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After 54 years and more than 20 studio albums, Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones is finally giving fans the satisfaction they could never get, with a 17,000 square foot interactive exhibit packed with over 500 pieces of personal memorabilia, 190 original artworks, and 9 thematic galleries that are purely rock n’ roll. Host Annamaria Stewart speaks with Exhibitionism curator Ileen Gallagher about collaborating with the band members, The Stones’ iconic fashion, and recreating their Edith Grove flat.

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New York may not be the city of lights but it has been home to over 100,000 neon signs over the years. Although only a handful of these historic signs remain, the art of neon is still alive in Tribeca at Let There Be Neon, one of the city’s last remaining neon craftsmen shops. Technology may change the standard for signage but neon has made a resurgence with artists, designers, and brands all gravitating towards this nostalgic light. Host Annamaria Stewart meets up Jeff Friedman, the owner of Let There Be Neon, who much like NYC is no stranger to neon signs.

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NYC’s Most Instagrammable Foods: The New Class

August 31, 2016 // 0 Comments

The Instagram era brought the culinary world a category of food that favors novelty and encourages hybrid combinations, of course we’re talking about viral food. People from around the world line up for blocks to get a taste, and more importantly a photo, of these photogenic foods, because obviously “pics or it didn’t happen.” We’re talking over-the-top milkshakes, gold Cristal donuts, and who can forget the rainbow bagel. Since this Instagrub sensation doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon, we scoured the city for the next crop of Instafamous foods. So grab your Instagram husband because in this edition of the NYC Urban Guidebook we’re skipping the two hour wait at Black Tap and passing by Dominique Ansel as host Annamaria Stewart (@annamaria_stewart) presents our picks for food porn – The New Class.

1) Vivi Bubble Tea LES (@vivibubbleteales) – Cotton Candy Bubble Tea Float

2) Clinton Hall (@clintonhallny) – Walter White Crystal Methadonuts

3) Cupcake Market (@cupcakemarketnyc) – Candidate Cookies / Kim, Kanye and Taylor Cookies

4) Cha Cha Matcha (@chachamatcha) – Matcha Latte Foam Portraits

5) Stick With Me Sweets (@swmsweets) – Storybook Bonbons

6) by CHLOE (@bychefchloe) – Chic Vegan Eats

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New York is home to some of the most famous art museums in the world, but stepping outside these museum walls opens you up to one of the globe’s largest street art collections. With so much to take in, you’ll need a guide to find the best the city has to offer. Host Annamaria Stewart (@annamariachen) heads to the Bushwick Collective (@TheBKCollective) to meet up with Gabe Schoenberg, an expert on the New York street art and graffiti scene and the owner of Graff Tours (@GraffTours), New York’s first tour dedicated to urban art.

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It might only cost two bucks to pony up but it took over 15 million dollars and 27 years to bring a 1922 Carousel from Youngstown, Ohio to a clear pavilion in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Host Annamaria Stewart (@annamariachen) meets up with Jane Walentas, the woman behind Jane’s Carousel (@janescarousel), to learn the storied past of Brooklyn’s iconic Carousel.

www.JanesCarousel.com

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If you’ve ever been to Hong Kong you are undoubtedly familiar with the city’s most popular street food, egg waffles. Since this Cantonese street snack landed stateside it has been a fixture in Chinatowns across the country, but has mostly remained a well-kept secret amongst neighborhood locals. This year Mulberry Street received a new addition, Eggloo (@myeggloo), which is bringing egg waffles to the masses with a hybrid twist that proves everything is better with ice cream. Host Annamaria Stewart (@annamariachen) meets up with Eggloo co-founder Mike Tan to learn more about New York’s latest viral food craze.

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In the late 1800’s Italians immigrated to the United States via New York’s own Ellis Island, bringing with them a recipe for something called Pizza. In 1905 America’s first pizzeria was opened on Spring Street in Little Italy. With so much history it’s no surprise that New York City still churns out some of the most authentic pizza pies in North America. So if you want the country’s best pizza, you come to New York and if you want to learn how to make it, you come to Pizza a Casa pizza school on the Lower East Side. Host Annamaria Stewart (@AnnamariaChen) sits down with owner Mark Bello to learn about the history of Pizza a Casa and partakes in their pizza self-sufficiency class, tackling a classic Neapolitan pizza while Mark demonstrates how to make the perfect New York style pie, giving viewers a preview of how to make restaurant quality pizza in their home kitchen.

Pizza a Casa Pizza School – www.pizzaschool.com

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Music : Bushwick Tarantella by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/…)
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The Most Dangerous Ride in NYC – PBR at MSG

February 1, 2016 // 0 Comments

For the past 10 years The World’s Most Famous Arena has been transformed to host the most dangerous 8 seconds in sports. The top 35 professional bull riders in the world battle it out in the first PBR Major of 2016, the Monster Energy Buckoff at Madison Square Garden. Host Annamaria Stewart catches up with professional bull rider Ryan Dirteater, bullfighter Shorty Gorhman and stock contractor Jeff Robinson to learn more about the toughest sport on dirt, PBR.

PBR – Built Ford Tough Series Schedule: http://www.pbr.com/en/bfts/schedule.aspx
PBR at Madison Square Garden: www.thegarden.com

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You can now experience 40 years of SNL, the longest running comedy program in U.S. history, in its first ever full-scale exhibition on 5th Avenue, just blocks from the legendary Studio 8H. Saturday Night Live: The Exhibition not only showcases the history of the iconic program, but it gives fans a behind the scenes look at the hectic week that goes into every episode, chronicling the 6-day creative process from start to finish. The interactive exhibition allows visitors to jump into SNL sets from Jeopardy, Wayne’s World, and Weekend Update while surrounded by original props and costumes from the show. Host Annamaria Stewart sits down with Creative Director Mark Lach on a full-scale recreation of Studio 8H to learn what went into creating Saturday Night Live: The Exhibition.

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www.snltheexhibition.com
Saturday Night Live: The Exhibition
417 5th Ave
New York, NY 10016

Sneakerheads will get a kick out of the Brooklyn Museum’s latest exhibition which chronicles the history and impact of a piece of footwear that is largely responsible for the commercialization of athletics; a shoe that has transcended both race and status to create a culture all its own; the sneaker. Host Annamaria Stewart sat down with Lisa Small, curator of “The Rise of Sneaker Culture” exhibition, to talk about curating the exhibit, how the Jordan Brand reached icon status, the transition from sportswear to fashion, and the preservation of collectible sneakers.

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www.BrooklynMuseum.org
The Rise of Sneaker Culture
July 10 – October 4 2015

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