Revel in Portland Editor Janice Grube opens Poa Cafe on N Williams

Inspired by a volunteer trip to Tanzania, Africa, Poa (which means "cool" in Swahilli) is a family friendly cafe that Janice opened with husband Greg and two kids Nico & Rocket. The cafe features a bar and restaurant up front with a creative play space and retail section in the back. New York could use a place like this and we wish Poa lots of luck.  For those in Portland or those visiting check it out.

Poa Cafe
4025 N. Williams
Portland, Oregon
(504) 954-1243 

Categories: Food

Revel in New York is pleased to announce the first edition of Revel In Portland

                                    

Revel in Portland is annoucing their first edition tonight with a release party at The Cleaners inside Portland's Ace Hotel. The book features interviews with some of Portland's most interesting residents like filmmaker Lance Bangs, Johnny Jewel of Chromatics, and Tinker Hatfield—The Nike sneaker designer responsible for creating the Air Max, Air Jordan and Nike's most iconic shoes. Thanks to Portland editor & design team Janice Grube and Carolin Harris for their hardwork and to the folks at IFC, Portlandia, Danner, See See Motorcycles and Bonfire Snowboards for their support!

 

                                          

                                            

 

Categories: art

Revel in New York Founders Marc Santo and Scott Newman in The New York Times

       

The New York Times did a story on "Offbeat City Guides" that featured Revel In New York and one of our favorite architecture magazines Pin-Up.  It's a well done story that sums up what we're trying to do better than we can.

Categories: art

Revel In New York gets some love from Forbes Magazine

                                                              

Special thanks to Beth Greenfield for spreading the word on Revel in New York Vol. 3 in Forbes Magazine as "An NYC Guide Worth Seeking Out".  Check out the full story here.

 

Categories: art

Revel in New York at Facing Pages exhibit in The Netherlands

                                 

Revel in New York is pleased to announce our selection into this year's Facing Pages exhibition for independent magazines in The Netherlands. It's an honor to be selected amongst some of our favorite magazines like Lucky Peach, Foam, Zing, 032C, HUCK and Straight to Hell. We'd like to thank Billy Miller and the STH crew for their continued support.

 

         

         

 

Categories: art

A blogger finds a Revel in New York sticker on the street and blogs about it

                          

 

A blogger walking up Broadway found this sticker somewhere in the vincinity of The Ace Hotel and wrote a cool little piece on us. The self congratulatory highlight:

"I was pleased to learn, however, that Revel in New York: A Look at the City Through its People is something very different. A series of guide books and video profiles, Revel in New York is a campaign that strives to showcase members of the city's creative communities from across the spectrum, from dance to architecture to photography to music to theatre and beyond, seemingly composed in a manner that is intelligent, informed and reverent of the city's illustrious past (not just mooching off it). It certainly seems like a cool idea."

Thanks Flaming Pablum!

 

Categories: blog

Mara Ravitz & Smarten Up present Will Cotton at MONDOCANE

 

Revel In New York friend's Mara Ravitz (Smarten Up) and MONDOCANE will be hosting a children's event with artist Will Cotton on Saturday July 28th at the MONDOCANE shop in Tribeca. Cotton is known for his landscape work inspired by sweets, which should make this an interesting event for kids ages 6-12. You can find out more about the event here and see more of Will Cotton's work below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Categories: Events

Revel In New York takes San Francisco with Site Unseen: An evening of short films selected by artist & curator Billy Miller

 

If you happen to be in San Francisco on February 3rd, stop by the Artists' Television Access Space for an evening of short films curated by the NYC based artist & curator, Billy Miller.  Revel In New York will be featured along with a number of interesting filmmakers and features like:

“Film For January 1, 2012” (2012) by artist-filmmaker Scott Treleaven. An intuitive assembly of super 8 films collected in the months leading up to the New Year, and created on the last day of 2011. Soundtrack: “Clouds Without Water” by Psychic TV.

“Heri Meets Artists Gilbert and George (Again)” (2011)
Filmmaker Heri Mkocha meets the iconic Modern British artists in East London by complete luck. They talk to Heri, and it all gets a bit fanboy.


“SOUL” (1988) 
Infamous New York City underground star Marsha P. Johnson reciting poetry at Jimmy Camicia’s Hot Peaches production “The Heat” at Theater for the New City, NYC.


For more information click here.

A big thank you to Billy Miller for including us in the show!

Categories: Events, art

Industrial Designer, Jonathan Nesci, at Mondo Cane

Our friends at Mondo Cane, the modernist design gallery in Tribeca, are always pushing the boundaries between art, design and furniture. Their latest exhibition features the brilliant and sometimes "Judd-esque" industrial designer, Jonathan Nesci. It opens this Tue, Nov 8 from 6-9p.

 

More on Jonathan Nesci here

Categories: Furniture, Design

Reading List | The Autobiography and Sex Life of Andy Warhol

 

Chris Trela (producer of the documenatry Guest of Cindy Sherman) teamed up with photographer Gretchen Berg and counterculture icon, John Wilcock (one of the founders of Interview Magazine & The Village Voice) to reissue the 1971 classic, The Autobiography and Sex Life of Andy Warhol. They've updated the content with some interesting stories and new photos and kept the entertaining interviews: Taylor Mead, Nico, Viva, Marisol and the rest of the usual suspects in tact.  The editors will be discussing the book and signing copies at the Gagosian Shop (988 Madison Ave) on June 24th. From 6-8 pm.

 

 

This is a rare exception to the usually unimpressive mix of new Warhol media products that have over saturated the market. The industrious producer/publisher Chris Trela releases this substantive work that is both interesting and entertaining.

Source: tmagazine