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Every time I end up at the far end of a train platform I think about going to explore the tunnels. A part of me knows there won’t be anything crazy, just mostly dark, dank concrete and piping – a lot of it tagged. There’d be rats. Maybe I’d run
Despite gusty winds, yesterday was a beautiful day. Still, a bunch of us Mainers and a handful of Arkansans/Arkansanites/Arkansanivians expressed guarded optimism, the memory of past teaser days lingering. Sure, 60 and sunny in January is no cause to lift expectations. You take it at face value, maybe get a
Passover, Easter, the resurrection of Christ, and the exodus from Egypt will all be heartily ignored in favor of a non-discriminatory posting about a party celebrating something that clearly deserves acknowledgement: the eggbeater. In my experience the bastard is hard to clean up – I always tried to lick
The Snuggie is an interesting phenomenon, not because of its similarity to the standard stable blanket, nor its druid-inspired aesthetic. A huge, fleece blanket with sleeves and a hood just makes sense. No, it is interesting because of the fan culture of the product and its decimation of its competitor
As old-timey newspaper men in the movies would say, “Stop The Presses!” Being a Southern California native, I have a huge stick up my ass about the quality and price of Mexican food in NYC. Aside from the delicious taco van inside Union Pool, I had yet to find another
Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about the human spiritâ€¦probably not.
As NPR reports here, a dry cleaning shop on the Upper East Side is offering free dry cleaning services to anyone jobless with an upcoming job interview. The unemployed can hardly praise bars in the same manner, since their attractive drink specials do little to help one be more marketable.