NYC's Thriving Bike Life Scene Is a Brotherhood Bound by Popping Wheelies
"It's a bunch of kids, a bunch of adults. You got MTA employees, Crips and Bloods and Latin Kings that ride together. It's brotherhood.”
Blink Fitness Members Are Just Realizing Their Gym Is Owned by a Trump Donor
Blink is a spinoff of Equinox, which became controversial when people realized its owner, Stephen Ross, was a major Trump backer.
Take My Cash, You Discriminatory Corporate Buffoons
'We don't take cash' is another way to say 'No broke people allowed.'
Silicon Valley's Apology Tour Serves the Rich and Powerful
Big tech executives get another moment in the spotlight when they join the Oopsie Circuit.
Oh Great, Rachel Dolezal Is Selling Wrapping Paper With Her Face on It
Among other items, also featuring her face.
Actually, Vegan Ice Cream Is Just as Good as the Dairy Kind
Why does approval of this seemingly benign genre of dessert evoke such a passionately negative response?
Actually, NY-Style Deli Sandwiches Are Too Goddamn Huge
I'm gonna fill you in on a sandwich hack that will change your life (and the way you eat pastrami).
sorry to disrupt
I Tried to Replace My Laptop with My Phone and a $20 Bluetooth Keyboard
As my aging MacBook circles the drain, I wonder: have I overestimated my computing needs?
Which Fast Food Chain Makes the Best Hot Sauce?
A comprehensive review of the genre.
Whopper Sacrifice 2.0
How Burger King Can Fight InfoWars on Facebook
In 2009 the Whopper Sacrifice app encouraged people to unfriend people on Facebook in exchange for delicious burgers. It's time to bring it back.
Our Brains Are Being Overloaded With Push Notifications About Nothing
As social media vies for our attention, networks have begun sending us notifications that have nothing to do with our activity on the site.
If iPhone Moves to USB-C, We Must Embrace One Last Dongle
Apple is rumored to be mulling a switch from Lightning ports to USB-C. It would mean more people will have to use a dongle in the short term, but it'd be for the best.