Reviews

15 Aug 2017

Angry About the MTA? Let’s Talk About SEPTA

By Hannah Harkness  This summer is being referred to as “The Summer of Hell” by MTA riders. Line closures, derailments, fires and late trains are making everything insane for public transit riders. But as I look at the images of giant throngs of stranded riders popping up on my Facebook

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11 Aug 2017

Learn What’s Ailing You at the Museum of Capitalism

San Francisco uber-capitalist Warren Hellman – a private equity titan who had been the youngest partner ever at Wall Street powerhouse Lehman Brothers – told me in 2007 that the central struggle of our times was this: “Capitalism won, and now we need to save the world from capitalism.”

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07 Aug 2017

The Futility of Rock Climbing, and also Life

People invest a lot of time, money and effort climbing walls to nothing. This sisyphean hobby is the perfect metaphor for most of life. It’s hard, feelings of accomplishment are fleeting, and we don’t have to do it. The first time I went rock climbing was at summer camp. My parents

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02 Aug 2017

NYC Has Become A Craft Beer Lovers Dream



By Jonas Barnes When people think “New York City”, they think of lights, Broadway, subways, The Empire State Building, and Rockefeller Center. But this wonderful pile of shit that so many of us call home, has much more to offer than most people know. From the artistic subcultures to the

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25 Jul 2017

The Brooklyn Bar that Defines Gentrification, & The Locals Fighting it

Pretend bullet holes in the wall, 40oz’s of Rosé, designed by a white, corporate tax lawyer

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24 Jul 2017

An Incomplete Rating of A New York City Summer

This is exactly what the title says it is. Regardless of your own personal preferences, most people have a strong opinion one way or another about New York City during the summer. Some people love it, while others can’t wait to get the hell out. This is an incomplete assessment

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13 Jul 2017

The Savior Of Horror : James Wan

By Jonas Barnes Back in 2004, a new director by the name of James Wan burst onto the horror scene with a film you may have heard of before called “SAW“. It started as a short and was eventually made into a genre launching low budget full-length horror film. With

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