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Houdini's Grandest Illusion

It was about 16-pages—that fantasy novel I contrived as an eleven year old. About dragons, monsters, and such things. Spoke and entered into grueling, grandiose wars of epic proportions. 832 more words

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Actually, New York Will Not Be Getting a Branch of The Andy Warhol Museum

Sorry, fans of Warhol, and anyone who was trying to make bank off a flashy new museum coming to a gentrifying neighborhood. Nearly two years after… 354 more words

NYC Resiliency: Rebuild by Design

by Amanda Sengstacken

Since the devastation of October 2012’s Hurricane Sandy, enumerable concerned organizations, committees, and individuals of NYC have been toiling furiously towards a common goal.  978 more words

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Never Too Much


The mix tape I made for myself in 1982
and can no longer find begins with
Luther Vandross singing “Never Too Much.”
I lost it in 1992 in New York. 488 more words

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Christmas is Coming - Part 5

And with those words from my boss, “See you.” I’m done. My work responsibilities are over and time itself becomes something different. Time is a resource, something to be viewed dispassionately, to be used to solve my problem. 2,211 more words

Mission Chinese 2.0: Possible

Yesterday I got a disturbing text from my barber.  It wasnt so much about the content of the text, but rather the fact that I got a text from my barber that was alarming.   748 more words

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But Worse To Dance With the Devil Than Parch Yourself On the Golden Sun

I can feel it churning, twisting, and building, like a thunderous, dark rain cloud on hyperloop. My guts fill, they burst, and I am defeated. Succumb. 930 more words

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