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Monthly Archives: January 2008

Misunderstanding Art

There’s a lot of great art in New York City. Much of it is in the Subway. I generally am unable to comprehend exactly the message that most of it wants to convey (especially in the Lorimer station, WTF?) In the category of art I marginally understand, I don’t have to venture far from my [...]

This post is not about Ron Paul.

I have a sneaking suspicion that it is because he‘s too red state. No, this post is about Hillary and Obama. Why Hillary and Obama you ask? Well ‘h’ is before ‘o’ in the alphabet. But seriously folks, the immediate area around everyone’s favorite yuppie spaceship is polling in favor of Obama. Cafe Naico apparently [...]

There is still time to choose.

In this week’s iteration of New York magazine, we get a look at the crime in 2007 and how it has changed since the early nineties. And yes, they point out that Bedford-Stuyvesant is one of the places where crime is moving contrary to the city-wide trend. But! But, it’s not the worst Brooklyn has [...]