Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Happy Thanksgiversday!

Guys we made it to Thanksgiving! This one slut I know told me that she thinks I'm losing my steam with this, so I'm going to try to put a little bit more of my voice into future posts. But for now, y'all are going to have to settle with this picture of a VERY crowded Penn Station earlier today (WEdnesday, Thanksgiving Eve). Crrrazy.

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Looooooove you, Vivek

Bravo, to whoever had a part in this.

Gettin' ma paparazzi on

Last night, in Boston, I went with Paul to this BU party (a cast party of a couple of his friends, to be precise) and who should be there but...Laurence Fishburne's fabulous son! His name is Langston.

This seems a bit excessive to me

I caught this on the cab ride to the Penn Station before heading off to Boston this weekened. I'm used to the Dunkin/Baskin duo, but this is simply out of my comfort zone. 31st and 5th.

This picture, I believe, speaks for itself. 31st and Lex (I think).

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Filler...I guess

I got to see an MTA lady get legit cursed off by this guy because: after like 15 of us had been waiting a good 10 minutes here, we finally found out that there were not to be any trains stopping after a 6 train sped by on the express track. Nice job, MTA. No signs, no orange tape- no nuttin!

But I always like these long views of the old subway stations, so I guess it wasn't a total waste of my time.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008


1:45 am, Union Square. Naturally I wasn't there then, but I'm going to venture to say that this is the most united that NYC has been about anything since 9/11.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008


So here's the view from a bench last night (Monday) at 4 am outside of the Lafayette dorm during the six-alarm TRASH CAN fire that forced everyone outside for over an hour. Why does NYU (and the students thereof) try to find such creative ways to make me hate it?

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Sun shower on dee ole Bow'ry

East 4th and Bowery:

synagogue for the arts

Weirdest looking synagogue I've ever seen- White Street between Church and Broadway: