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Here are two things that are currently true: Brooklyn residents have a lot of pent up frustration about our political climate, and punching—and kicking, and jabbing—(inanimate!) things is fun. That is why kickboxing, in addition to being an exceptionally enjoyable workout, as it engages just about every muscle in the body, also does wonders for our holistic health. Take advantage of the current popularity of the sport, and visit any one of these martial...
Important thinking happens on a drive. Living in Brooklyn, time spent bounding down long empty roads with nothing but music to keep you company is not only a rare occurrence, it’s an impossible one. Seeking a moment of silent reprieve from post-Trump daily life, I went to find it on the road. I have long been an activist, so critically following daily political happenings and their social counterparts is not an uncommon activity for me,...
When you hit your local watering hole, you've got questions about what really goes on there. Well, there's no better way to get answers than to go directly to the source. We give you, below, our March tips for tips from those who know the scene best—bartenders. They've done us a solid by giving us a peak behind the mysterious bar veil. "What has bartending taught you about yourself?" Christian Where he presides: No. 7 Restaurant, Fort Greene Favorite Drink: Harry Callahan "I was working...
We’re living in a golden age of cultural criticism. Sure, ye olde online content farms yield a lot of drek, but they’ve also borne more and better writing, from Matt Zoller Seitz on Mad Men to Doreen St. Felix’s deconstruction of how patois is heard and misheard. Not all of this stellar #kultural #kontent has been collected in books—yet—but there’s a lot, new and old, to keep you busy in the meantime. Notes from No...

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