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August 3, 2009
A Year in Bushwick

Dustin Payseur, 23, was sick of working at Urban Outfitters and about to move back home to North Carolina—but then he got a record deal.

April 6, 2009

Alden Ehrenreich played a cross-dressing punk in a movie he made for a bat mitzvah.

November 16, 2009
The Bangles

Danielle (24) and Jodie (27) Snyder launched their Dannijo jewelry line last year, using $40,000 from savings and a small family loan. It’s now sold in 75 locations across twelve countries.

November 23, 2009
Scrappy Scrambler

Eight-year-old Ashima Shiraishi loves to rock climb.

December 14, 2009
Social Architect

Marc Kushner has built a Facebook for architects. Since it launched last month, 558 firms—including those of Rem Koolhaas, Enrique Norten, and Steven Holl—have already joined.

November 9, 2009
Ad Buster

Jordan Seiler, 29, is on a mission to replace outdoor advertisements with art. Late last month, he coordinated a stealth campaign to whitewash and redecorate swaths of lower Manhattan.

November 2, 2009
Early Bloomer

Brian Mahanna, 28, is a policy adviser to the mayor’s reelection campaign.

October 26, 2009
Not Kissing Matt Damon

Sarah Bradford, 22, got a shock when she first tried out for a movie that happened to star her stepbrother.

October 19, 2009
Broadway Bound

Meet the new Eugene Jerome, Neil Simon’s alter ego in the Brighton Beach Memoirs revival.

October 12, 2009
Son of Spike

Ray Tintori’s short film won a Sundance prize, and his music videos caught Spike Jonze’s eye. Jonze recently tapped Tintori, 25, to write and direct a feature film he’s producing.

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