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My name is Lavinia and I am a jewellery maker based in Florence and temporarily living in Shanghai doing an artist residency. I’m fascinated by the artificial or natural patterns i see around me and my pieces emerge through the repetition of elements, as combined with three fundamental aspects which dialogue together: movement, flexibility and weight.
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Masatoshi Amemiya aka MA is an artist, painter and graffiti-artist representing Tokyo. Born in Japan 1985 and has been painting and raising his middle finger ever since. He held his first solo exhibition "BORN IN JAPAN [F*** you, I won't do what you tell me]"24 Feb to 29 Feb 2012 in Tokyo. He likes Ai Wei Wei a little bit.
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I was born in Lima, Peru 26 years ago. On 2016 I decided to follow my passion and start studying photography in Paris (best decision ever). Nowadays, I love to work on my long-term projects such as my 'plage isolée' series that it's been published in websites like iGNANT or Fubiz. I like observing my surroundings while I'm living in Paris. I try to take my camera every day and to travel as much as possible to discover new worlds and find inspiration for new projects.
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Interior design + product design studio with a focus on sustainability and projects with a sense of community.
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Lauren Grusenmeyer is an independent graphic designer and founder of Bureau Grusenmeyer. Her studio has a strong focus on the development of visual identities and she works for both cultural and commercial institutions. In addition to her daily practice Grusenmeyer teaches and coordinates the graphic design studio at Sint Lucas Antwerp. There she conducts research into graphic design methods and is co-founder of the research platform ‘The Hybrid Designer’ that maps cross-over design practices.
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I document with photo and filmcamera aspects of life in different appearance form. Based in Berlin and Zurich and on the move.
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Penny Davenport is an artist and illustrator currently living in Liverpool UK. Her work is largely inspired by human and animal expression and endeavor. She is currently writing and illustrating three stories about jealousy and loss.  Her work has been published internationally.  
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Fashion photographer born and raised in Spain living around the world. Seeking for experience and artistic evolution in every corner. 
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