People drop things on the Internet and run all the time. So we have to ask. In this edition, writer Andrea Ayres-Deets tells us more about the thirst for wholesome hydrating water.
A few years ago I made a fresh Twitter account and never used it. It follows nobody and has never Tweeted a link.
“The general election campaign is under way, after Parliament was officially dissolved. Journalists waiting outside 10 Downing Street on Monday morning spotted a fox, apparently chasing a duck.”
Wi-fi makes you sick and blogging can be fatal. It is almost as if God is trying to tell us all to stay away from the Internet.
I don’t believe in “rules,” because like, what am I, your mom? We’re all Grown Woman™! We can do whatever we want!
“It would have been easier to pick someone really respected like Charlotte Gainsbourg … but this was more of a challenge, taking a band people were chucking bottles of piss at.” —My admiration for Max Tundra is such that, sure, I will give his career resuscitation attempt on confectionery pop act Daphne and Celeste a shot.
The Concessionist gives advice each weekend (ish) about the sordid choices of real life. Trouble? Write today.
★★★★ In the sleepy cloudshade of morning, a teen on the bench pinched a rolling paper in his fingers, surrounded by other teens.
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“We loved this show. My husband said he enjoyed the ‘wipes’ segment more than all the politics. He never watches MSNBC with me, but he got interested in this one.”
Silicon Valley’s most successful men—and it is exclusively men here!—are finding new ways to contort themselves in the glow of their own wealth, at the racetrack: Stan Chudnovsky, the head of product management on Facebook’s messaging app, pointed to another way that racing could be cheap: Renting a fast car for a day on the racetrack can sate one’s desire to buy one for the garage.
“According to Topsy, Periscope has caught up to Meerkat on Twitter in just 24 hours. Yesterday, there were 23,693 tweets linking to Periscope URLs and just 24,029 linking to Meerkat livestream URLs.
“[M]odern thinkers look to numbers for signs that show the emergence of a world founded on rational and moral principles.
He pulled me close to him, his hips grinding up against my own. “I promise you,” he said. “I’m not into you because you remind me of my mother who was emotionally distant after my father died.” I kissed him, my heart pumping furiously now that he had answered one question that had been plaguing me all along.
If even the fact that the weekend is within our grasp is not nearly enough to motivate you this morning I suggest you listen to this a little; it is bound to help.
★ Murk blurred the river, one of only two faults on a fine February morning, the other fault being that April was less than a week away.
From Sunset to Sun Valley, here are eleven of the city’s finest free coffee establishments. 1. Milt and Edie’s Drycleaners, Burbank Milt and Edie’s, which has been open twenty-four hours a day since 1962, offers far more than just coffee: they have free cookies, free hot dogs and popcorn, free treats for your dog, free flag-cleaning, and on their website, a page of free fashion tips with confident headings like, “How Long Pants Legs Should Be.” The free coffee comes out of an automated machine set beside a plate of Hydrox cookies, both types, and under a bulletin board advertising local businesses, mostly dog walkers and dialect coaches.
Welcome to Surreal Estate, a column in which we explore listings and stories from the tumultuous New York City real estate market.
The Book of Negroes 1 You see the commercial on BET while you’re painting your nails. The women are only crying.
After we ran our piece about the new jobs at Port Lockroy, Antarctica, Sarah contacted me and asked if we’d like to learn about what it’s really like to work at the South Pole.