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Everything You Need to Know About Kanye West’s Yeezy Season Show at New York Fashion Week

Before we even get started, let’s relive this moment when Kanye West was asked if he was venturing into the fashion industry after landing in New York on Monday… LOL! OK, now we can…


Better(ish) Living With Roommates

by Megan Reynolds I have only lived alone once, and it was not by choice. When I was a senior in college, my boyfriend broke up with me over the phone from San Diego, saddling me with a lovely studio apartment with an eat-in kitchen, lots of sun, and a rent payment that I couldn’t really afford. I paid my rent using a loan that I am still most likely paying off, and spent a lot of that long winter marooned on my bed eating frozen grapes and watching theRead More


Limericks For Lost Online Dates

by Jen Winston His profile was love at first sight We both liked The Onion—–my knight! But I dropped my phone And then he was gone And so was my chance to swipe right Who cares if I really hate sports And for work, he writes “baseball reports”? It’s only one date I mean, this could be fate! Nope, nevermind, he’s the worst This is a bad conversation “When will Seinfeld end syndication?” I don’t know the answer But know you are a cancer And I much prefer masturbation HisRead More


Animal Surprise: The One Blue Pussy

by Natalie Eve Garrett When his mother, Julia Warhola—an artist herself and one of history’s unsung champions behind creative icons—found out about her son’s destitute conditions in 1952, she boarded a bus from Pittsburgh to New York and moved into Andy’s tiny apartment on East 75th Street, intent on taking care of him and helping him get by. The two shared a love of cats so strong that their squalid home was populated by a multitude of felines, all but one named Sam. Natalie Eve Garrett is an artist andRead More


Mean Emojis: Coming Soon to a Phone Near You

by Gabrielle Noone Gabby Noone is a writer and student majoring in The Cheesecake Factory menu. She lives in New York. 2 Comments


(Sugar) Baby’s First Date

by Charlotte O’Dair On a recent Wednesday, my friend Annie1 went on her first date with a man she met through SeekingArrangement.com, the self-proclaimed “leading Sugar Daddy dating site.” Annie, a “Sugar Baby,” has been looking for what the site calls a “mutually beneficial relationship.” In exchange for companionship, the perks for Sugar Babies can include “financial stability,” “experienced men,” and being “pampered.” A day after her date with a Sugar Daddy, she told me about her experience. James2 was one of the first people I talked to on SeekingArrangement.Read More


Controversial Opinions Post

by Haley Mlotek I have this ~controversial~ opinion—you probably already know what it is since I will absolutely never shut up about it—that the best fashion writing almost never comes from fashion writers, and only very rarely from traditional mainstream fashion publications. The fashion writing I’m interested in happens, I guess, on the margins of other topics: class, gender, race, labor, wealth, politics, film. That’s where writers often let down their “no clothes are dumb gross why would I write about clothes” guards and share something personal, or meaningful, orRead More


10 Broadway Shows to See This Season

We’re halfway through Broadway’s 2014–15 season, which means that a lot of shows will soon be closing to make way for exciting new productions. In the coming months, more celebrities will grace New York’s stages, while Briti…


Communing With Carson

by Monika Zaleska Carson McCullers found me during my loneliest year. An ingénue-writer, at twenty-three she blew New York away with The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, her story about a little Southern town, a girl named Mick, and a deaf man named John Singer. Literary fame followed, then divorce, illness, and early death. She had a series of strokes throughout her adult life that left her partially paralyzed; the last one led to her passing at age fifty. McCullers spent much of her adult life “in recovery” nursing aRead More


Sweet Dee

by Michelle Markowitz The first time I met my best friend Dee I remember thinking to myself, “She will be mine. Oh yes. She will be mine.” I usually like to, as the men of my generation say, “just see what happens and let things evolve organically” in terms of my female friendships, but there was something about Dee that made me think to myself, “Let’s do this, Markowitz. This needs to happen.” We met in a college theatre class where we were two of only four students, and bondedRead More


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