Lies, Lies, Can’t Believe a Word they Say! – Part 2: Finding Love in the Big City XIII

By at 24 February, 2008, 12:00 am

 If you remember the last time you were in a sex drought, getting it is exciting and reminds you that damn it I’m still alive and someone still think I’m fine. Well, that is what it felt like. Just like any high, eventually you come down and start asking questions and really consider what happened and […]


Lies, Lies, Can’t Believe a Word they Say! – Part 1: Finding Love in the Big City XIII

By at 22 February, 2008, 12:00 am

Back into the swing of the dating pool, feeling more confident about having attracted more people, getting more looks on the subway ride to work (aside from the homeless men looking at me as if I’m a Human ATM Machine), I decide to diversify my assets. . . see what it’s like to date more […]


Lost Ones

By at 30 July, 2007, 10:00 am

So while writing a friend of mine, trying to explain why he shouldn’t move out of the “hood” and the merits of staying and making it a home, I had to put myself in his shoes – someone trying to be upwardly mobile, even borderline bougie would obviously believe that the ‘burbs are the promise […]


Mayor Bloomberg Pays Parents To Care for Their Kids

By at 30 March, 2007, 2:15 pm

It isn’t enough to have children and want to see them make a difference in the world, keep your family name going or push them to do better than you’ve done in life, out of love of self and love for your child. No, it isn’t that simple anymore (was it ever?). Mayor Bloomberg has […]


Mayor to Pay Poor Parents And Children to Get Out of Poverty

By at 30 March, 2007, 10:10 am

March 30, 2007 Mayor Michael Bloomberg unveiled a novel $50-million initiative yesterday that will pay poor New York families cash for taking steps to lift themselves out of poverty by keeping their children in school, staying healthy and earning more. Under the two-year pilot program, 2,500 families will earn rewards ranging from $50 to $300 […]