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Nicola Conte @ Highline Ballroom

Posted on August 10, 2009 Under Music

Exactly ten years ago, summertime in every city was lit up for those listening by a warm weather anthem that wasn't a hip hop song or a club banger. The distinct bossa nova kick and the breezy female vocal of…

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Targets NY Fashion Show

Posted on August 18, 2010 Under Fashion

This should be amusing: Target rented out the entire Standard Hotel in NYC and are doing a huge light/music show with dancers in the rooms. Daft Punk's lighting guys are doing the light show, Spike Jonze's brother Sam Spiegel composed…

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Time For The High Line

Posted on June 12, 2009 Under Travel

It's a nice day for an elevated stroll. Open today is the first section of High Line, a park built on out of commission elevated rail that has been following since the earliest stages its conception. Running from Gansevoort…

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Playing For Change

Posted on March 24, 2009 Under Music

Smiles are sure to abound for North American audiences of Playing for Change as the musical extravaganza goes on tour this week. The multimedia, artist-driven effort is working to promote peace and music education through collaboration and live performances of…

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TED Highlight: Elizabeth Diller

Posted on March 9, 2007 Under Design

Amazing Architect Elizabeth Diller had a fantastic presentation this afternoon. She spoke about two projects, one of which readers will be quite familiar with: The High Line, something I've written about a few times. What I didn't know about was…

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High Line Groundbreaking in New York

Posted on March 29, 2006 Under Design

I first blogged about The High Line project back in July of last year, and until now had heard very little about it. On April 10th the transformation of The High line begins-- the city will celebrate the beginning of…

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The High Line

Posted on July 11, 2005 Under Design

The High Line looms between Gansevoort Street, around Little West 12th, and stretches all the way to 30th street. It's an elevated rail structure built in the early 1930's as part of the West Side Improvement project, one of NYC's…

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