New York City is and has been a melting pot of different cultures since the beginning of European colonization. It has also been a place where many of our favorite pop culture moments and social justice movements have begun. An inspirational and exasperating city, here are a few documentaries to
Tonight is the one year anniversary of our favorite late night talk show Late Night Basement with Chris Rose. Interviews with Sara Schaefer of MTV’s Nicki & Sara Live and former head blogger for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Trieste Kelly Dunn of Cinemax’s Banshee, and Katja Blichfeld & Ben
The Hypocrites are guaranteed to make you laugh hysterically. However, as comedy is entirely subjective, that guarantee is entirely worthless. –John Oliver Do you recognize those two gentlemen? If you don’t, I’d like to introduce you to Elliot Kalan and Brock Mahan. Alone they are two individuals with a few
Visitors, even natives, to the city are constantly searching for the right place for special occasions. Where’s the perfect lighting for a proposal? Which brunch restaurant have children’s menus? Can I get a birthday reservation at that Indian restaurant for Saturday?
It seems like it’s finally spring, you guys! Which means it’s time once again for everyone to freak out about cherry blossoms, and rightfully so. They’re damn pretty, but if going aaaaall the waaaay to Brooooklyn seems to hard for you, Takahachi Bakery is giving you an out by just
I don’t know who Nancy is, but I like her style. Nancy’s Whiskey Pub is one of the few, if not only, dive bars in the Soho/Tribeca area. (Their Web site even reminds you that they’ve been there since before it was “Tribeca.” While most places nearby have fancy fruit-oil-infused
When you first move to New York, you obviously want to get a lay of the land, meet some new people, and not be a wet blanket, generally. But, like, sometimes you just have to say no. Sometimes you really should be saving money and not pretending that being slowly