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April 20th, 2010 | Category: Day in the Life,Family

As time passes I realize more and more what is truly taking priority. All I want to do is celebrate those closest to me, enjoy this new found peace, and put everything else on the side. This week I took my love out for his birthday. We set it off at his favorite restaurant in the east village called GYU-KAKU. One of the most delicious Japanese BBQ spots I’ve ever been to. Damn that food was good!!! we recommend it 100% Go for the Kobe, Kim-Chee Sukiyaki Bibimbap rice , and the Eryngi mushrooms OMG YUM! Throw in a little desert while your at it, and pop some bubbly. The bill will be off the roof but it will be worth it;) Great spot…




Appetizer…Samon in hot oil with ginger and scallions…


Grill it up! This is the fun part, just sizzle your Kobe and your veggies and your good to go…


I love my Kym-Chee rice. especially when it’s medium spicey! I’m getting hungry just staring at this photo…


“Barrigita llena corazon contento”, as my grandma would say. Home sweet home time…


This year we will have many celebrations in our family. Everything from anniversary’s, milestone birthdays, and babies. We are moving into a whole new direction and it feels really really good and right on time. I love you babe!!!

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April 20th, 2010 | Category: Community,Events,Exhibitions,Graffiti / Street Art

5Pointz Fundraiser tomorrow! Gonna support our hommie MERES in the auction of works by various artists to raise funds for our beloved factory. The space is in heavy need of wall fixing, ladders, and supplies to continue it’s efforts in organizing colorful works of urban art throughout the building.

5Pointz Fundraiser

April 21, 2010 // 7-10PM

Session 73:  on 1st ave & 73rd Street // 6 Train to 68th St/Hunter College


5 Pointz: The Institute of Higher Burnin’ or the 5Pointz Aerosol Art Center, Inc. is an outdoor art exhibit space in Long Island City, New York, considered to be the world’s premiere “graffiti Mecca,” where aerosol artists from around the globe paint colorful pieces on the walls of a 200,000-square-foot factory building.The complex owned by Long Island developer Gerald Wolkoff houses the Crane Street Studios in which 200 artists pay below market rents for studio space. 


In 2002 Jonathan Cohen, a graffiti artist operating under the name “Meres” began curating the work. If he is not familiar with an artist, Cohen will ask for a sample of their work; if it is a mural, he will ask for a layout as well. The name 5Pointz signifies the five boroughs coming together as one but, because of its reputation as an epicenter of the graffiti scene, the industrial complex has actually united aerosol artists from across the world. Legendary writers from Canada, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Japan, Brazil, and all over the United States have painted on the building walls.


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