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The Amazing View From the Tallest Residential Building in NYC

TweetBeautiful views from the tallest residential building in Manhattan. One of the main reasons people live in high-rises is because [...]

Beautiful views from the tallest residential building in Manhattan. One of the main reasons people live in high-rises is because they enjoy the view. I would personally rather see a fucking tree, but I’m from the South where I didn’t see a parking garage until I was in college. 432 Park Avenue is set to be the tallest residential building in both Manhattan, and the western hemisphere. Naturally, you ... More...


By • Oct 18th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Demolished Old New York Landmarks

TweetOld New York buildings that no longer exist. The grand mansion of Cornelius Vanderbilt II, the guy who basically vanderbuilt [...]

Old New York buildings that no longer exist. The grand mansion of Cornelius Vanderbilt II, the guy who basically vanderbuilt this city (ugh, sorry for that joke. Even I didn’t LOL).   One of the reasons I moved to New York was to live in a place that had some real history. My old neighbor who used to come over randomly, stoned out of her mind said it best when she said: “New York is where this... More...


By • Oct 17th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL



3 Must-See Bookstores in Paris

TweetIf you want to make the most out of your stay in Paris, you have to check out these bookstores. [...]

If you want to make the most out of your stay in Paris, you have to check out these bookstores. These three librairies in Paris are full of character and charm, and will leave you feeling even more enchanted by the City of Light: Shakespeare and Company Shakespeare and Company is an absolute must for any book lover who finds themselves in Paris. The English-literature bookstore, founded by an A... More...


By • Oct 13th, 2014 • Category: Books, Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


5 US Airports Begin Screening for Ebola

TweetTraveling through one of these US airports? There’s a chance you’ll be screened for Ebola. According to federal officials, passengers [...]

Traveling through one of these US airports? There’s a chance you’ll be screened for Ebola. According to federal officials, passengers arriving from West Africa will automatically be screened for body temperature at 5 American airports starting this weekend. Starting next week, travelers landing in the US from all affected African nations will be screened as well. Screenings will take plac... More...


By • Oct 9th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


A Vegan’s Guide to Paris

TweetWhether you’re vegetarian, vegan, or simply health-conscious and traveling to Paris, you ought to keep these seven addresses handy. Below [...]

Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan, or simply health-conscious and traveling to Paris, you ought to keep these seven addresses handy. Below are seven city spots for juices, veggie platters, dairy-free desserts and more:   Bob’s Juice Bar Bob’s Juice Bar is the very first place in Paris to serve organic cold-pressed juices. Founded by New York native Marc Grossman, Bob’s Juic... More...


By • Oct 6th, 2014 • Category: Cities, Dining, Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL


2015 NYC Taxi Driver Calendar is Out

TweetThe 2015 NYC Taxi Driver Calendar is out and ready for you to get your sweaty commuter hands all over. [...]

The 2015 NYC Taxi Driver Calendar is out and ready for you to get your sweaty commuter hands all over. Remember when the last NYC Taxi Driver calendar came out and the whole city basically stopped to realize there’s some serious man meat in the front seat of your stinky ride to work each morning? Well, it’s back, and better than ever because these guys have to compete with Uber, Lyft, Gett... More...


By • Oct 2nd, 2014 • Category: Art, Cities, ENTERTAINMENT, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Belgian City to Build a Beer Pipeline Under the Streets

TweetBruges, in Belgium has approved plans to install a beer pipeline under the city. Many people consider beer to be [...]

Bruges, in Belgium has approved plans to install a beer pipeline under the city. Many people consider beer to be one of the main food groups, and the citizens of Bruges, Belgium are no exception. Fun fact: Belgium is an independent country. #Themoreyouknow READ MORE: 15 Health Benefits of Beer The cobbled streets and canal paths of Bruges are world famous, but politicians are tired of huge beer deli... More...


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


Park Benches Publicly Display Sitters Weight

TweetMoscow is installing park benches that publicly display sitters’ weights, adding fat shaming to the long list of what-is-Russia-thinking offenses. [...]

Moscow is installing park benches that publicly display sitters’ weights, adding fat shaming to the long list of what-is-Russia-thinking offenses. With a growing portion of the Russian population becoming overweight and obese, Moscow lawmakers have implemented what they think is a genius measure: park benches that display a sitters’ weight. But let’s think about who goes to publ... More...


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


The 10 Most Visited Cities in the World

TweetIf you want to expand your travel repertoire, then traveling to these global capitals might be a good start. Here’s [...]

If you want to expand your travel repertoire, then traveling to these global capitals might be a good start. Here’s this year’s 10 most-visited cities around the world: 10. Seoul The South Korean capital is expected to draw in 8.63 million international tourists by the end of 2014. [via] Related PostsVisit a Painted Village in Poland Five Awesome Snow Animals You Can Totally Make at H... More...


By • Sep 24th, 2014 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


Paris Best: Desserts

TweetAttention sweet tooths visiting Paris: this post is for your safekeeping (except it’s not really safe at all). …And even [...]

Attention sweet tooths visiting Paris: this post is for your safekeeping (except it’s not really safe at all). …And even if you’re not a sweet tooth, I’d be hard pressed to find any of you resisting these delectable Parisian treats on your next trip to the city of love and macaroons. Here’s six of the best desserts to indulge in around the city: 1. Pierre Hermé’s Maca... More...


By • Sep 22nd, 2014 • Category: Cities, Dining, Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations