I live in one of the two loft buildings known as “McKibbin.” Someone came and filmed a student documentary about it. It’s pretty cute and pretty funny if you live here or have at least been in the building. And it stars my roommate Molly! (She was the only one home that day.)
yo who wants to stay in my awesome loft w/ my awesome roommates this summer?? got friends who want to visit nyc for 4th of july or just some other time in july? i’ll be gone the whole weekend of july 4th and from july 10th - 17th. this is my room on airbnb, you can share the link w/ your friends and tell them i’m cool. <333 if you let me know you referred someone i can maybe give them a special price!
TONIGHT: SDR PRSNTS @ the DL with Tamaryn, WOLVVES and more of our post-London goodness. 5/14, 10pm, 2 complimentary cocktails via drink tickets from 10-11pm.
Of course I just got back from London last night and have a party tonight! Ahhahah I’m totally not exhausted! Come revel in my jet lag with me!
shot from my old bedroom in my first apartment in the city
“Crane says. “I want to remove everything icky from discovering underground art.” He motions downstairs. “I want New York to have one of these. I don’t want people to think New York City is full of cliques of swill.””
– Village Voice on Silent Barn
“Walk the stretch of Church Ave. from the B/Q Church station to the F/G Church station, preferably on a weekend or during the evening rush hour. You will pass a Golden Krust, an Islamic center, a Mexican hole-in-the-wall that sometimes advertises tamales via hand-written sign, a West Indian place, a synagogue, a halal market, Polish meat markets, a place that advertises tax preparation in several Eastern European languages, a couple Indian-Pakistani-Bangladeshi markets. You will pass Orthodox Jews in those black hats, women in hijab, women in saris, dudes in track suits, neighbors calling across the street to each other, parents herding a gaggle of parka’d children toward the bus.”
What to do if you’re falling out of love with New York