Bushwick

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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05 Sep 2017

5 Worst Times Donald Trump Embarrassed New Yorkers

By Jonas Barnes In NYC, the people are known as hard asses that have no time for your bullshit. Whether it be someone asking for change, guys performing “Showtime” on a subway train or simply being behind someone that isn’t moving quite fast enough for their liking…we simply don’t have

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25 Aug 2017

White Nationalists are Dumb, Weird, and Have No Style

By Hannah Harkness Obviously, the worst thing about white nationalists is their racism and spread of hatred and violence. Feel free to read all of the think pieces and literature that has been written about them from WWII to present in regards to that. Today, however, I want to focus

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16 Aug 2017

Save Bushwick City Farm!

By Tiana Miller  Anyone who has been to Bushwick in the past few years, particularly near the intersection of Myrtle and Broadway, needs no reminder of how rapidly the area is gentrifying. With an upshot of high rise luxury condos pricing out many longtime home and business owners one wonders

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10 Aug 2017

The Dangerous Myth of the Super Teacher

Created by Hollywood and sustained by the internet, the Super Teacher has taken many forms over the years. Initially, they were strictly a thing of the silver screen. When I tell people (especially older people) that I am a teacher in an inner-city school, they are quick to bring up

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09 Aug 2017

The 5 Best Ways to Prepare for World War 3

By Jonas Barnes Let’s be honest with ourselves, as an American people, for just a moment. We fucked up, everyone! Some months ago, we made a big mistake and allowed the highest office in our government to be inhabited by a giant man baby. The very man baby that, sooner

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07 Aug 2017

The Futility of Rock Climbing, and also Life

People invest a lot of time, money and effort climbing walls to nothing. This sisyphean hobby is the perfect metaphor for most of life. It’s hard, feelings of accomplishment are fleeting, and we don’t have to do it. The first time I went rock climbing was at summer camp. My parents

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04 Aug 2017

5 songs to Listen to While Using NYC Transit (Or Walking Away From An Explosion.)

By Hannah Harkness NYC Public transit can be more stressful than the job you are using it to get to. But there are mental exercises you can do to help you through it. Yeah, okay, you’re not living in an action movie. But if you want to daydream that you

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