Where’s the boot-buying police officer when you need him? We need him.
In the past, it’s been difficult to define the zeitgeist of a particular era or year or region. But thanks to the wonders of the Internet, Google in particular, this is no longer the case.
Anyway, I think it’s about time to break out the old hermetically-sealed bubble and wait out the rest of this pregnancy. BPA-free, of course.
What critter consistently terrifies New Yorkers more than roaches, rats, or cannibal cops? Yeah, it’s bedbugs.
I know we Americans aren’t always on the same wavelength as our cousins across the pond, but nothing about this makes any sense.
With Thanksgiving behind us, our holiday season fun continues with a little low-budget gem from our old Rydell High lovebirds, Danny Zuko and Sandy Olsson.
Mattel, makers of that plastic vixen, Barbie, is introducing a new suite of girly Lego sets aimed at involving dads in play and helping girls develop some of the same math, science and spatial skills that boys’ toys more naturally do.
Now three things have happened in the last few days that go straight to proving me right on all fronts. Here they are, in increasingly horrifying order.
It seems as though a UWS resident, one Gary Rintel, reportedly a writer and “self-described trust-fund layabout,” was so torn up over the death of his Collie-Great Pyrenees mix a while back that he had it cloned.
Suddenly everyone in the world is reading their Emily Post.
A recent study out of UCLA finds that high levels of that sugary junk can possibly make us slower-witted and, well, stupid. On the other hand, it seems that omega-3 fatty acids can make all the dumb go away.
A lighthearted look at news, events, culture and everyday life in New York. _____________________ By Nina Pajak And here we are. It’s Cyber . . . uh, Wednesday. I don’t know what it is this […]
While I typically spend my holiday season toggling between feeling charmed and feeling besieged by tourists and aggressive midtown merchandising, I’m still feeling rather fresh.
As with every year, the internet has granted us its traditional offering of gratitude: the annual Thanksgiving pop anthem.
Nina In New York: Jury Duty Is Probably Preferable To Being Convicted Of A Felony, But It Isn’t As Funny
Enter Susan A. Cole of Denver, CO, courtesy of our partner station. Susan pulled a fast one when called for jury duty, and then, pleased with her little story, called in to retell it on the airwaves.