Oh Jesse Pinkman: you were just a humble meth using high school dropout until some teacher came back into your life and forced you to apply yourself. As the world reels from last night’s Breaking Bad finale, the NY Post’s Kate Briquelet spotted this yarn bombing in Bed-Stuy at the corner of Dekalb and Spencer. A search shows that a local designer London Kaye O’Donnell is responsible, according to this DNA.info story, who also did the BB logo on a subway entrance. Now, someone stitch up a tribute to Badger’s Star Trek script, please.
There you are, out for an afternoon stroll (or drunken stumble) when the urge hits to strap on that feed bag. What can you eat in this trendy neighborhood that will fill you up without gutting your bank account? Here are 10 meals for under $10 or thereabouts, from donuts (yes, that’s a meal) to falafel […]
Ethnic food restaurants try to navigate the Health Department bureaucracy [Open City] Maybe 3D printing isn’t our glorious future yet [Slate] So much for Beastie Boys Square [DNA Info] It was so cold in February that no one could bother to kill anyone for 10 days [NY1] A building exploded in Harlem [CBS] Ridiculous person […]
Composting! It’s all the rage these days with the hip young environmental set. Everyone’s getting into it nowadays, from commuters to the Sanitation Department to urban gardening heroes. If you want in too, and you’ve got a good idea for how to get your neighbors involved and spread the good word of mashing garbage together, […]