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Come to New York If You Want To Live
As we wrap up 2011, the city is announcing all sorts of statistics about life in the Big Apple.  I noticed 3 in a row that sound pretty awesome: New Yorkers have the highest life...

Where is the best coffee in New York?
Coffee is the gasoline of New York City- with a populous that is perpetually behind schedule, stressed out, sleep deprived and in a hurry, we all need some caffeinated motivation...

Rules to Finding a Roommate
I just came across this hysterical (and yet very true) illustration by Christie Young with some step-by-step instructions for finding a good roommate.  See the larger version...

A New York Staple, Korean Grocers Are Dwindling
This is pretty sad!  Many Korean Grocers are having trouble keeping their doors open due to “rising rents, increased competition from online and corporate rivals, and more...

Mapnificent: Where Can You Go In 15 Minutes?
A great new webapp called Mapnificent is a nifty tool for determining where you can go in the city within a certain time frame.  For example, if I wanted to know where I could...

Complete Calendar of Every Free Outdoor Movie In New York City This Summer
Time Out New York has compiled a complete list of all the free outdoor movies you can go see this summer in NYC!  Sure, we often talk about how expensive it is to live here, but...

Every Building in New York
I just came across a site called All The Buildings In New York, a portfolio of drawings from Australian artist James Gulliver Hancock in which he is making his way across the entire...

The 3 New Yorks (E.B. White)
“There are roughly three New Yorks. There is, first, the New York of the man or woman who was born there, who takes the city for granted and accepts its size, its turbulence...

The Daily Pothole
New York City’s Department of Transportation takes a lot of flack for road conditions, lane closures, potholes and just about everything else you could think to complain...

Get Out of My Way, You Jerk!
Do you hate ‘slow-walkers’? It’s OK; I do too. Here’s a great article from the Wall Street Journal about research on sidewalk rage.


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