Archive | May, 2014

After The Party: The Morning After

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Lake Ozark, Missouri (And Party Cove) For Dummies

Click Here For The Printable Version Of This Article Party Cove Galleries Party Cove: Gallery 1 Party Cove: Gallery 2 The NY Times calls it the “Oldest established permanent floating bacchanal in the country.” Nicknamed “The Dragon” because of its unusual serpentine shape, Missouri’s Lake Of The Ozark (not to be confused with the town […]

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Party Hard Friday (Episode 5)

Check out Andrew W.K.‘s worldwide weekend anthem “Party Hard.”   Party Hard Friday (Episode 5)

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Party Like The 80s (Episode 1) Featuring DJ SKARAB

I don’t care what anybody says…. The 80s is the greatest decade in American history. And while I know that every decade can make many great claims on the shaping of popular culture, no decade did it quite like the 80s. The 80s was the start of so much. MTV, CNN, and multiple music genres […]

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[Video] Cincinnati Fringe Festival vs HLA

We’ve completed our 4th Annual mural project at Cincinnati’s Know Theatre. For this year’s theme we decided to go ANTI-Mural. Partially playing on the recent pop culture validation of “Graffiti” in the sanctioned art world. In a nut shell, the wall itself evolved over a 10 day period from a blank wall with a single […]

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Wild Art Wednesday: The Frog House: Newport Beach, California

  The Frog House: Newport Beach, California  

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Belting Out The Blues @ Dinosaur Bar-B-Que

The last stop on our tour of Syracuse: Niagara Mohawk Building What do you call a barbecue shack, a blues joint and a biker bar all rolled into one? If you happen to be in central NY the answer would have to be Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. There’s several locations in NY/NJ including Rochester (in the old […]

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Niagara Mohawk Building: An Art Deco Masterpiece

If you were to ask most people to name an art deco classic in the state of New York the Chrysler Building would probably be your most common answer. Upstate New York is probably the last place you’d expect to find anything art deco that could rival anything in NYC but the Niagara Mohawk Building […]

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Party District: Armory Square – Syracuse, NY

A popular area with students from Syracuse University and Le Moyne College, this small, hip little neighborhood on the west side of Downtown began life as a busy commercial and industrial area. Today, Armory Square is home to some of the city’s better restaurants, a couple of coffeehouses, a radio station, dozens of small shops […]

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On The Town In Syracuse, NY

The next stop on our tour of Syracuse: Armory Square The next stop on our tour of Syracuse: Armory Square   On The Town: Syracuse, NY

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