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Goodbye Smithfield NYC, A Fantastic Sports Bar

When I moved to NYC from Virginia the […]

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Holiday Presents: Think Outside the Gift-Wrapped Box

The holidays are upon us again and thus the panic of purchasing the perfect gifts for our loved ones has nestled its way into our being. Fear

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How to Throw A Broke-Ass Superbowl Party

The Super Bowl is upon us. If you plan on having your friends and family join you for this grand American tradition there will be many parties

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Slipper Room: Ladies Night All Out

Before the holiday season I had the privilege of escorting one of my favorite artists to the Slipper Room. It had been ages since I

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Small Business Saturday, Shop Locally

One of the hardest things I've had to do with this move to Brooklyn from Virginia is change my allegiance to all my local shops; coffee, comics, pizza, pub,

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GivEngine: Sharing Made Easy

How many times have you posted on Facebook asking all your friends to borrow something? Getting ready to move to New York I used Facebook to sell/give

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New York Comic Con: Accidentally Getting it Right

I’ve now had a full week to mull over the experience of New York Comic Con and almost completely recover from the cold I contracted. I was

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Witness Moving Images Through Astoria’s Museum of the Moving Image

I have been doing my best to explore my new home and decided to expand my horizons and give Astoria a try. I was headed to the

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Time Travel in BK at The Way Station

Last Monday I walked from my temporary crash pad near Prospect Park to The Way Station in Prospect Heights (683 Washington Ave between Prospect and St. Marks

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New York: Inspiration City

On a complete whim I decided to attend the Brooklyn Book Festival. I’m considering this a whim because I’m moving to Brooklyn from Virginia and just happened