Lots of volunteer slots are full for Thanksgiving, but there’s still time to help Occupy Sandy cook and deliver turkeys to our neighbors in need. To help out, cook a bird at home by Thursday morning at 10, then drop it off at St. John’s Parish Hall, 461 99th St. in Bay Ridge. Here’s Occupy’s handy turkey recipe and a list of more turkey day vol opps with the Occupy folks, Wednesday and Thursday.
Whether you’re new to town or you’ve been around for a bit, you know the one local issue that keeps popping up, and won’t be going away any time soon, is gentrification. Neighborhoods and demographics in those neighborhoods change, and while real estate agents love to employ the terms “transitioning” (aaaaaaaahhhhh), the reality is that […]
It’s no secret that living in New York can take a toll on your mental health, but fickle weather can also lend a hand. Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD for tragic acronym short, affects a large percentage of the population in cities and countries prone to fluctuating weather patterns (or just generally shitty ones, like Ireland). New York is certainly […]
The life of a broke millennial is not particularly glamorous. Maybe you’ve got some service industry job to support your pipe dreams, maybe you just graduated and you’re working some internship that will never pay you, or maybe you work for a start-up and just spend a disproportionate amount of money on rent, bar tabs […]