If you can't get enough of Difficult People, you're in luck: Hulu has ordered a second season of the half-hour comedy series. Starring Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner, the show includes about two cynical New Yorkers working in comedy...Show More Summary
Images courtesty of Karen X. Cheng and Jerry Gabra Cosmopolitan magazine wasn't always a hotbed for wacky sex tips involving donuts, and National Geographic used to be more text-based than visuals—but the New Yorker is pretty much the same as it was back in 1925. Show More Summary
Pin it Apartment Therapy Media is moving on up to a new floor of our New York City/Soho office building on October 1, and our current space is up for grabs! BONUS: We share the office with an amazing company, who is separated by a glass partition. READ MORE »
New York City taxicabs are testing an app called Arro that will allow people to hail taxis from their smartphone. Arro will provide people with the taxi driver's name and the number of the cab so it can be identified when it arrives....Show More Summary
Escaping the city for the sand is a necessity in the summer. While New Yorkers have no problem bearing crowds for brunch, it's best to avoid the herd when taking a trip to the beach. Instead of heading the Hamptons or Montauk, follow the road (somewhat) less travelled to the pristine sands of Rhode Island. Show More Summary
2020Vision have done the right thing with the next Crazy P release drafting in New Yorkers Still Going for remix duties. Whilst we impatiently wait for the follow up to the imperious Still Going Theme to drop, this remix will serve well enough as musical methadone. Crazy P – Caught Up (Still Going Dub) After […]
The overlap between People Condemned by SPLC and People Supporting Trump continues http://t.co/8EToQVzsRO — daveweigel (@daveweigel) August 25, 2015 Evan Osnos, at the New Yorker, on how “Donald Trump’s nationalist coalition takes shape—for...Show More Summary
A couple of articles to read together — see “The Fearful and the Frustrated” by Evan Osnos at The New Yorker and an article recommended by Joan16, “Hate-Group Watchdog: Trump Has ‘White Nationalist Positions.'” Tweet
This morning, an unhinged gunman shot and killed WDBJ reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward while they were filming a segment in Virginia. It is the latest in a quickening drumbeat of unconscionable shootings, each more shocking and horrifying than the last. [ more › ]
Last Wednesday, I watched a former Apple executive, armed with only two small boxes, open both and assemble a chair in a little under three minutes–with no tools. As a non-native New Yorker who has done my fair share of … The post Introducing Campaign – Portable Furniture for Life’s Big Moves appeared first on Selectism.
1. Are political values of corporations correlated with their kinds of lawbreaking? (speculative) 2. How should Bitcoin be governed? Here is New Yorker coverage of Bitcoin governance. And Joshua Gans on Nate Rosenberg. 3. Did silver wreck China? And more on whether China has enough foreign exchange reserves. 4. Obamacare and accounting. 5. Burger collusion […]
Manhattan is filled with interesting characters, and when you leave your apartment you never know what you might experience, which emotion may surface from our broad spectrum. I decided to capture these moments here. Elle is a rare find. Show More Summary
The New Yorker recently profiled John McDermott and John Wren, two veteran high-rise window washers, who have been cleaning the windows of New York City for over thirty years. Each man spoke of how he got started, what kept him going and the awesome respect he has for the job. Window cleaning is not for […]
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Four years after the Sherry-Netherland impressed New Yorkers in 1927 with a spire reaching 560 feet above the ground, the Waldorf Astoria topped it. For more than a half-century, the 632-foot luxury... To view the full story, click the title link.
The cartoonist Roz Chast has made this year's finalist list for the Thurber Prize For American Humor, it was announced yesterday. The longtime New Yorker mainstay was cited for her awards-accruing juggernaut memoir Can't We Talk About...Show More Summary
A de Blasio aide pushed back against criticism for the growing number of homeless New Yorkers, and blames former Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
FOR THE FIRST time, a woman will be named the winner of the Thurber Prize for American Humor.That outcome has been guaranteed as the Thurber House announces that the three finalists for the 2015 prize are New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast, writer-performer Annabelle Gurwitch (“I See You Make an Effort”) and novelist Julie Schumacher (“Dear Committee Members”).Read full article >>
Researchers have tapped a novel data source to track changing attitudes toward parenting during the 20th and early 21st centuries: cartoons in the New Yorker magazine.