Nina In New York
A lighthearted look at news, events, culture and everyday life in New York. The opinions expressed are solely those of the writer.
This is a very special Friday edition of the weekly roundup, because it is my last before I go off and have a lil’ baby. I have been pregnant for approximately 4,000 years, and it is finally time.
Meet the latest elaborate device for people who prefer not to use their brains: watchdog cutlery.
We’ve experienced the full range of emotions —despair, distress, powerlessness, anxiety, sadness, rage, confusion, vindication, relief, and then back to anger and confusion and sadness with each horrible story that rolled in.
Anyway, nothing makes me cherish my youthful epiphany than when the celebrity world starts totally fritzing out all at once. So far, this week is proving quite fruitful.
The Plague of the Locusts is upon us once again! Soon the East River will run with (more) blood and all the livestock will be blighted and we’ll all be forced to eat matzah until the end of days even though Passover ended over a week ago and we were really enjoying a world filled with bagels once again.
Nina In New York: Midtown Cookie Monster Behind Bars After Tourist Family Mistakes Him For Actual Cookie Monster
Are you kidding me, you guys? Of course he wanted money.
A small town in Georgia passed an ordinance this week requiring all of its citizens to own a gun.
Nina In New York: Yet Another Corrupt New York Politician Gets Busted, Mythical ‘Trust Of The Public’ Broken
Boy oh boy, do I love a tale of political corruption and intrigue. Especially when the players are two-bit local yokels who manage to get themselves caught far, far in advance of ever actually achieving anything.
Breaking news this week from the New York Post, with a revelation that will shock absolutely no one: High end nightclubs in New York City have been fleecing their patrons!
A lighthearted look at news, events, culture and everyday life in New York City.
On the one hand, I hate to see my beloved Met under attack. On the other, this has long seemed like an injustice to the legions of tourists who haplessly fork over cash when New York natives are slapping down a buck and calling it a day.
At a recent conference held by National Geographic and TedX, scientists proposed the “de-extinction” of 24 erstwhile species of animal. In addition to the ever-popular Mammoth, candidates included the dodo, the Quagga (a type of zebra), the moa (a 12-foot tall flightless bird), the passenger pigeon (please, no), a bunch of other birds (why so many birds, anyway?), the saber-toothed cat, and the mastodon.
A lighthearted look at news, events, culture and everyday life in New York. _____________________ By Nina Pajak Are we in the “out like a lamb” portion of the month yet? Frankly, I’ve lived in the […]
Okay, thank you, everybody. I hereby call to order the first ever Emergency Rat Summit. Templeton, to my right, will be passing around a sign-in sheet and taking minutes.