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Smartphone

by 02/18/2015
Neighborhood: Uncategorized

So, Martin's phone on one hand was keeping him young, and connected, but on the other, collecting the names of the dead

I Just Want to Stay In and Get High and Watch Netflix

by 07/20/2014
Neighborhood: Bushwick

Out is one of my least favorite concepts. If ‘in’ means a comfortable evening spent at home on the couch, then ‘out’ is never preferable.

Elevator Days

by 02/10/2012
Neighborhood: Financial District, Lower Manhattan, Manhattan

Although the job had its ups and downs, it was the jerks in the middle that gave Joseph Scalia the most trouble.

Hunting The $99 TouchPad

by 10/28/2011
Neighborhood: Midtown

Stas Holodnak goes on a quest to find a discounted tablet.

The Lucky One

by 08/16/2010
Neighborhood: Lower Manhattan, Manhattan

Emily Azur's lost her job in the wake of economic recession and while others struggle to meet life's demands, she reconciles herself.

You’re in the Quiet Car

by 10/09/2007
Neighborhood: Across the River, Letter From Abroad

Hal takes dictation in a modern-day totalitarian regime hosted by Amtrak

Heteroflexibility

by 12/31/2006
Neighborhood: Chelsea, Multiple

Daphne trolls craigslist for entertainment, and she can see her (fl)ex-boyfriend coming a mile away

Snot-Suction Thing

by 10/24/2006
Neighborhood: Letter From Abroad, West Village

In this excerpt from Elisha's book CRAWLING, a device helps the family through a lengthy trip when daughter catches cold

Live Free or Die

by 09/24/2006
Neighborhood: West Village

Suzanne Seggerman runs a nonprofit out of her car, which she parks every day on Bleecker. Why have a car in NYC? That's why

Post New Blog

by 09/24/2006
Neighborhood: Morningside Heights

Internet dating has bittersweet results for a charmingly overwrought undergrad and his would-be paramour

Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood’s Greatest Hits: A Truncated Retrospective

by The Editors 06/09/2006
Neighborhood: Multiple, SoHo

A necessarily incomplete look at great work that has been submitted to Mr. Beller's Neighborhood in its first six years.

Homesteading the Intellectual Prairie

by Thomas Beller 06/03/2006
Neighborhood: Midtown

It's not often that what is good for billionaires is also good for poets, but this was an exception.