Nostalgia isn't the beast it was once thought to be. It turns out that nostalgia can both make our pasts rosier, and our futures more bright.
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As weird of an experience NYC's interactive show "Sleep No More" is, it's unlike anything you've ever done before.
Why do we voluntarily subject ourselves to awards shows that are longer than 'Titanic'? Because we love that amid unemployment, guns and war, borrowed jewels can for a moment make everything OK.
The online dating world has entered a new stratosphere. Forget OkCupid, forget Match.com, welcome to the entirely superficial world of Tinder. All the kids are doing it.
Is "courtship" dead among millennials? The New York Times argues yes ... but they're wrong.
I’m sure I missed some great novels this year, but these are the books that meant something to me.
As all New Yorkers know, finding a taxi in this urban jungle is a bit of a nightmare. Thursday, the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission voted to approve e-hailing cab apps.
In her 'New York Times' op-ed Christy Wampole takes issue with the ironic way of life so widely adopted by millennials. More than anything, her article just proves how much she doesn't get it.
When millennials text, it's just as often to cancel plans as it is to make them. Is "sorry, my phone died" the new "the dog ate my homework?"
We woke up this morning to a landscape ravaged by Sandy, and now we are waiting. Waiting for power, for subways, to get moving again. But there is something beautiful in the stopping.
Can’t we just be happy for a millennial’s success and not try to decide whether or not she is “worth” it?
A recent NYT article says when it comes to having a career you're passionate about, the best advice for millennials is to play it cool. But is that the best way to get #passion to follow you?
"The Atlantic," "Gawker," "CNN," my ex boyfriend, T. Pain, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and your mom have one thing in common: they are all talking about Psy.
Burning Man. A festival so filled with intrigue and mystery that I took it upon myself to see what the week of festivities is really all about.
Tim Kreider's op-ed 'The "Busy" Trap' seems to have struck a crowd with a nation of people who are "crazy busy". But there is a difference between being busy and just plain over-scheduled.