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Those who have, those who struggle, those who wanna be...or "Girl, you carry your Mac in a plastic bag?"

Back in the 80’s my neighbourhood was filled with creative and artsy peeps who flowed through the avenues during the day and had trendy thought-provoking convos at night in the bars. 503 more words


A Writer’s Diary Entries From Mid-May, 1986

Sunday, May 11, 1986

7 PM. This has been a golden weekend that I’ve enjoyed. It’s important for me to realize how lucky I am for the pleasures I have, and how lucky I am to know how lucky I am. 4,578 more words

Notes on My New Neighborhood

Two months ago (how has it already been that long?) I moved apartments. For my first nine months in the city, I lived in Williamsburg — not the uber trendy part, I’m fond of pointing out, but the more down-to-earth part, off the Lorimer stop on the L train. 740 more words


We Did Not Lose Limbs While Axe Throwing

In June we celebrated Josh’s 30th birthday with a group ax throwing session at Kick Axe Throwing in Brooklyn. I booked the group through the website and wanted to talk more about my experience and how it all came to be! 546 more words


Home Improvement Expert Maggie Gyllenhaal Shares Decorating Tips

On Tuesday evening, actress Maggie Gyllenhaal materialized in Grand Central Station to attend the opening of a pop-up shop for Josh Cellars wine, which was elaborately decorated to look like a rustic garage. 393 more words


I made it to rumpus ya’ll!

Addiction is very real. It is a thief as well as a monster of souls. I survived and this is my story



A Writer’s Diary Entries From Early October, 1985

Wednesday, October 2, 1985

10 PM. I decided to return to Brooklyn rather than stay at Teresa’s tonight because although I’d had a long day. 4,016 more words