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... artists’ talks, you can participate in shows at the gallery and get discounted rates on their classes. I’ll still work from home some days, but it’s less easy to get distracted there… Check it out here http://brooklynartspace.org/
That evening I went to Lola’s birthday party at their apartment. Their apartment is in Soho and had the most amazing artworks throughout the apartment building ...
... the Rockefeller Centre as the sun was setting. As you would expect, the views were stunning. We discovered that asking for tomato sauce is to be met with blank looks - it's ketchup or nothing.
We found buckets of frogs for sale on the streets in China Town. We saw a girl walking down the street, whose vocabulary seemed limited to "oh my god", which she repeated not less than 10 times until she disappeared round ...
... but I got in there anyway. It is on the second floor
of a very large building, I would call this typical! It looked very nice. When
class started I experienced a very different way of warming up, but a great
one. And the class itself… a spinning pole…. Yeah not used to it. You’ll get
very dizzy. All the tricks that you know will be nothing here, and of course
the aerial invert which won’t work for me. I was there with ...
How? Via my new IPad app, via the IPad. Very high tech, you see. Who? Me, the girl in the bowlers hat. Soon to be the fabulously sophisticated Brooklyn Jones, inspired by the fabulously sophisticated Jess Bradley*. What? Writing a blog, saving up for an awesome bowlers hat and an amazing lifetime in America. Why? So I can expand my journalism skills, and write down that hilarious yet sarcastic and cunningly witty voice inside me. So I can get a job as ...
... Droning guitar, consistent and fairly unambitious drumming, female bassist (go girl!), and some actually nice vocal ability by 3 of the 4 members. They were clearly the least experienced of the 3 groups we'd see, but they had some good songs, good vibes, and a "sound." Most of the rest of the crowd wasn't really conscious of music when the original shoe gaze craze began (being they were probably 2 or 3 years old, tops), so I'll bet this band can rebuild ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility