An Only-In-New-York Type Of Art Show

RAE (aka RAE BK) is a street artist, painter and sculptor who was born and raised Brooklyn, New York. His murals, paste-ups and 3-dimensional found-object sculptures can be found on city streets worldwide. His pop-up solo exhibition entitled “TRUNK WORK” invites visitors to go back in time and bare witness his triumphs of some rather strange occurrences to reclaim his lost painting and sculptures.

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Introducing City Kitchen, NYC’s Newest Giant Food Hall

Looking for a quick bite before a show? Want options for lunch? Are you looking for a place that has Lobster rolls, tacos, cheese steak, doughnuts, & shaved snow all in under one roof? City Kitchen brings New York’s most desired and hyped food concepts to the bull’s eye of NYC:, Times Square. With nine permanent food vendors plus seasonal pop-up surprises, The food court-style affair provides options for local pencil pushers to foodies who come from afar.

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A Foodie’s Guide To The Best NYC Food Events in April

Mmm..Bacon. (and beer, and Bloody Mary’s, and Fried Chicken, and all other sorts of delicious treats!) As the warm weather rolls around, so do NYC’s awesome food festivals. To make your job easier, we listed the best ones happening this month. Which means all you need to do is read the list, show up with an appetite and do what everyone loves best – eat!

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Who Will Win NYC’s Battle of The Babkas?!

New York City is home to lots of outstanding bakeries. While it may not be the birthplace of babka, we can guarantee that you won’t get a sweeter taste of one anywhere else. If for some reason we lost you at babka, lets start here. Babka, often described as a “yeast cake” or a “sweet loaf,” is a popular Jewish pastry that looks like bread twisted with ribbons of chocolate or cinnamon. Delicious, right? Well, find out where you can score the best babka in NYC.

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