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Come to the show! 10/31/13 at pianos. There is also an awesome Bansky stencil literally across the street if you are interested in that sort of thing. — at PIANOS.

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Hey folks,
I’m putting on the finishing touches to the 2011 Addendum, and it will be available on 4/11/11. That’s next Monday. It’ll be a free download for the first 24 hours, so tell all of your friends as well! It’s loaded chock full of new ideas I’ve been fermenting for the last year or so, as well as places/people/events to check out this year.
Next week will mark the birth of something much bigger, as well…keep your ears peeled for that announcement also being made on Monday.
Life has been treating me rather well, and it’s safe to say that I’m busier, more creative and happier than ever. My best wishes to everyone that is witnessing the strange, beastly nature of the world these days…
Until next monday, carry on!

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This is the directory. It’s huge, and it took me a long time to put together. If you ever need to find any place around New York City that is cool, you’ll probably be able to find it here. I’m currently doing a few things, as always, including but not limited to: brewing a batch of strawberry Octoberfest, working on some songs to play at Path Cafe’s Thursday Open Mic night, editing a super secret project of which details will be released very soon, finishing up final edits for the 2011 Starving Artist’s Guide Addendum, and some other stuff too. I’m also going to update the LINKS section of this site this week. Stay tuned!

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When people picture moving to New York City, what usually comes to mind is that great beacon of hope, The Statue Of Liberty, or the stoic Empire State Building, the Bronze Bull down on Wall Street, or maybe even a slice of the best pizza in the world. What doesn’t come to mind, however, is that itchy, son-of-a-bitchy pest that has been claiming blood from all those naive transplants to the greatest city in the world. That’s right. Bedbugs. (more…)

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Hey folks,
Things are going astoundingly well these days, I’m still working out the kinks in getting my book up and out into the world, as well as writing part-time for Death and Taxes magazine, and also kickin’ it as an Art Instructor for Manhattan public schools.
But just cause I’m busy don’t mean I ain’t still a starving artist. In fact, as I write this I’m cooking up a sizable pan of rice and beans for a killer burrito, the recipe for which you can find in The Starving Artist’s Guide To New York City on page 103.
But speaking of food, I read a great article in The L Magazine that is about food stamps in their most recent “The Unemployment Guide” edition on newsstands now. Gotta love it. Anyways, here’s a link to one man’s journey to attempting to obtain precious Food Stamps. It’s called “Food Stamps Denied,” and it’s by Henry Stewart. It makes me wanna try to get ’em myself.

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Great news!
You can get my book through Amazon.com now!
Take a look at it here.
I’ve been hard at work trying to get the distribution and made the final tweaks to the book about 2 weeks ago. It’d be a great help for everyone to tell your friends about the book and get it flying off the shelves.

We’ve gotten a bunch of short stories for the contest, so I’ll post some up this weekend when I get a chance…Since I’ve been swamped lately, I’ll give you til Saturday to send your story to starvingartistsguide@gmail(.)com

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I got this information via FreeNYC.net, which is a great daily email that gives you all the details on what’s going on every day. Definitely sign up for it!

“March 1 – May 31, seven Museums in NYC are featuring an unlimited two-for-one admission with a coupon that can be printed out from any of the museums’ websites, and available at NYC & Company’s Official NYC Information Center (810 Seventh Ave., bet. 52nd and 53rd Sts.). This pass encourages museum-goers, tourists, and locals to visit smaller, more specialized museums.” Participating museums are: American Folk Art Museum, Asia Society Museum, Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art, Museum of Chinese in America, Rubin Museum of Art and The Studio Museum in Harlem. Download pass here.

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