Mary Toto

Mary Toto

Digital producer by day, freelance writer on the fly, Mary has been living in NYC for over a decade. She made the big move from New Jersey to Brooklyn to attend Fordham at Lincoln Center where she carefully balanced getting a BFA in Journalism (with a minor in Philosophy!), multiple internships, working retail in the heart of SoHo, learning to ride a track bike and of maintaining a robust social life including summers as a Sailor Jerry rum girl. Professionally, Mary has produced and written for MTV.com, INKED Magazine and more. Socially, she can usually be found at the Sunday farmer's market, hiding out in the back of Niagara, cruising on one of her bicycles or with her pug Stallone enjoying the view from outside at Il Bagatto.

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Posts by mary

Recap: Dacia Gallery’s “Art Show on Broadway”

Posted November 21, 2012 at 10:23 am

More than fifty artists participated in the presentation and party held by Dacia Gallery entitled “The Art Show on Broadway”on Saturday afternoon.

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Vincent Castiglia Resurrects Blood Art at Sacred Gallery [Interview]

Posted October 9, 2012 at 10:24 am

On Thursday, October 5, downtown NYC saw something it has never seen before – an extensive collection of blood-based paintings by born-and-bred New Yorker Vincent Castaligia.

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“The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby” Filming on Ave B for the Next Week

Posted August 20, 2012 at 11:29 am

Alphabet City is in for a sour-tasting treat of epic proportions. Well, maybe that’s a bit drastic, but a feature flick is set to occupy Avenue B for the next ten days.

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Profile: Dr. David Ores of the Lower East Side

Last modified July 25, 2012 at 3:00 pm

Dr. David Ores, or more widely known as Dr. Dave, practices general medicine on the Lower East Side. He also owns multiple Harleys, a Vespa and has fully-tattooed arms.

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Profile: Sweety at Rivington Tattoo

Posted July 11, 2012 at 12:09 pm

With over six years of experience under his belt with the majority being in the Lower East Side, Sweety is a pro not only at tattooing but at getting around.

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Guild of the Black Eagle at Fuse Gallery

Last modified July 6, 2012 at 2:12 am

Featuring over a dozen female artists from all over the world, the latest exhibit at Fuse Gallery (the showroom hidden behind Lit Lounge) was curated by none other than the East Village’s own David Hochbaum.

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