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2013 Stories by Araceli Cruz

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  • DIVE IN

    published December 25, 2013

    Some believe that the way you spend the first day of January will dictate the rest of your year. Take that advice to heart by heading to the... More >>

  • YOU HAD ME AT ‘TOM CRUISE’

    published December 18, 2013

    You know him from Top Gun, Rain Man, and Jerry Maguire. But have you... More >>

  • LONG OVERDUE

    published December 18, 2013

    Inside MOMA, you may think a tornado has just ripped through the space, leaving behind relics of someone’s life — opened suitcases,... More >>

  • ALL I WANT FOR XMAS IS . . .

    published December 11, 2013

    Every year, the day after Thanksgiving, we spice up our usual playlist and listen to nonstop holiday music. That means for more than a month... More >>

  • INDIE INNOVATION

    published December 11, 2013

    You might have camped out in the cold just to get your hands on the new PS4, but perhaps experiencing the latest in video game technology... More >>

  • NEVER GROW UP

    published December 4, 2013

    Perhaps you remember the YouTube parody "Hipster Olympics," which went viral for its hilarious depiction of young Williamsburg residents competing... More >>

  • BLURRED LINES

    published December 4, 2013

    Most movies made in high school are best left in storage. But for multimedia artist Ryan Trecartin, who filmed a short titled "Junior War"... More >>

  • DON’T HATE

    published November 27, 2013

    With the plethora of selfies and vacation and baby pictures all over social media, 
it’s become second nature to hate and criticize... More >>

  • California Dreaming

    published November 20, 2013

    Growing up in Queens, Michael Amorillo was influenced early by the graffiti he saw all over the highways and billboards on drives into the... More >>

  • Looking Back

    published November 20, 2013

    Fifty years later, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy still resonates as one of the most shocking moments in U.S. history. "JFK... More >>

  • LOOKING BACK

    published November 20, 2013

    Fifty years later, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy still resonates as one of the most shocking moments in U.S. history. “JFK... More >>

  • CALIFORNIA DREAMING

    published November 20, 2013

    Growing up in Queens, Michael Amorillo was influenced early by the graffiti he saw all over the highways and billboards on drives into the city.... More >>

  • TRANSFORMING CINEMA

    published November 13, 2013

    Because it’s rare to see minority women on television, some actresses have to 
resort to extreme measures. In Becoming... More >>

  • LOOK AROUND

    published November 13, 2013

    Entering the second floor of the Whitney Museum you might feel as if you’ve stepped into a hot air balloon that has drifted high above... More >>

  • YOU BETTER WORK

    published November 6, 2013

    From Cristóbal Balenciaga to Alexander McQueen, gay designers have set the tone of fashion for centuries. A Queer History of Fashion: From... More >>

  • MORI'S WORLD

    published November 6, 2013

    It’s been 10 years since Mariko Mori presented work in a New York museum. Now the Japanese pop artist is back with a major solo show of her... More >>

  • PUT YOUR KAWS UP

    published October 30, 2013

    The colorful work by New York artist KAWS can easily be described as bigger than life. His mammoth sculptures and large graphic paintings usually... More >>

  • THE TIME IS NOW

    published October 23, 2013

    Creative Time is known for executing some pretty impressive projects masterminded by innovative artists. Remember Paul Ramírez... More >>

  • EVERYBODY GOES CHUNG TONIGHT

    published October 23, 2013

    We’ve encountered fashion muse and on-air personality Alexa Chung twice: Once in an elevator, in which we stared at her casually chic short... More >>

  • HAUNTED CANVAS

    published October 9, 2013

    Last year, Hurricane Sandy put a major damper on the Halloween festivities, which resulted in the cancellation of the Halloween Parade. This year,... More >>

  • Q&A: Mario Alberto Zambrano on Taking the Leap From Dancer to Novelist With Lotería

    published September 25, 2013

    The game Lotería can best be described as a Mexican version of bingo, but instead of numbers, each card bears a striking image, such as... More >>

  • HOUSE OF CARDS

    published September 25, 2013

    The game Lotería can best be described as a Mexican version of bingo, but instead of numbers, each card bears a striking image, such as the... More >>

  • OLD-SCHOOL NYC

    published September 25, 2013

    Wish you could have been in NYC for the rise of hip-hip in the ’80s? Tonight, let photographer Ricky Powell (a/k/a the Fourth Beastie Boy)... More >>

  • AUTOMATIC FOR THE PEOPLE

    published September 25, 2013

    As one of the revolutionaries in the New York art movement of the 1940s, Robert Motherwell started a gang of sorts that included other abstract or... More >>

  • AN EXPLOSION 
OF SOUND

    published September 18, 2013

    What do you do when you’ve created one of the most incredible Latin dance parties in New York City? You create another one. That’s... More >>

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