Archive for the ‘Retail’ Category
In which The Gay Recluse says wtf. Somewhat cruelly, a reader just tipped us off about several things that we’d rather not ever have learned about, but which we are now compelled to share, to both shock and amuse you. 1) There is a blog called the Art of Manliness. Wtf, we could try to […]
Filed under: Conspiracy, Disease, Retail | 5 Comments
Tags: Art of Manliness, Homophobia, Matthew Chancey, Nazis, Old Spice, Vision Forum
In which The Gay Recluse listens with admiration to the new record by The New Year. Recently we went to see The New Year in Williamsburg. It was a great show until we went back to our car and discovered that some frat boy asshole had broken off our side mirror on the car. Goodbye […]
Filed under: Brooklyn, Dissonance, Good Rock, History, Memory, Pessimism, Philosophers, Quotes, Resignation, Retail | Leave a Comment
Tags: Bedhead, CBGBs, Huysmans, Indie Rock, Kim's, Pascal, Rawk Criticism, Shows, Texas, The New York, Williamsburg
In which The Gay Recluse gets an answer. Hey, remember those awesome art-installation storefronts in Washington Heights? Our friends at Uptown Flavor just wrote to tell us that they’re part of an initiative sponsored by the West Harlem Art Fund.
Filed under: Architecture, Landscape, Retail, Washington Heights | 1 Comment
Tags: Storefronts, Uptown Flavor, WaHi, West Harlem Art Fund
In which The Gay Recluse goes to Broadway. Ohai, so did anyone else see these crazy new storefronts in Washington Heights, on Broadway between 160 and 161? (We didn’t think so.) They went in a few weeks ago — during the middle of the night — and there’s still no signage or anything else to […]
Filed under: Architecture, Capitalism, Communism, Conspiracy, Dissonance, Dream, Fashion, New York City, Retail, Washington Heights | 9 Comments
Tags: Broadway, Brothels, Costume Jewelry, Installations, Questions, Storefronts, Uptown
In which The Gay Recluse takes a trip to the suburbs. Last weekend we went flower shopping and on the way back stopped into a brand new Home Depot that was recently built somewhere in Westchester, which is this large land mass north of New York City; sometimes desolate and sometimes beautiful, it is criss-crossed […]
Filed under: Architecture, Conspiracy, Flatware, Not Every Cat a Lolcat, Retail, Search, Sickness, Technology | 3 Comments
Tags: Ardsley, Bagpipe Manuevers, Design, Drain, Endorsements, Home Depot, Manhole Covers, Scarsdale, Westchester
In which The Gay Recluse is entranced by the lowly marigold. Time/Location: Sunday afternoon at the Green Valley Nursery in Westchester. Yellow marigolds. Red marigolds. Orange marigolds.
Filed under: City Pattern Project, Dissonance, Photography, Retail, Stereotypes, The Gay Recluse, The Spring Garden | Leave a Comment
Tags: Green Valley, Marigold, Westchester
On the Vegetarian Awesomeness of Heights Vegetarian: Fuck Yes, A New Vegetarian Restaurant in Washington Heights!
In which The Gay Recluse goes to a new restaurant (twice) and is totally psyched. For all of you doubters in doubterville, take note: there’s a new restaurant on 166th Street between Broadway and Saint Nicholas, right around the corner from Dallas BBQ. And get this: it’s vegetastic! We’ve eaten there twice already this weekend […]
Filed under: Animals, Capitalism, Food, Health, Infrastructure, Pleasure, Retail, The Gay Recluse, Washington Heights | 10 Comments
Tags: Collard Greens, Drumsticks, Fried Bake, Guyana, Heights Vegetarian, Restaurants, Rice and Beans, Smoothies, Trinidad, Vegetarian