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Guides Archive

October 8, 2014
A Sonically Spooky Time

Whether you want to dress up or get down, here are options for concerts and club parties on the weirdest night of the year.

October 7, 2014
Make Your Costume Work for You

8 Halloween contests for the ultracompetitive partygoer.

October 3, 2014
Where to Spot a Celebrity Ghost

Legend has it that these places have been visited by some famous spirits.

September 22, 2014
7 Holy Grails of Place-Hacking

The off-limits spots at the top of many urban daredevils’ lists.

September 22, 2014
The Everything Guide to the Urban Daredevil

Those Germans who pulled the white-flag stunt atop the Brooklyn Bridge this summer aren’t the only rush-seeking lunatics pushing the legal limits of this city. Here, first-person tales of derring-do from those who spend their free time sneaking into old psych wards and Instagramming from the top of the Queensboro. Plus, a few less-life-threatening thrills that (probably) won’t get you arrested.

August 25, 2014
Fall Preview 2014: Stores

Preppy hubs, parisian shoes, ungurahua-nut shampoos.

June 16, 2014
Connect the Clay People

Marta is friends with Eleni who borrows kiln space from Farrah. They all started out at Choplet. Here, try to follow the Greenpoint–North Williamsburg web.

June 16, 2014
Get Your Pots Here

The Primary Essentials, Still House, and more.

June 16, 2014
Where to Throw Down

Studios and classes with extra-hot kilns, boozy Friday nights, and a ceramicist patient enough for your 11-year-old.

June 16, 2014
The Everything Guide to Urban Claymaking

There’s a reason the guy with the man-bun on your morning commute has been showing up with muddy orange splotches on his jeans. He, like dozens of other Artisanal Brooklynites, has a new hobby: ceramics.

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