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The second story is that when Oppenheimer was a kid, "all the steakhouses had Kansas City on the menu because the best steak was Kansas City-cut, so I thought it should be 'something Kansas City.'" "Max" was chosen because it sounded "restauranty." Oppenheimer also suggested the menu items on the marquee of “Steak, Lobster, Chick Peas.” After the opening of Max's by Mickey Ruskin in December 1965, it quickly became a hangout of choice for artists and sculptors of the New York School, like John Chamberlain, Robert Rauschenberg and Larry Rivers, whose presence attracted hip celebrities and the jet set.Neil Williams, Larry Zox, Forrest (Frosty) Myers, Larry Poons, Brice Marden, Bob Neuwirth, Dan Christensen, Ronnie Landfield, Robert (Tex) Wray, Peter Reginato, Carl Andre, Dan Graham, Lawrence Weiner, Robert Smithson, Joseph Kosuth, Brigid Berlin, Carlos Villa, David R.Our FEARLESS YOUth Program is characterized by a positive skills building approach, introducing teens to the creative arts as an outlet to meet the challenges of life in constructive ways, mentoring them and raising awareness on the dangers and consequences of substance abuse and addiction.
We are also committed to empowering teens through the arts with a focus on substance abuse and suicide prevention by mentoring and motivating them to make healthy choices, offering an ongoing process to aid them in building the personal skills needed to inspire them to lead healthy, productive lives.His next endeavor was a bar called The Ninth Circle, a hangout for artists and musicians on West 10th Street.After opening Max's Kansas City, he opened similar restaurants including: the Longview Country Club After Max's closed he briefly worked at the Locale a bar on Waverly Place, Ruskin's last enterprise was Chinese Chance (nicknamed One U) a bar and restaurant that he opened in partnership with Richard Sanders located at 1 University Place in Greenwich Village.The club reopened in 1975 under new ownership of Tommy Dean Mills, who initially thought he would make it a disco.Peter Crowley, who had been booking the same, early punk bands that played at CBGB, and Mothers, a gay bar on 23rd Street (Manhattan), was hired to start booking bands at Max's.