Summer may be the happiest time of the year in NYC, and that’s because we kick it off with Pride Month, which is celebrated for the entire month of June, and it is pretty awesome.
If you’re feeling like you want to do something positive to help the people of Ukraine, who are suffering horribly, you can visit This Link for ideas on ways to donate, or Google “Best Ukraine Charities” to find an organization whose mission suits you best. Remember: I help you today, you help me tomorrow.
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If you are like me, you do whatever you can to avoid ever having to be in Times Square, but sometimes, it is an unavoidable displeasure. Imagine my surprise then, when I was just trying to get to the subway as quickly as possible after leaving a Food Show at the Marriott Marquis, and I saw this awesome sculpture; a circle of conjoined, golden mirrored hearts, that seems to reflect all that is lovely and wondrous about the most miserable place in the city.
The sculpture, created by Collective–LOK and called Heart of Hearts, will be on display in Times Square, near the TKTS Booth between 46th and 47th Streets, until March 6th, 2016. Read more about the sculpture at This Link!
Romance, people. Learn from Dio.
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The coolest thing about living close to the NYC contemporary art scene is that you just never know what kind of unique event will pop up on your agenda. Last evening, literary journal The American Reader and the Robert Miller Gallery hosted a presentation of Robert Coover’s short story The Goldilocks Variations, which was read between musical selections from Johann Sebastian Bach’s Goldberg Variations. It was as interesting as you can imagine.