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25 Jul 2019

SF Streets in the 1960’s

There’s no real theme here, it’s just photos from the 1960’s taken in San Francisco.  We found them on a random blog that had no author, gave no photo credits or explanations.  So if you know who took any of these photos drop us a line in the comments. Here

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23 Jan 2018

Your Work is Worth Something, Get Paid for your Side Hustle

By Rachel Fogletto  In the world of art and entertainment many of us find ourselves in the uncomfortable position of constantly getting asked to work for free. Most of my experience with this is in comedy, which unless you’re nationally famous, people still think is not “real” work, even when

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22 Jan 2018

The Conversation We Should Be Having About the Aziz Ansari Incident

GUEST POST BY JILLIAN YORK In the past week, we’ve seen a new round of Feminists vs. Feminists. In one corner, we have young feminists, righteously angry at comedian Aziz Ansari and supportive of his pseudonymous accuser “Grace” and Babe, the publication that told her story. In the other corner,

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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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14 Jul 2017

Bucket List for Millennials Before the Coming Apocalypse

The seas are rising, the bees are dying, and Donald Trump is the commander & chief of the most decked out army the world has ever seen. We’re not going to have another free election, the social safety net is unraveling & the brightest minds of our generation are focused

Kaytlin Bailey 0
11 Jul 2017

Growing Up Without a God. Diary of a Religious Tourist

By Hannah Harkness I had an unusual situation when it came to religion growing up. Both my maternal and paternal grandparents were in interfaith marriages. I had met kids in elementary school with one Christian parent and one Jewish parent before, but I still to this day haven’t met someone

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07 Jul 2017

In Defense of New York City’s Humidity

Last weekend I was at Costco in Brooklyn, and if you have ever been to Costco on a Saturday, you know that it is basically a street fight with oversized shopping carts instead of switchblades. Costco on the weekend turns the simple act of being in public around other humans

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