Eats

06 Sep 2017

The Best Cheap-Ass Wines & Where to Find ’em

By Rachel Fogletto Don’t you hate it when you’re making a wine run and you’re faced with the dreaded pop-quiz question from your well-meaning wine sales clerk, “Are you looking for anything in particular?”  First of all, no one in the liquor store scanning the price-tags is looking for anything

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25 Jul 2017

The Brooklyn Bar that Defines Gentrification

One of the worst promotional blunders of Brooklyn 2017 – which is saying a lot – has been drumming up controversy and crowds of protesters in Crown Heights. You don’t have to be from New York City to know that it’s plagued with gentrification. Most of America’s cities are, so

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24 Jul 2017

Check Out This Rad Live Cam Where You Can Watch Bears Catching Fish in Alaska!

I’m currently sitting in a hotel lobby doing work because it’s a nice change of pace from being in my bedroom or in a coworking space. I started chatting with a women in town for a conference and she told me that she was going to Alaska for a month

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12 Jul 2017

I’m Willing to Endure Hell on Earth for a Dozen Krispy Kreme Donuts

My father once told me that there is no reward without risk. There is no glory in playing it safe; champions are the product of being willing to put it all on the line. I didn’t completely understand what this meant until I found out that this Friday, July 14th,

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23 Jun 2017

Cutting Carbs and Bullshit on The Road

I didn’t grow up with religion so I’m easily impressed by inconvenient rituals, and exercises in deprivation that make me feel vaguely smug. I’ve always been susceptible to cults like political campaigns, yoga, (tantric sex), retreats & extreme diets. Anything to fill the void. I recently started the keto diet. For the

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22 Jun 2017

How many ways can we ruin sushi? And why it matters

In the aggressively hip neighborhood in Brooklyn where I live, there is a sushi place that I walk by every single day on my way home from work. There is some sparse indoor and outdoor seating, which is nearly always full, regardless of the time of day, and their delivery

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16 Jun 2017

NYC Summer Grub Series: Smorgasburg

By Jonas Barnes So last week, we ventured to Manhattan to showcase a Chelsea staple known as The Chelsea Market. This week, we’re traveling over the bridge and jumping beard first into Williamsburg. I’ll say this, Brooklyn gets a lot of shit for the beards and hipsters and all that,

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