24 Jun 2010

Anna G Says RELAX: 5 Free Relaxation Spots in NYC

It can be really hard to live in New York City, sometimes, guys.  And if you’re anything like me, you have a hard time giving up, making really major risky decisions, and resisting to bite off way more than you can chew.   Because of such pigheadedness, sometimes your body and

Anna G - Caliburg Contributor 0
17 Jun 2010

Streetercise: Saving You Money, Getting You Laid

I had a membership to Planet Fitness for a solid two months of this year. It was convenient, and it was cheap: $10/month and since I signed up during the post-New Year’s-resolution-abandoning membership slump in February, they waived the registration fee. Positively Broke-Ass approved. But I quit. Working out in

Polina Yamshchikov - Flirt Poor 0
14 Jun 2010

Flying the Not-So Friendly Skies: Airplane Etiquette

I don’t know anyone who enjoys flying. Let me be more specific, I don’t know anyone who enjoys flying COACH. Sure it’s a hell of a lot more convenient then traditional transportation, but it’s been a long time since people flew in their Sunday best and flight attendants actually served

Laura S - Spendthrift Scribe 2
14 Jun 2010

GreenMarkets: Eating Well on the Cheap in NYC

I like food. Nay, I love food. I went to a job interview at Café 2 in the Museum of Modern Art once where the interviewer told me that my face “lit up” when I started talking about chorizo. That is not a joke. Unfortunately I’ve also got $40 to

Polina Yamshchikov - Flirt Poor 0
10 Jun 2010

Free Event With Lots of Vinyl

My first record was a 45.  It was a hand me down from my older sister and it played the theme song to ‘œFlash Gordon.’  If you have ever listened to this song, you will remember that there is a break in the music when some of the ‘˜story’ is

Christine Witmer - Sparing Stringer 0
05 Jun 2010

New York Beaches on a Budget

Now that Memorial Day has come and gone the summer season is officially in full swing.  With the warmer season comes the major desire to escape the city every chance I get.  My favorite summer activities always involve the beach.  A beach day can be hard to achieve for us

Christine Witmer - Sparing Stringer 0
04 Jun 2010

Planning a Cashflow Positive Vaction

Sure, we talk about travel a lot around here because there’s nothing more frustrating than grinding through your job and being stuck in one place. It’s easy to get excited by a cheap fare out of town or out of the country, but it’s just as easy to forget that

Andrew Dalton - Aggressive Panhandler 0