Monthly Archives: "September 2016"

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September 29, 2016 | 0 Comments Because It Matters: The Hoboken Train Crash

The cab driver looks painfully at me and blurts, “You’ve said nothing about the train crash. Terrible terrible. You don’t know about it?” Of course I do know about it, but I was holding up...

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If you need a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, sit down, relax and share a bite with some of New York City’s monks. On October 5, Sons and Daughters NYC will be hosting...

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Researchers found a survival secret in Earth’s “hardiest animal”: a gene in “waterbears” (a small-pond dwelling mite), which helps them survive severe environmental conditions like boiling, freezing and radiation.   The BBC did a story...

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September 26, 2016 | 0 Comments Awkward New York: 7 Barbecue Conversation Enders

AWKWARD NEW YORK is a weekly column about the uncomfortable experiences of Chris Vespoli in and around NYC. Every Tuesday is another cringe-worthy account, from being fat shamed by a Dunkin’ Donuts employee to crashing...

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While the rest of the country has spent months getting to know these two candidates from New  York, we’ve been scratching our chin, surmising how well Trump and Clinton will stack up. We’re like a...

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