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A Love Letter: The Inviting Arms of Disaster

I often walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, admiring the hallowed space between two boroughs, two worlds fixed on a precipice of atomic proportions. They’re still, though breathing in a cacophonous pattern, like the sharp breaths of a drowning man. 611 more words

Jawanza James Williams

interesting. 



…and that’s the truth.

TEASER TUESDAY: NOISE BY BRETT GARCIA ROSE

If fast-paced, action-packed thrillers are your style, check out Noise by Brett Garcia Rose. Here’s the teaser:

I know it now; I am a broken man.

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Shout Outs

Grab and go: Late night, fast food.

I’m downstairs at the local deli, located on the corner of the apartment building where I live.  It’s about 11pm, and I’ve been sent down by my housemate, to buy and bring up a Mexican quesadilla.   558 more words

Life

Some Private Colleges Turn a Tidy Profit by Going Nonprofit by PATRICIA COHEN

Nicky Kundnani recommends New York Times’ new Business Day article
By PATRICIA COHEN

Under a government crackdown on for-profit schools that leave students with useless credentials and punishing debt, some colleges have converted to nonprofits, in lucrative deals. 13 more words

Business

Influenster - Demi Lovato for NYC Voxbox - Review

Influenster is a website where you review products and unlock badges that are relevant to your lifestyle. When you review items that are connected to expert badges and life stage badges to increase your scores. 250 more words

The Weather in Review

New York City: March 2

The dryness of winter reddens your lips. Ache’s paint. You can’t say that spring was not meant to be. But what an annoying and absurd sentiment: … 180 more words

NYC