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  • The Food of the New Astoria Flea Market
    Right in the middle of Kaufman Astoria Studios's outdoor lot on Sunday, May 4 debuted a massive new flea market that will run for eight Sundays this summer, offering food vendors, antiques, collectibles, art, crafts, fashion, jewelry and more. Photos by Bradley Hawks for the Village Voice. See...
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  • Occupy Wall Street Protests Cecily McMillan Guilty Verdict
    Members of Occupy Wall Street turned out at Zuccotti Park to protest the guilty verdict handed down on Monday, May 5 against Cecily McMillan, an OWS activist. She was convicted of elbowing an NYPD officer during a protest marking the six-month anniversary of the OWS movement in March 2012....
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  • An Impromptu Art Show in the MoMA Bathrooms
    On May 2, 2014 Matt Starr and his "gang" of artists set up shop inside the MoMA bathrooms on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 6th floors. The artists dressed in the same camouflage clothing and handed out prints made by Starr to bathroom visitors. Visitors were encouraged to visit all the bathrooms to...
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  • Cheryl Gets Psychic at Secret Project Robot
    The final Cheryl party until the end of summer paid homage to the bygone era of telephone psychics, while DJ's played "nu-disco, psychic electro, and brain house that will enable you to communicate with your Future Past Self in a parallel dance floor dimension." The party went down at Secret...
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  • May the Fourth Be With You in Times Square
    Thanks to the Internet, Star Wars obsessives around the world celebrated their made-up holiday on Sunday, May 4, 2014 ("May the Fourth Be With You"). In New York, the New York Light Saber Academy taught the public the martial methods of the Saber Academy at the Ripley's Believe It Or Not!...
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  • All Hail Your 2014 Mr(s) Williamsburg Winner
    Mr(s) Metropolitan Bar (Aja) won the title of 2014 Mr(s) Williamsburg, besting worthy opponents Mr(s) Lulu's (Chris of HUR), Mr(s) This n' That (TNT) (Charlene), and Mr(s) WILDCARD (Miss Cherry Delight/Drea Lorraine) on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at Lulu's (113 Franklin Street). Hosted by Darlinda...
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  • Scenes from the NYC Cannabis Parade
    Going down Broadway from from 32nd Street to Union Square Park, the 2014 NYC Cannabis Parade brought out pro-pot advocates from all walks of life on Saturday, May 3, 2014, who tried to bring attention to the idea of medical marijuan in NYC. Photos by Emily Tan for the Village Voice. See...
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  • Portraits from Holi NYC
    Holi Hai, also known as the Festival of Colors, celebrates the coming of spring, the joy of friendship, and equality for all. Held on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at the Yard @ C-PAC (Cultural Performing Arts Center) in Brooklyn, thousands of participants joined in to dance and generally cover each...
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  • Sara Kramer & Sarah Hymanson Debut "Next Big Thing" Dinner Series
    On Wednesday, April 30 and Thursday, May 1, chef Sara Kramer, formerly of Glasserie, and her former sous chef Sarah Hymanson teamed up to create a four-course meal at City Grit in Nolita. Part of the venue's "Next Big Thing" series, the dinner featured Kramer's signature Middle Eastern touches...
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  • The Bounce Ballroom at Brooklyn Night Bazaar
    The Bounce Ballroom -- an event put on as part of the Red Bull Music Academy Festival -- attracted fans of Jersey Club, Voguing, Housing and Bruk Up/Flexing dance styles to free Brooklyn Night Bazaar on Thursday, May 1. DJ's included Bobby Konders, Todd Terry, DJ MikeQ, MC Kevin JZ, Prodigy, DJ...
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  • May Day 2014 in NYC Focuses on Worker Benefits and Wages
    Thousands of people gathered at City Hall in New York City on Thursday, May 1 for the annual May Day rally, and later marched down Broadway past Wall Street. The action was organized by a coalition of unions, immigration groups, and community organizations. They rallied for better working...
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  • Remembering Andy Warhol's Censored Mural at the World's Fair
    So, it turns out hanging giant mugshots of hardcore bad guys on publicly funded buildings is frowned-upon. In 1963, then up-and-coming pop artist Andy Warhol was asked to produce art work for the 1964 World's Fair in Queens, and he learned this lesson the hard way: His mural idea was...
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