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The Urbanist’s Las Vegas: Where to Eat
The Urbanist’s Las Vegas: What to Do
The Urbanist’s Las Vegas
Secret pizza joints, KISS-themed mini-golf, bulldozer rides.
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Down to the Last Salvaged Boardwalk Plank
How a seedy strip club—with the help of creative studio hOmE—morphed into Greenpoint’s highly Instagrammable new bar, Ramona (113 Franklin St.).
When choosing a meal plan, you can go formal or familiar. Just do it with a twist.
And Do Some Good While You’re At It
Where to donate everything, from toys to coats to flip cams.
Gift Sprint: The Iron-Shopper Showdown
Six professional curator types go head-to-head in three store-packed neighborhoods. The challenge: Knock off your entire holiday list in three hours or less.
Ever Seen This One Before?
Highly unorthodox poses from New York’s yoga vanguard.
Small bites inspired by four pillars of the local restaurant scene.
Worth Diving For
The new breed of bridal bouquet is embellished with rocks, sheet music, oregano, and other unlikely add-ons.
Any Way You Slice It
Who says the final course has to be all-white and quintuple-tiered? Here, 33 cakes that toy with convention.
19. Pro-Crown Heights
(Washington to Franklin Avenues, Atlantic Avenue to Eastern Parkway)
Because it’s Park Slope in 1991.
Because you can now reap what the locavore pizzaioli sowed.
The Analog Underground
A new generation of digital apostates rejects zeroes and ones in favor of celluloid, vinyl, ink, paper, and the click-clack-ding-slide of a typewriter.
Next-gen gadgets with a last-gen look.
The stores, parties, meetups, and classes devoted to all things non-digital.
Seven analog obsessives explain their allegiance to outdated technology.
Monotone bouquets and boutonnieres spanning every hue in the visible spectrum.
White Cake, Wild Filling
Don't judge a cake by its fondant.