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07.03.13 Andy Cush

Everyone knows New York’s law enforcement agencies will go to great lengths to catch a terrorist fireworks enthusiast, but this is a new low. There’s the NYPD posters offering $1,000 for “information leading to the arrest and conviction of persons possessing or distributing fireworks,” Bloomberg’s insistence that sparklers remain illegal throughout the entire state, and […]

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02.04.13 Julia Dawidowicz

Emerging mixed-media artist Jeremiah Johnson (not this one) will present his solo exhibit Never Enough in Chelsea this month, making his NYC debut. He was raised on a fruit and flower farm (awwww) in a region of Pennsylvania that has recently fallen victim to the Fracking Industry, something that has deeply influenced his art. Johnson […]

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01.20.10 Cajun Boy

You know what sucks? Dying! But you know what sucks more than dying? Having the friends whose couch you died on steal your credit cards! […]

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09.11.09 Will Sherman

With captured creatures and their cadavers, photographer Amy Stein explores the human animal relations through constructed encounters inspired by true tales. Last night at Chelsea’s Clamp Art gallery, the photographer opened “Domesticated,” an exhibition of animals, both tame and wild, dealing with the impacts of human development around small town Pennsylvania. Stein’s environmental interplay is […]

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04.30.09 Bucky Turco

A bill was introduced in the Pennsylvania legislature that allows for the limited use of medical weed, but not necessarily because politicians are concerned about the health benefits, it’s the money: “sales taxes and other fees charged for dispensing medical marijuana would increase state revenues by at least $25 million a year,” noted Rep. Mark […]

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