Last week March 9th, marked the 20th anniversary of the death of Notorious B.I.G. In his few short years of superstardom, Biggie left a crater-sized impact on the music industry and a cloudy legacy behind him.
Usually, we have until late April before the local anomaly of people wearing shorts and tee shirts inappropriately takes place. It’s a fun NY tradition; we make fun of their optimism and are rewarded with smug laughter when they end up stuck in a blizzard, desperately trying to hail a
By: Jesse McGrath I moved to New York from the Bay Area last year, and basically since I arrived people have not stopped reminding me how little I know about living here. Nearly every week I am given an unprompted lesson in how ignorant I am to the best bars
By: Jonas Barnes If you’re surprised I’m writing an article about where to take the best free shits in NYC, we need to get to know one another better. If you know me, writing about taking a good free shit makes as much sense as me writing about being fat.
Political Opposition Research. What is it? Who does it hurt? How does it work? And who the hell does it? Well, I can’t answer that last one for you because this interview was arranged under strict rules of anonymity. To pay homage to my favorite 1970’s political film I’m calling
It’s hard to know what to look for in a boyfriend these days. Between the gender bending, fake news, and the increasing likelihood that we’re going to be the generation that fights, (and loses) WWIII-you’re gonna need a boyfriend who’s flexible enough to go along with whatever happens next. Whether
By Jonas Barnes Okay, I have to get a couple of things out of the way before we can really get into this. First: I’m a guy writing about fat shaming. Calm down and breathe. Catch your breath yet? Good. Second: I’ve been fat literally since birth. I was a fat