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    Max Patel
    Lincoln Square
    24 May
    Upper Westside is my favorite!
    John Jay College - Tennis Court, Haaren Hall (Rooftop), New York, New York 10019, United States
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  • Believe me when I say Art has no boundaries! That’s what I’ve seen throughout the American Folk Art Museum NYC. My eyes are blessed after seeing the amazing art work done by self-taught individuals. This museum has an amazing collection of Art – from paper work and books to models and objects. The diversity really got my attention. I’ve heard they offer training to refine one’s skills that is why they offer several programs. If you’re interested in Art like me then you better not miss the chance of joining the upcoming programs related to ‘Virtual Closer Look Tour’ and ‘Virtual Folk Art Reflections’ on the 3rd of March. They’re also holding a Jazz live performance at the museum on 2nd of March, 2022 around 1 PM, and oh I’m super excited! I actually like the place for being so lively and creative. The exhibitions arouse a feeling of warmth and comfort. There’s a whole meaning behind every piece which is the most fascinating thing about Art. I’m definitely amazed by all of it and can’t wait for the upcoming exhibitions.
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    American Folk Art Museum, 2 Lincoln Sq, New York, New York 10023, United States
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  • Why did nobody tell me about Allbirds? I came across the store about last week and decided to step in. I must say this place has the best shoes ever! The staff was kind and I was greeted just as I walked in. It’s a big and airy store. I think they could tell I was coming for the first time lol. Anyways, I learnt a lot about the store regarding how it produces products from recycled materials and I was quite amazed by the quality! The store was filled with sneakers, dashers, slip-ons, and whatnot. There were not many sizes available tho such as half sizes but I loved the designs. I tried some out too and grabbed myself a pair of slip-ons that I can wear at home because they seemed too comfy. I’m glad the checkout process was quick. I didn’t bring along enough money or I could buy a pair of dashers too but next time for sure when I visit this place again…
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    World Cafe, 201 Columbus Ave, New York, New York 10023, United States
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  • One of my favorite things to do with friends is catch a performance or show at the Lincoln Center. Their calendar is so packed full of unique events, I can't even begin to summarize them here. You can check out their calendar at this link: https://www.lincolncenter.org/lincoln-center-at-home/calendar Some of February's events that catch my eye include showings of The Breakfast Club, performances by the Juilliard Jazz Orchestra, Swan Lake I and II by The New York City Ballet, and performances by the Metropolitan Opera.
    Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, 70 Lincoln Center Plz, New York, New York 10023, United States
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  • Hello, fellow art lovers! If you haven’t hit the Folk Art Museum over at Lincoln Square (right at the corner of 66th and Columbus), I highly recommend it! I’m always surprised by the number of locals who haven’t hit it yet. I know a lot of us tend to hit MoMA or the Met over and over, but if you’re a visitor or resident- I’d really recommend heading to the Folk Art Museum for a change of pace. What I love about the Folk Art Museum is that it doesn’t have that sort of traditional, classically popular art that you’ll find in a lot of museums with impressionist work, or abstract pieces, or any of the usual stuff. Folk art tells cultural stories, and it’s super expressionist. The emphasis on culture is just what society needs right now- opening ourselves up to the cultures and traditions of others rather than the work of famous individuals. Also, the colors are just stunning! Everything is so vibrant and alive. There are also a ton of different mediums and types of work- books, paintings, sculptures, furniture, textiles, three-dimensional pieces. The range is incredible. Big bonus- admission is always free! Just make sure you book in advance. It’s literally the perfect spot, especially if you have a tight budget but need some beautiful culture in your life. Plus, they just opened two new exhibits today, so it’s a perfect refresh.
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    American Folk Art Museum, 2 Lincoln Sq, New York, New York 10023, United States
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  • I love how much culture is in this neighborhood! When I can make time, I love going to the Lincoln Center. The Lincoln Center is home to the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Ballet, and the New York Philharmonic. As well as some memorable Gossip Girl scenes 😉 There are endless opportunities to see beautiful performances here! And last summer’s GREEN installation was beautiful. While I love the classic entertainment of the Lincoln Center, I love when the city incorporates new art installations like it. Can’t wait to return soon!
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    Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, 70 Lincoln Center Plz, New York, New York 10023, United States
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  • When I first moved to the UWS, I was on the hunt for all the best dog-friendly places in the area. My pup Toby and I love to get out and explore the city together, so it's always a bonus to find a bar or restaurant that allows me to bring him with me! If you've been looking for somewhere new to visit with your four-legged friends, here are a few of my faves: 1. Fred's Restaurant - this spot is even named after a dog! 2. Tacombi - I visited Tacombi a few times before learning that they're dog-friendly! 3. The Sensuous Bean - get your coffee, pastries, and good vibes at this dog-friendly spot.
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    The Sensuous Bean, 66 W 70th St, New York, New York 10023, United States
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