Lifestyle

R.I.P. to Christmas Break

I’m sure you’ve seen the memes referencing the days between Christmas and New Years that become difficult to name, let alone the specific date. Peep this one: It’s like clockwork. Every year at this time I lie awake in bed in disbelief that the lifestyle I had grown so accustomed to over the last week […]

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Food, Lifestyle

Christmas w/ the NY Fam

I’m a family man. Every year it’s like clockwork… Kids leave school at 1:00 PM and I fly home to Kentucky for the Christmas holiday with family where I eat way more than any human should, spend as little money as humanly possible, and bond as much as any human can with my family. With […]

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Lifestyle

What if…

Do you ever have scenarios pop into your head and then you find yourself asking, “What if that really did happen?” Just last night I was riding the 4 train into the city and found myself putting a fresh piece of Orbit (that’s chewing gum for those of you who are still on bazooka) in my […]

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Music, Uncategorized

I’ve got serious questions for Big Baby D.R.A.M.

Chances are by this point you’ve heard one of D.R.A.M.’s infamous tunes and found yourself heading bobbing along to the rambunctious beat, but have you seen any of the music videos to complement the songs? It’s becoming a hobby of mine to cast D.R.A.M. videos from my phone to TV, sit back, and ask myself […]

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Music

Latest Obsession: PARTYNEXTDOOR

By this point PARTYNEXTDOOR has made a name for himself as a part of OVO’s label and hip-hop artist. While I knew of PARTY due to his collabs with other big-name artists, I had never taken the time to appreciate his work. Today in my morning walk to work, I realized that it had been […]

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Lifestyle

Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks

On April 3rd, the Brooklyn Museum opened its newest exhibition featuring Brooklyn-born artist Jean-Michael Basquiat. The exhibition, called Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks, provides the visitor a rare, yet vital, glimpse into the artist’s mind. Throughout the exhibition, pages from Basquiat’s notebooks have been preserved and presented in glass cases. Each page is as different as much of […]

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Style

The Top Ten: Air Max Day 2015

Thursday, March 26 is National Air Max day dedicated to the Swoosh’s iconic running shoe that has transcended into so much more than a sneaker for sidewalk stompers. Since 1987, Nike’s Air Max has breached out of sport into the music, art, and fashion scene. To celebrate my go-to Nike shoe, I have chosen my […]

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Food

The Best Tasting Tacos, Even if You Don’t Like Tacos

If there’s one thing I could eat around the clock, it’s tacos (plus bacon and french fries). A good taco invades every taste bud, thereby triggering all five senses. A good taco leads you to make that cheesy comment mid-meal (with your mouth full), “This is so good.” I have two favorite taco places that […]

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Lifestyle

The Week in Review: February 16th-22nd

With a week off of work we had to do something, so we skipped down and headed straight to the mountains for some TLC and solitude. Then, it was back to NYC for a few nights out and the comfort of our own beds. This is the week in pictures.

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