Recently Netflix and Hulu both released their documentaries about Fyre Fest. All my friends have watched it … then they called me and were like, “OMG … Did you see the documentaries? It’s so good, how bad this festival was.” To which I have to reply, “ARE YOU FREAK’N SERIOUS?! I’m planning my biggest event of the year … NO, I’m not watching a documentary about how everything could go wrong for festival organizers!”
New York Fashion Week continues until Thursday and if you’re reading this website, you probably can’t afford to go. Don’t feel bad–even people who can afford to go can’t go because invites to the shows at Lincoln Center are harder to come by than that Chanel holographic nail polish that
What initially appeared to be a happy coincidence, devolved into a debilitating dependency. Around the same time I was due to take a several hour bus trip I received a couple of sets of DVDs from a friend. I had mentioned to him in passing how entertaining I find the
“Although what you are about to see is a work of fiction, it should nevertheless be played at maximum volume.” This is the opening graphic (and allusion to David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust) from the 1998 film “Velvet Goldmine.” And every time I watch it, this prompts me to knock the
Breaking up can be tough, especially when it’s with a multi-billion dollar company which holds roughly 25% of the market share (let’s face it, you probably chose Comcast as your cable provider). And they don’t make it any easier on you when they beg you to stay. But spending $80
Turns out not just broke-ass people are forgoing cable TV for the web. Thanks to sites like Hulu and channels streaming their own shows, why deal with commercials and TV schedules when you can just watch for free on your own time. I’m not going to get into specifics on
Let’s face it, if you’re broke one of the first things to go is entertainment and I’m willing to bet that a lot of New York doesn’t have cable TV. I mean how DO we go on without the Housewives of whatever. And with a lot of shows being streamed
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.