Monthly Archives: October 2016

Max Beckmann in New York

Max Beckmann, the German expressionist painter who lived all throughout Europe and died on a street corner in New York City, has returned to NYC more than 60 years after his death. In spirit, at any rate. Under the hand … Continue reading

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New York’s Weirdest Antique Shop

At a normal antique shop, you’ll find vintage furniture, aged photographs, worn-out old clothing, and collector’s items. But Obscura Antiques and Oddities is anything but normal. The shop specializes in historical anatomy items. Among the things you can expect to … Continue reading

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The Museum of Sex

The Museum of Sex (MoSex) is fairly new to the New York museum scene. Established in 2002, the museum was created to chronicle the history, evolution, and societal impact of human sexuality. As can be expected, admission is strictly limited to … Continue reading

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The Book of Mormon: Reviving the Musical

The Book of Mormon is a musical that took the world by surprise. The two authors (Trey Parker and Matt Stone) are no strangers to satire as they are also the creators of South Park. About ten years ago, they … Continue reading

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