New York has become an overpriced, creativity-stifling, bourgeoisie city. Times Square, on the other hand, remains beautifully full of chain restaurants and street vendors. It might be the only honest part of Manhattan left.
Temple Bar is depressing circus of drunk tourists puking up five pound pints.
Interstate 10’s most controversial endangered animal is a 14-year-old Bengal tiger named Tony. Last week, Governor Bobby Jindal signed a bill exempting Tony from the state’s exotic cat ban. It’s the end of a fight that’s dragged on for years.
For the low, low price of $5, you can wander through the oblivion that is Valle, Arizona’s Bedrock City. And you should.