#1. Subway Juice Everyone knows that you don’t wear flip-flops if you are broke-ass and have to take the train. Why? Subway juice! You never know if that liquid you just stepped in is water leaking, some guy’s pee, some girl’s puke, or some Colt 45 a dude wasted on
It’s the first official day of Summer! And nothing tops off the perfect summer day quite like a trip to the ice cream shop. So many cool or sometimes muggy nights have concluded with the sweet confection. Actually…sometimes mornings have started with this too. You know your cold treat obsession has
Oh gin. What a beautiful boozy thing you are. Unfortunately, most people fuck their gin cocktails up and never truly understand the taste of the stuff. One of my favorite places in the world is this little gin join in Bath, England. The Canary Gin Bar. Simple name, biggest mother
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Carolyn Castiglia is hilarious. But beyond that, she is warm, charming and fiercely passionate about her talk show Right NOW! The show will be gracing the stage of Union Hall (702 Union Street, Brooklyn – Park Slope). You can catch her show next week, June 16th at 8pm. Grab your $10 tickets here. Here’s
Not to say it’s one of the most shining examples of New York City’s elegance, but it’s certainly one of the most common; pissing in public. Now, to me, no venture in New York is complete without someone urinating on the outside of a bodega wall, or a subway stop,
Bobby Hankinson is the host of Kweendom, a monthly show featuring New York’s most hilarious LGBTQ comedians and storytellers. Their next show is this Friday, June 10th at Union Hall (702 Union St) in Park Slope. We caught up with him to talk about this awesome showcase. Before Bobby started performing, he was a writer,
Are you a music lover trying to figure out the absolutely cheapest way to see weird and wonderful – and not so weird, yet still wonderful – parts of Europe this summer? The answer might be music festivals. Now, don’t go all funny on me because you’ve read about people