New Hope has struggled with the overcommercialization of America, while never losing its ultra-progressive, inclusive, artistic edge. From this struggle, the town has found a balance between the modern and the classic, the one-time counterculture and the current zeitgeist. And everyone is welcome.Read More
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Minutes after I took a photo of my mother admiring Monet’s “Japanese Footbridge and the Water Lily Pool,” she shared with me that pointillism may be her favorite impressionist style because she loves the complexity of being able to look at something from various perspectives and see totally different dimensions.Read More
The past isn’t really all that prologue, if everything is constantly changing. So retreading the footsteps of the past through the lens of curiosity is proving to be quite an intoxicating experience.Read More
Underneath a musty layer of cynicism beats the heart of a place full of art, music, cinema, culture, outrage, history, and a growing awareness of its own self-importance. That heartbeat remains the pulse to what truly is the greatest city in the world.Read More
Is there anything more white suburban American than air drumming to the Pixies on full blast while sitting in traff… https://t.co/0dbPWnhoPi
I have kind of a special childhood history around the musical, Cats. The first time I got to see the show, I litera… https://t.co/jtmRfE6eGt
Casey Neistat’s farewell to New York was tremendous; smart, heartfelt, emotional, and inspiring. Godspeed Neistat family!