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Janos Marton Movie Review: “Koch” (+) February 2, 2013 “Koch” tells the story of Ed Koch’s rise and fall, alternating between scenes from his mayoralty (1977-1989) and interviews taken with Neil Barsky over the last few years. I had always … Continue reading
Just wanted to call attention to the fact that we have put our mold remediation resources page back up. I’ve been getting a flurry of Facebook messages and e-mails regarding mold remediation now that mucking in parts of New York … Continue reading
The suspense has been killing you, but fear not, Dreamers- our podcast with Todd Goldstein, former lead guitarist for Harlem Shakes and current lead guitarist and vocalist for ARMS is now up! Click here to listen to Todd talk to … Continue reading
Was recently turned on to this pretty rad map of the world, which uses the etymological names of countries, continents and bodies of water.
Living the Dream tackled serious issues for the first time tonight (Guillermo’s Zombie book review notwithstanding), diving into the seedy world of sex and labor trafficking with lawyer and activist Lauren Burke. Listen here: Pocast with Lauren Burke.
Marathon Day IV completely lived up to its sky high expectations. Thank you to all who came, and congratulations to finishers Orce, Democratic Adam, Angelie, Kevin B., Andrea and Matt Oliver. In addition, major shout out to co-adventurers Gayleem, Cristina, … Continue reading
We’re now 57 hours from game time. For those who don’t have access to Facebook to get the details there, consider this your road map to great times on Saturday. 10:40am. Meet at Staten Island Ferry Terminal (Manhattan). Look for … Continue reading
Living the Dream favorite Midnight Spin will be rocking out Brooklyn Bowl this Saturday, playing Who’s Next in its entirety for album night. In this podcast with Mike and Danny, we catch up on what the last year’s been like … Continue reading
(cross-posted at UnTapped New York. Thanks to Michelle Young for the photos.) For more than thirty years, the Silk Road Palace was a cornerstone of Upper West Side nightlife, a place so draped in legend that newcomers were shocked to … Continue reading
After an agonizing several months, Carmelo Anthony is finally a New York Knick. The blockbuster trade announced earlier tonight sends away four core Knicks- Ray Felton, Wilson Chandler, Danilo Gallinari and Timofey Mozgov. Chandler and Gallinari, who had great moments … Continue reading