"You'll pick me up? Pay for everything? Be outside in ten minutes."
It's hard to make the internet pay attention, but these young ladies managed to do it just by talking about brunch and Tinder.
A neighborhood now synonymous with youth, money, and cool used to be a stomping ground for New York gangsters.
A couple allegedly used their small pharmacies in Ridgewood, Queens and Greenpoint, Brooklyn, to dish out the drug on an historic scale.
I talked to the artist about his process, what his subjects were looking for, and the complexities of photographing gay men of color as a white heterosexual man.
The independent theater would like your help to keep screening the genre, art-house, and experimental films you can't find anywhere else.
Anthony Tafuro photographed the infamous FLEXN crew at a recent performance in their hometown as they contorted their bodies in all possible directions.
Arrest and summons data suggest where you live in the city has a lot to do with how likely you are to get hassled by cops for weed.
Hiroyuki Ito captures everything from Koko the Killer Clown at Coney Island to anonymous morning commuters on the Q train in his new photobook, 'Brooklyn.'
"They never built over Central Park, because a dragon lives there."
From Teklife to a digital arts collective, Anibal Luque has made a career out of helping DIY artists and alternative entrepreneurs navigate the often-complicated legal snags that come with starting a business.
A viral video of a furious caucasian shouting about "white fucking privilege" and calling other white people "white trash" is making everyone else's day better.
Eight longtime residents explain why the five boroughs make up the best city on the planet.
Adam Seymour is an artist, a published author, a Rentboy.com pinup, and an instructor in Taoist genital massage.
At 21 years old, DonMonique is making waves as one of the only rising female rappers in the male-dominated Brooklyn rap scene.
El Grito de Sunset Park makes it their business to monitor the police and make sure they don't commit acts of brutality in the heavily Hispanic neighborhood.
Violence in the NYC criminal landscape is increasingly dominated by small, neighborhood-based factions, though "super-gangs" like the Bloods and Crips linger.
Shocking to absolutely no one, the men didn't find anything.
A seven-inch piece of my hair was recently inducted into the one-of-a-kind crime exhibition New York artist Joe Coleman has spent much of his life assembling.
After fleeing her strict religious upbringing and an abusive past, Sara Erenthal is immersing herself in the New York art scene.
Call it spice, K2, spike, or Flamingo—by any name, it's the cheapest and most dangerous way to get high right now.
Greg Mackay decided to describe it so the rest of the world can understand it. Now you can all know Brooklyn.
Heroin is like Aladdin's lamp: it will make you think that your wishes are coming true, that you are in control of your life.
The Appropriate Behavior director thinks being bisexual is like having a superpower, and she's using hers to make astute comedy about the difference between the sexes.