Things to See Tonight in New York: "Faces of Occupy Wall Street" by Choire Sicha November 10, 2011 Tonight: the photographer Andrew Piccone‘s “Faces of Occupy Wall Street” show, Frontrunner Gallery, 59 Franklin Street, 6- 8 p.m. That’s a fifteen-minute walk from Zuccotti Park, so you can compare and contrast faces! facebook twitter google+ pinterest email Oh hi. I work here and enjoy cats and cat-related news. Read more by Choire Sicha on The Awl The 107 Most-Poachable Gawker Media Editorial Employees Right NowForget Scalia! Justice Roberts Is a Total Marriage MoronAlessandra Stanley and the Diminishment of CriticismThree Moments in White and Black History in Charleston, South CarolinaWhy Do We Publish Our Personal Horror Stories? An Interview with Evelyn Everlady Andrew Piccone Art New York City Photography Things To Do Culture (and TV) Haiku Salut, "Bleak and Beautiful (All Things)" just drink soda "Good" Coffee Shops in New York City the podcast The Awl Podcast: Laura Olin Culture (and TV) The Ring Tone Variations maritime law more or less So You Want to Write a Shipwreck Song surreal estate The Ungentrifiers Culture (and TV) Miguel, "...goingtohell" Culture (and TV) 2 8 1 4, "Huīfù"