What comes to mind when you hear the word gentrification? Your mind may immediately depart from a place of safety and security, only to find itself at a destination surrounded by ill-fated words such as displacement, eviction, and homelessness. With this air of negativity surrounding your mind as it floats
By Hannah Harkness This summer is being referred to as “The Summer of Hell” by MTA riders. Line closures, derailments, fires and late trains are making everything insane for public transit riders. But as I look at the images of giant throngs of stranded riders popping up on my Facebook
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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
At the end of June, the MTA was finally declared a “State Of Emergency” by Governor Cuomo, and things are only…
By: Jonas Barnes If you’re surprised I’m writing an article about where to take the best free shits in NYC, we need to get to know one another better. If you know me, writing about taking a good free shit makes as much sense as me writing about being fat.
Like the old saying goes, “if you can make it here… you’re probably making 75,000$/year or more.” 1. Fashion Week will move to Bed Stuy because Williamsburg is the new Manhattan and that makes it not cool anymore. (gifatron.com) 2. New Yorkers will walk through at least two movie shoots
Watch the video below. This video showed up on my Facebook timeline, earlier today, with the title begging for an end to police brutality. The disturbing video, which was recorded on the Myrtle & Broadway subway stop in Bushwick, immediately shows a fearful teen being cornered by a barbaric police
Did you know that nearly 100 hundred years ago most of New York’s transit system was developed through something known as the Dual Contracts? According to the New York Transit Museum, they were “agreements that dictated the construction, rehabilitation and operation of the rapid transit lines in New York City.”