What’s worse than being broke? Being broke and lazy. Sure, you could walk three extra blocks to the slightly cheaper bodega or put in five minutes of Yelping to determine the bar with the best drink specials, but ain’t nobody got time for that. And – I’m just gonna take
The folks at Style.ly are hosting a workshop to show you how to get ahead on the secondhand sellin’. The local fashion/tech company will be at hyped new venue The Office (above Churchill) to get the party started. Bring your women’s clothing, shoes, handbags and accessories that you are
Rainn Wilson is currently on a book tour to promote â€œSoulPancake,â€ a compilation of philosophical essays taken from the website of the same name. Here he is, explaining why he started SoulPancake, in an interview with the Huffington Post: â€œAs I got to be well-known as an actor, I felt
One of the most common rites of passage a young person must endure is temping at an office. You always promise yourself you’ll never do it, but the bills add up and the hourly rates can be quite tempting. Temping can expose you to the wide world of corporate culture.
It struck me last night, after a brief hiatus from TV-watching that led to a wealth of DVR’ed Thursday night NBC Comedies, that I really like Television. Obviously I don’t like all of Television because most of it is total garbage, but there’s some great stuff on right now that
A brand new collection of Broke-Ass Stuart's writing made up of some of his most famous pieces and new things never before published.
Turns out not just broke-ass people are forgoing cable TV for the web. Thanks to sites like Hulu and channels streaming their own shows, why deal with commercials and TV schedules when you can just watch for free on your own time. I’m not going to get into specifics on