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Underground Analysis

by 02/08/2016
Neighborhood: All Over

“Which do you think it is?” I asked. “She wants something, or she's done something she hasn’t told you about that’s going to make you furious?”

Hell’s Kitchen and All That Jazz

by 04/09/2015
Neighborhood: Hell's Kitchen

How easily I plugged into that teeming street energy, and with it, the tactile seediness. My suburban backdrop faded into history.

Wild Thing

by 03/11/2015
Neighborhood: Upper West Side

I was walking down the Broadway near Lincoln Center with my old friend Ruth Lopez when we came upon two people on the sidewalk, doing it.

Scented

by 08/26/2014
Neighborhood: Financial District, Manhattan

With three minutes to spare, I mutter a few good Hail Mary Kay's and promise the Sephora gods that I will do better next time.

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.

Kant’s (Revised) Critique of Judgement

by 05/16/2014
Neighborhood: Greenwich Village

You’d think this was an all-girls liberal arts college in South Dakota, not an urban university located in the fashion Mecca of the world.

Vesuvius Ave.

by 05/08/2014
Neighborhood: All Over, Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island

In a summer dress, all women are irresistible. Don't they know this, the excruciating and mystical power of dresses?

Old Brownie

by 02/09/2014
Neighborhood: Midtown

Cut, color, clarity, and carat - Peter Nolan Smith avoids all of the 4Cs of diamonds when he sells Old Brownie on a snowy winter's day.

No Slices

by 02/04/2014
Neighborhood: DUMBO, Union Square

Jaime Mishkin spreads the joy of Grimaldi's pizza to strangers in our latest story.

After the Graveyard Shift

by 01/28/2014
Neighborhood: East Village

Despite going to great lengths to avoid being annoyed, mugged, or worse, Coree Spencer finds herself in a morning straight out of a nightmare.

My Neighbor Cries a Chain Link Fence

by 12/31/2013
Neighborhood: Astoria

Last night I heard him - the guy who pouts and steams outside on the fence smoking cigarettes with a rippled back - I heard him scream at you...

Fighting For What

by 07/01/2013
Neighborhood: Bowery

Fights sometimes start and end for the same reason. Peter Nolan Smith learned this at CBGB.