The Daily Shortlist February 5
Featuring photographs from the archive of Stanley B. Burns, MD, and Sara Cleary-Burns, this exhibition of photos comes from the recently released book Deadly Intent: Crime & Punishment, which documents the history of crime from 1890 to 1950 and includes an interesting collection of crime scene photos that detectives and criminologists used, while others give us a look at the evolving standards of the American criminal justice system through images of torture, work camps, penitentiary life and more. RICE not surprisingly offers a pretty intense variety of rice, from brown to Bhutanese red. Most of the rice based dishes come in large and small sizes. Right below RICE is Low Bar, an extremely convenient place to grab a drink and catch some great DJs spin in a lounge environment. Right off the water, with a view of the South Street Seaport and the Brooklyn Bridge so close you can touch it, the only thing that could make this view better is ice cream. You’ll usually find a long line for Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory, but the sweet flavors are worth it!