On November 4th, mayor-elect Eric Adams replied on Twitter that he would take his first three paychecks in Bitcoin. He responded to the Mayor of Miami, Francis Suarez, who stated in a Tweet that he would take his next paycheck in Bitcoin.
As people, we are always watching, constantly viewing and consuming the world around us. However, it’s even more interesting to watch people in real life instead of virtually, but not in the Joe Goldberg sort of every-step-you-take type of stalking. It’s more about observing the human experience.
by Alex Schandlbauer NYC is known for its over-the-top food places, no doubt. If you’ve…
I want to remind everyone that… *Ahem* We are in the: MIDDLE of a GODDAMN FUCKING PANDEMIC!!!!! Thank you. That is all.
When my friend Richard invited me to grab Filipino food with him and a few other friends, I had no choice but to accept his kind offer. Mainly because my original plans for the day had fallen through, leaving me disappointed and without purpose. But I was also enticed that this excursion involved two of my favorite things at college: exploring NYC with friends and trying new, delicious foods.
It used to be that when I thought about “instagrammable” NYC food, all I thought of was form-over-function, overpriced, and under portioned dishes that make a well-lit pic from an influencer the best way to enjoy them. If all of this seems unappealing, book a Ram Van (a day in advance!) and head over to Levain Bakery legitimately as soon as possible.
The Environmental Protection Agency is currently lifting limits on lead paint and asbestos. And, despite the allure of America’s favorite murderous foam, these new policies are potentially deadly for people in the South Bronx and other historically redlined neighborhoods.
When you absolutely, positively, need 300 grams of caffeine
NYPD officers are arresting people for carrying condoms
Bloomberg bad at saving money, everyone weirdly upset