Living in Hartford, I still see art and music, and I get to live in a city, and my rent is about one third of what I would pay for an equivalent apartment in Brooklyn.
Bags seem to be the splurge of choice, followed by shoes.
The outcry about The New Republic has all but drowned out the indignant squeals from lovers of Cat Fancy (RIP).
I got new weightlifting shoes, $220. One shoe says, “go forth and…” and the other shoe says, “…dominate”
I’m having a hard time concentrating on anything besides the sorry state of our criminal justice system.
We will all do what’s necessary for connectivity: lie, cheat, steal, risk our necks, buy coffee we don’t need, deal with neighbors we don’t like.
If someone is holding a very sharp implement against your skin, that’s not a time to act like you’re in a flea market.
Now that millions of more Americans routinely attend college, we’ve realized we can recreate some of the best parts of it and keep them going indefinitely. Why not?