Archive for July, 2016

Museum of Ice Cream Pop-Up Opens With Sprinkles Galore

Museum of Ice Cream Pop-Up Opens With Sprinkles GaloreThe museum featuring all things ice cream will open its doors to the public tomorrow (FRIDAY) with a life size pool of sprinkles, an ice cream playground, and art inspired by summer’s coldest, creamiest sweet treat. The Museum of Ice Cream will only be around for a month at 100 Gansevoort St., and tickets have already sold out. If you’re one of the lucky ones to nab a ticket, here’s what to expect: a pool of sprinkles that you can swim in, illustrations and sculptures of ice cream, a swing shaped like an ice cream sandwich, and samples of ice cream from both food scientist Irwin Adam and local shops like OddFellows and Original Chinatown Ice Cream Factory, which have created Museum of Ice Cream-exclusive flavors.


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Before Rudy died, she taught me lessons on living

Rudy Polynice, 16, knew bone cancer was winning when she took the stage at the Runway to Hope fashion show for pediatric cancer. But she wasn't going to let it get her spirits down.

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Tom Hanks to be honored at MoMA Film Benefit

US actor Tom HanksActor Tom Hanks, known for his Oscar-winning roles in "Philadelphia" and "Forest Gump," will be the honored guest at this year's MoMA Film Benefit in New York. The benefit, presented by Chanel, will feature a gala dinner and a tribute to Hanks' work. "Tom Hanks is a true force in cinema.


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The camera never lies… or does it

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Museum sketches bright future for art in Indonesia

Museum sketches bright future for art in IndonesiaFrom Jakarta to Bali and Yogyakarta, the Indonesian art world is flourishing. Buoyed by a growing, affluent middle class at home as well as interest from international buyers, numerous boutique galleries and artists' communities have sprung up, while events such as the Jakarta Biennale, the annual ArtJog fair, and Bazaar Art Jakarta have fuelled interest. Businessman Haryanto Adikoesoemo is determined to change that: next year he will open the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara (Museum MACAN).


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