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5 Ways to Beat the NYC Winter Blues

TweetHow to combat seasonal depression in New York. I don’t know about you, but I am from Florida originally. This [...]

How to combat seasonal depression in New York. I don’t know about you, but I am from Florida originally. This means that every winter, I turn into a joyless hobbit that only wears one outfit (a thermal spandex shell that I call the “Mila Kunis” in an outdated Black Swan reference). I basically hibernate in my room and bitch my friends out for no reason all season until the first daffodils push... More...


By • Nov 28th, 2014 • Category: Cities, HEALTH


So Los Angeles Has a Gay Jail?

Tweet A look inside the gay wing of the L.A. Men’s Central Jail. Watching this video has made me feel [...]

A look inside the gay wing of the L.A. Men’s Central Jail. Watching this video has made me feel a whole lot better about all the illegal shit I have done in the past. My only hope is that if I ever do get caught, it happens in Los Angeles. As anyone who has ever seen Orange is the New Black will tell you, there are many cultural enclaves in prison. Generally, people flock together based on race... More...


By • Nov 21st, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL



Top 7 Vegan Friendly U.S. Cities

TweetSee which seven cities have been rated the most vegan friendly in America. These cities, which are classified as “vegan [...]

See which seven cities have been rated the most vegan friendly in America. These cities, which are classified as “vegan friendly,” not only have populous vegan communities, but the most variety in vegan dining options. Have you visited or lived in one of these vegan havens, yet? Check out the slideshow below. 1. Austin, Texas Austin has been rated on several websites, including that of P... More...


By • Nov 19th, 2014 • Category: Cities, Dining, Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL


For People from New York: 10 Things We Never Say

TweetThis only applies to people from New York: there are some phrases that you would just never hear a New [...]

This only applies to people from New York: there are some phrases that you would just never hear a New Yorker say. Every time I talk to one of my high school friends from Florida, they inevitably ask me if I spend much time in Times Square. Living in New York City, I am aware that I live in a strange bubble that is completely different from the rest of the country, but it is still jarring to me w... More...


By • Nov 14th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Best Walks in Paris: Where to go, see, and stroll

TweetThe best walks in Paris broken down by area and suitable for locals and tourists alike. Get your walking shoes [...]

The best walks in Paris broken down by area and suitable for locals and tourists alike. Get your walking shoes out! The City of Light, also known as one of the most romantic cities in the world, is full of enchanting rues, passageways, and boulevards. I must say, you can’t (for the most part) go wrong with aimless wandering around Paris! These five Paris streets, though, are some of the best... More...


By • Nov 12th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


7 Random Travel Mash-ups from India

TweetIn India, mixing modes of transportation is the hottest way to get around. Enjoy these travel mashups to get you [...]

In India, mixing modes of transportation is the hottest way to get around. Enjoy these travel mashups to get you through your day. A school bus ghetto cruiser I have never been to India, even though my blood runs with both Wonton Soup and Massaman Curry (i.e. I am part Indian and Chinese). I have always been fascinated with the culture however, especially the beautiful Hindu religion and the deva... More...


By • Nov 3rd, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


The Hilarious Signage of New York

TweetAll the hilarious signage of New York your Big Apple-loving heart can handle. When you live in New York, you [...]

All the hilarious signage of New York your Big Apple-loving heart can handle. When you live in New York, you see a lot of crazy things, from toddlers doing flips on trains, to 7-foot-transvestites wearing nothing but thongs while riding Citibikes. It’s a bitch of a city to live in, but all the daily randomness makes it well worth it, because the most creative, interesting, and annoying people all ... More...


By • Nov 1st, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


A London Weekend Bucket List

TweetIf you’re visiting London for just a limited amount of time, you’ve come to the right place. London, like New [...]

If you’re visiting London for just a limited amount of time, you’ve come to the right place. London, like New York, is an incredibly exciting city. It’s also really overwhelming. What should you see? What should you do? Here’s your London Weekend Bucket List: After visiting London for the first time over the weekend, I felt inspired to answer these questions for those plan... More...


By • Oct 29th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


Town Pays Alcoholic Street Cleaners with Beer

TweetA German street cleanup project uses beer as an incentive for alcoholic employees, because alcoholic street cleaners are a real [...]

A German street cleanup project uses beer as an incentive for alcoholic employees, because alcoholic street cleaners are a real thing. I can’t tell if this idea is genius or ridiculous, but the German town of Essen has recently started Project Pick-up, where they pay recovering alcoholics and addicts a tiny wage to clean the streets, and use beer as an incentive to get them through the day. The addi... More...


By • Oct 26th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Famous Shopping Streets Around the World

TweetThese ten over-the-top famous shopping streets around the world will take your next shopping experience to a whole new level. [...]

These ten over-the-top famous shopping streets around the world will take your next shopping experience to a whole new level. If you’re looking to do some serious shopping, here’s where you need to go: 1. Kohlmarkt, Vienna, Austria Kohlmarkt appears to be one of the most breathtaking places, ever — and the fact that you can shop ’til you drop makes it all the better. [via] Related Post... More...


By • Oct 22nd, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations