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Monthly Archives: July 2013
Apologies in advance for the cheesy title, but sometimes you just have to pull an old cliche out of your doggie bag of tricks — especially when you’re walking down 23rd Street in Chelsea and come across this guy: Advertisements
Have you ever looked up and seen that massive 1920’s skyscraper looming over Atlantic Avenue and the new Barclay’s Center? Yes, the really phallic one. Well, if you ever wondered what the inside looks like, I recently snapped a few … Continue reading
Here it is: The most descriptive business awning in the beautiful borough of Queens–Club SANM. It looks a little run down from the street, but on the inside, it’s completely decked out as a local events center. Families? Come on … Continue reading
Have you ever imagined getting a free, gourmet lunch everyday in your office? Well, I lived that dream for 16 months at a little search engine company that doesn’t hold back when it comes to feeding their employees. Those days … Continue reading