Taking on the dreamy, compelling sound of the lost soul decades is a damn high bar to set for yourself. Soul revivalists usually don’t get very far in my book, because what’s the point of competing with the likes of Sam Cooke and Otis Redding? Listening to Leon Bridges made me do a 180 on […]
Despite being the third highest in the country, D.C. rents are the fastest declining among major U.S. cities. [ more › ]
Diplo and Skrillex’s team-up Jack Ü already had a decent hit with their Kiesza-featuring “Take Ü There,” but, damn, Missy Elliott just made it a million times better. Riding high from a spotlight-stealing Super Bowl appearance, Missy Elliott does the same thing here, laying down a few verses and pushing the song’s already present sweet-and-sour [...]
Suspicion surrounds Mike as a possible 'A' in Pretty Little Liars, "Out, Damned Spot." Check out the recap here. Official Synopsis from ABC Family: "Senior high school students focus on their future college careers and feel the high pressures that come along with it, and Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer are no different. Show More Summary
Reviewed By: Torin Chambers. “Shutter” #9 is another high point for the series that constantly polarizes me. Some of its longest standing questions are starting to unveil themselves, and damn if it isn’t an exciting read. When Shutter has concluded this will be looked upon as the issue where the story took a definite turn. […]
The economy sucks and the rent is too damn high, so if you're living in Tucker, Georgia a local photographer/lady into feet is offering prospective roomies a spacious room in exchange for some artistic (read:indirectly sexual) services. Read more...
In San Francisco, pretty much everyone agrees on one thing: The city’s housing is crazy expensive. Apartment-hunting causes its own form of PTSD. The rent, to put it simply, is too damn high. But even among those who care very much about creating more affordable housing in the city, a split has emerged around the […]
Although he’s about to get evicted from his $872-per-month East Village rent stabilized apartment, Jimmy McMillan, AKA “The Rent Is Too Damn High Guy,” is not worried about money. The legal battle with his landlord started in 2011, while he was busy campaigning for governor. His landlord claimed that his primary residence was actually an […]
This league has 11 teams, seven of which are technically in first place. Our latest bracket projection by Chris Dobbertean has High Point representing the Big South in the NCAA Tournament. Joe Lunardi has Radford representing the Big South in the NCAA Tournament. Show More Summary
The lawsuit was too damn frivolous.
Jimmy McMillan, who ran for New York governor in 2010 under the slogan "The Rent is Too Damn High," has received an eviction notice for February 5 at his rent-stabilized Manhattan apartment on St. Mark's Place. "The bottom line is, they want me out for more money," said McMillan, who has lived in the building since 1977. Show More Summary
Fans of spectacle and outlandish facial hair were crestfallen when Jimmy McMillan, founder of the Rent Is Too Damn High party, lost to Bill de Blasio in the 2013 New York City mayoral election. But with Monday's unfortunate news that...Show More Summary
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McMillan is finally getting evicted from his rent-stabilized apartment, which is still just $872 a month.
Jimmy McMillan, beloved tenant crusader and founder of the Rent Is Too Damn High party, is facing eviction from his East Village apartment, where the rent is definitely not too damn high. Lisco Holdings, McMillan's landlord at 107 St....
Jimmy McMillan, he of perpetual office-seeking and a beard that would chagrin a topiary, is being evicted from his rent-stablized East Village apartment. [ more › ]
Jimmy McMillan, former gubernatorial candidate of the fringe The Rent Is Too Damn High party, “has been slapped with an eviction notice ordering him out of his $872-a-month rent stabilized East Village apartment,” the New York Daily News reports. The post Jimmy McMillan Faces Eviction Notice appeared first on Political Wire.
Jimmy McMillan Suing His Landlord For $1.3 Million Over Unlawful Eviction Well, well…what have we here? Via NYDailyNews The too-damn-high rent is now the least of Jimmy McMillan’s problems. The flamboyant gubernatorial candidate has been slapped with an eviction notice
Rent in New York City is too damn high, even for Oscar-winner Dianne Wiest. In a recent interview with The New York Times, Wiest said she has been having trouble finding enough work to cover the rent. “I have to move out of my apartment...Show More Summary