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It seems like everyone is always either looking for a new apartment, moving out of their current living arrangement, or knows someone that is doing one of the two. "I'm looking for a new place," is such a typical statement for New Yorkers that it's almost as common a greeting as "How are you?" But where to move? And is there any possibility of living alone? Are there any still affordable places left here? Or all...
The only time I've ever come close to a 3D-television, I couldn't enjoy the experience because I was too busy trying to scrape my jaw off the floor, where it had been since I first attempted to comprehend why anyone would ever spend that much money on what's effectively a stupid fat-making box. But even putting aside my anti-TV bias, trying to figure out how the Department of Homeless Services (DHS) could possibly justify...
Today marks the release of our sister publication, The L Magazine‘s “30 Under 30″ feature and we thought we’d highlight a few of the people featured by running Q&As with them. One of these people is reporter Danielle Tcholakian. New York-native and longtime Brooklyn-resident Tcholakian is a reporter for DNAinfo, a site which has, of late, become known for its excellent local reporting and extensive coverage of the kind of things New Yorkers really care about—namely, New...
Today in shining moments of the New York Police Department, a witness reports that officers in police cruisers chased a group of black teenagers out of Park Slope, telling the kids through a loudspeaker to "get out of the neighborhood." What's that called again? Oh yeah, policed segregation. Nice work bringing Jim Crow to Park Slope, NYPD. The report comes out of the the 78th Precinct's Community Council meeting, in which Park Slope resident Sara...

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