The Gallery Event

I would like to extend to all of you an invitation to my gallery event: Hipsters and Hassids Saturday Night February 13th 8:00 PM at 45 E. 33rd St. Workmen’s Circle building (Park… Continue reading

The Truth Behind Hassidic Women’s Head Shaving

This is what I have heard as the source: “Another explanation for the custom of shaving the head is based on a concern that a woman’s hair might become unintentionally exposed from under… Continue reading

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Hipsters and Hassids Paintings by Elke Reva Sudin “Hipsters and Hassids” celebrates two diverse cultural groups who maintain an uneasy coexistence in the creatively charged neighborhood of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Sudin paints portraits and… Continue reading

brooklyn flea at one hanson place. weekends

This message was sent using the Picture and Video Messaging service from Verizon Wireless! To learn how you can snap pictures and capture videos with your wireless phone visit http://www.verizonwireless.com/picture. Note: To play… Continue reading

Rockin Out with my Williamsburg Hassidic Chicks at Hipster New Years Party

Don’t ask me how, but I ended up at THE Hipster scene party, at 3rd Ward, in Bushwick, with a couple of girl friends from Hassidic Williamsburg. I would show you the awesome… Continue reading

2010

The 2009 represents the blues used by twitter, facebook, and anyone else who wants to have a safety color for their new startup. The colors representing 2010 were inspired by hipster facination with… Continue reading

Trendy Scarf Vs. Tallis

I smell a parallel! There are a whole new line of hipsters scarves out on the market and the real question is, how do they compare to the ultimate scarf, the tallis?An obsession… Continue reading

Unbiased News

Reporting has become a world of opinions. It is our voice that makes us unique, intelligent, human. But are we doomed to listen to the kvetches of one side at a time? Has… Continue reading

Huffington Post on Bike Lane Protests

Reactions: “Do you reckon they would pull that stunt in a Muslim neighbourhood? I suspect not.” – Working Class Story

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comedy, as with all other media, has become way more approachable. An audience wants to be engaged, not seperated from the action. Contemporary media, if not interactive, gives the illusion of interactivity, giving… Continue reading