This past Saturday saw Thought Catalog’s Fifth Anniversary party, here in beautiful scenic Brooklyn.
The physically weakest males receive all the attention of their female counterparts, while the physically strongest males are met with indifference, if not outright disapproval.
Sure, tourists want to have an adventure and a new experience, but who gets to decide what is authentic, what is the ‘real’ Bushwick or Hell’s Kitchen, or DUMBO? Who are the people coming up with these concepts? What is the impact of a branded place on our city?
You’d be wise not to bro with the flow.
She dared to reach deep inside herself, find out exactly who she was, and relate her essential self to her environment in a ballad to her beloved adopted home, Brooklyn. She’s being mocked for being brave.
Williamsburg, you’re better than this.
What if the great Greek myths of old were re-imagined for the 21st century?
On Driggs today in Williamsburg Brooklyn, between n9 and n10th, some man was yelling all sorts of obscenities from the 4th floor of the ultra-expensive condo building “The Driggs.” Primarily, he was focused on yelling at people walking on the sidewalk with little…
We straightened the whole thing out without bitter words or crying. I told her I’m not the same person I was, that she isn’t Shelli, that I’m not Ivan, and either we’re honest with each other or not.
1. They bought themselves some Twitter followers.