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I’ve been a dating writer for HowAboutWe.com for the past three years, but before that I served as Editor here at GuestofaGuest.com, where my job consisted of going to a lot of parties and dragging a lot of friends/dates/acquantances with me. It turns out, what makes an excellent Plus One isn’t so different from what makes a great date: attentiveness, a tolerance for small talk, and the ability to diffuse -- or at least, survive -- potential moments of awkwardness. Here are some tips on how to be the perfect guest of a guest (and they’ll make you a pretty great date, too). More»
We know we're still dealing with Hurricane Sandy's aftermath, but we just got wind of a Nor'Easter headed our way tomorrow. We've recently had the pleasure of meeting professional prepping consultants from National Geographic's Doomsday Preppers TV show, to find out what tools everyone should have to get through the next who-knows-what. MORE>>
The Olympic Ceremony is tonight and unfortunately not all of us will be making the journey to Europe to watch the events live. Luckily NBC will be broadcasting 17 straight days of around-the-clock Olympic coverage, so no one will miss the action. Here are some of the top places in NYC to watch the Olympics games this year. More»
Living an urban area shouldn't stop you from enjoying a traditional summer barbeque. There are plenty of trendy spots in NYC to grill up a prime streak, and plenty of top-of-the-line butchers to supply the meat. City-dwellers often overlook grilling their own food, and opt for restaurant dining instead. But if you're looking to mix it up, and give you're wallet a slight break, a self-grilled dinner will definitely hit the spot. So begin preparing your marinades, and get the tongs ready, because its about to be grill season in NYC! More»
Most you may believe you first encountered the 99% during the days of Occupy Wall Street (R.I.P.) but alas- this great country of ours has been completely full of weirdos for decades, and you 100% have come in contact with these misfits while traveling by train, plane, or automobile. Welcome to "Traveling With The 99%". MORE>>>
There are so many moments in our social life when "Hello" is really meant at "Goodbye" and "How are you doing?" really means "Why are you here?" Therefore, we decide to skip the harsh and abrasive phony fronts and just decide to dismiss the idea of dealing with the person at all. More»
WARNING: If you like to tan by using a sun bed, you may have to start admitting you have a problem. New studies show that the effects of tanning have the same effects on the brain as addictive substances such as drugs or alcohol. More»
It’s October! And that means something much more important than just pumpkins and candy… It’s also Breast Cancer Awareness month, and it’s time to think pink. This month, dozens of retailers are offering items that support various breast cancer charities such as Susan G. Komen for the Cure and Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. With so many items to choose from, click below for my top 10 favorite ways (almost all of which are under $100!) to treat yourself for supporting a worthy cause!
That's Layman, not Lehman.
We know our readers that have been holed up on Capitol Hill will skip this entry, but for our readers that have been acting like they know what's going on--you're welcome:
The U.S. Debt Ceiling is set at $14.294 trillion, which is the amount of debt the United States is allowed to carry to pay off bills. This is basically our country's credit card limit--except instead of credit cards, we issue bonds to citizens and institutions. We also borrow money from other countries, like China. China owns about one trillion dollars of our debt. How nice of them to spot us. More»
We're feeling the Monday blues pretty fiercely today; The World Cup is done, Fourth of July is done, and all of the sudden summer is halfway over. Soon it will be WINTER again! Before we get too despondent, lets take a look at some things we can still get excited about this summer. More»
Wednesday, June 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.