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"half awake, half asleep by Maki Kaoru explores perceptual responses to nature. This work presents layers of abstracted, ephemeral images of blossoms, rays of light, and leaves that interact with the surrounding natural elements of LentSpace, drawing attention to the public space."


We will all reflect upon the horrors of 9/11. Who cannot see this monumental Shakespearean tragedy for the drama, human sorrow, and murderous evil it revealed? Perhaps a quiet reflection on a similar time, some years ago, may help us understand this in some perspective.


As part of our “Art of Intelligence” series we have been collecting poems, prose, art and more from former and current intelligence officers. The following poem is written by John W. Davis, an Intelligence Officer with the US Army.


Looking for a place to rock out?  Look no further than Craigslist!  Posted last week, weekly in Brooklyn and Manhattan Frank Green Eyez is hosting an open mic night.  Finally an oportunity to live out your superstar dreams outside of your usual karayoke lounge.  Underground? Check.


On this nation’s 235th birthday, let’s take a moment as street artists to consider what freedom means to us, specifically in light of the recent legal developments involving the park rules.


As part of our “Art of Intelligence” series we have been collecting poems, prose, art and more from former and current intelligence officers. The following poem is written by John W. Davis, an Intelligence Officer with the US Army.


America’s greatest popular music standards come alive in the hands of the Swingtime Big Band. This 20-piece Long Island ensemble vividly recreates classics from the libraries of Basie, Goodman, Miller, and Ellington. It’s a catalogue of music that offers all the ballroom essentials, including foxtrot, lindy hop, cha-cha, rhumba, waltz, and more. Wednesday, June 29, 2011 at 6:00.  Dance Lesson start at 6:30, Live Music at 7:30


This section features creative work by the unsung heroes of the U.S. Intelligence community.  The following poems are written by John W. Davis, an Intelligence Officer with the US Army.

My name is John Camara. A hamptons native, I’ve been the proprietor of a local landscaping business for the past 18 years. We do all sorts of work related to the landscape including patios, stone walls perennial gardens, and water gardens.


The New York Times’ Critic Benjamin Genocchio wrote on March 5, 2009: “Among other outstanding photographs are Aimee Hertog’s wickedly funny ‘Hampton Fun v. Iowa Flood,’ in which the artist has digitally collaged imagery of people swimming in the Hamptons into flooded urban landscape scenes from Iowa. The juxtaposition is so incongruous and silly that you can’t help but laugh.” The article pertains to the show at City Without Walls in Newark.