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Adrita Talukder

Adrita Talukder, Deputy Culture Editor

Adrita Talukder is a first-year planning to major in Comparative Literature. Coming from Central Pennsylvania, Adrita unfortunately has a strong affinity for flannels and worn jeans. In her spare time, you'll find her planning her next photoshoot or adding movies to her Letterboxd watchlist that she'll never end up watching. You can find Adrita @adritasphotos or @adrjta on Instagram.

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Colin Huggins wearing all black playing a grand piano in the middle of a park. The piano’s paint is worn off on the edges and text “this machine kills fascists” is etched onto the paint in all caps.

Washington Square Park piano man may leave NYC 

After 20 years of street performances, the Washington Square Park classical pianist, who became houseless earlier this year, faces uncertainty regarding his future in the city as winter approaches.
Adrita Talukder, Deputy Culture Editor Dec 1, 2022

While walking through Washington Square Park, you’ll be greeted with a symphony of sounds. The ubiquitous chatter of voices, the falling cascade of the fountain, and of course,...

The storefront of the H Mart on 39 third Avenue in Manhattan with a poster of fruits and vegetables and text “WE NOW DELIVER!” under the H Mart logo.

Culture’s cult choices: H Mart

The best items to buy at H Mart, according to the most refined taste buds at WSN.

Whether we’re on our way to the WSN office or grabbing dinner on the way home, H Mart is the go-to place for food for the culture desk. H Mart is a New York City staple grocery...