Posts Tagged ‘queens’

IN THE HOOD: THE NOGUCHI MUSEUM

Opened in 1985 in a renovated plant shop/gas station in Long Island City, Queens, the Noguchi Museum is a semi-hidden gem and a must see for tourists and New Yorkers alike. Featuring the sculptures, lamps, […]

IN THE HOOD: NOWADAYS IN RIDGEWOOD

  Nowadays, a HUGE outdoors-only bar/restaurant just opened off the Halsey L train in Ridegwood. The bar is a new project from disco DJs Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin (Mister Saturday night and Mister Sunday), […]

WHAT I DID THIS WEEKEND: MIGUEL – NEW FULTON FISH MARKET + CEVICHE DINNER

By Miguel Pena Thursday evening, I headed up to the New Fulton Fish Market at Hunt’s Point in The Bronx to pick up fresh uni, oysters and octopus for a ceviche dinner with friends on […]

WHAT I DID THIS WEEKEND: QUEENS MUSEUM

This Weekend Jennifer headed to Queens Museum, which currently has a few excellent exhibits open to the public. Polit-Sheer-Form! explores the work of the China-based art group Polit-Sheer-Form-Office, who strive to create a collective way […]

STUDIO SESSION: SIR NEW YORK

Last week, we dropped by the new studios of SIR New York just outside of Brooklyn in Ridgewood, Queens. The massive loft-space, also home to Knickerbocker Manufacturing Company welcomes visitors with an indoor half-pipe, while […]

EDITORIAL: A.OK SS13

Every now and then we like to get out of the city — away from the crowds of people, and traffic jams — and enjoy the silence and stillness of an open air environment. While […]

CHECK OUT: SPECTACLE – THE MUSIC VIDEO AT MOMI

We took a trip over the Pulaski Bridge to Astoria, Queens to check out Spectacle – The Music Video, the newest exhibit at the Museum of the Moving Image. As we ascended the staircase to […]

oak recommends: move! at moma ps1

oak recommends: move! at moma ps1

Coming up this Sunday, and right in our own backyard. With contributions from several designers we have carried throughout the years, including alexander wang, tim hamilton, and more… MOVE! is a two-day event merging the […]