We’re not in Kansas (or Queens) Anymore.

    Outside my window stands a four-story brick building. Its presence is unforgiving; tagged with graffiti, the indistinguishable scribbles of black spray paint spread across the framework. Large glass panes outline the loft spaces inside and smokers can be seen standing at them, conversing and flicking ashes that float down to the street. The... Continue Reading →

Big Apple, Big Blisters.

Take the Metro North to Grand Central Station. From there take the 4-5-6 subway to 14th ST-Union Square. Walk up the stairs facing the backs of hundreds, and feel the swarm of New York City punch you in the gut. The air is thick with the aroma of hot dogs, gyros, pretzels, and anxiety. Oh,... Continue Reading →

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