I recently emailed several complaints to the MTA (also from my phone after the B48 bus just didn't show up for a scheduled time ... several times ... ) - I was pleasantly surprised that I (1) got a response and that (2) bus service seemed to improve and be on schedule after that. I kind of thought I was just doing a public service that would probably result in nothing, maybe it was just a coincidence or maybe they really did listen.
Whoa. That link to the vegetarian options leads to a secure page.
I recently tried to make a complaint to the MTA after several days of observing rats on the subway platform (one actually running in between people's legs during the evening rush hour!) at the Grand Army Plaza station in Brooklyn. 311 sent me to 511, which gave me many alternative numbers to "press", none of which were appropriate. I finally gave up and made an on-line complaint the next day. Several hours later I got two very lengthy faq emails, describing in great detail all of the City's trials and tribulations in dealing with the rodent problem. I quit reading after the third or fourth paragraph, because no where did I see anything saying any action would be taken specific to my complaint.
Any chance you could highlight '30 great artists under 8'?
Many restaurant owners see food trucks as a threat, which all humans are creatures of habit so it is understandable. But what they are failing to realize is that they are wasting precious time trying to fight the food trucks instead of working with them. Restaurant owners (especially those that serve alcohol and killer seating areas) could partner with 1-2 food trucks one night out the week and offer the community something that they cannot get anywhere else.
For example, they could advertise a "special" of 1 food truck item and 1 beverage for a price customers cannot refuse-$10 bucks; it would be even better if some type of entertainment or theme for that night could also be implemented. This results in a win-win for both parties and allows the restaurant/food trucks to increase revenue all around.
Due to the "gourmet food truck" industry's recent expansion, some areas are still transitioning and food trucks are being punished. As a result these areas do not offer a ready-made plan for new and existing food truck operators to navigate the permit-licensing process and end up with tickets (the short end of the stick). It is very important to do your due diligence before opening a food truck in any area.
ii miss flying pigeon so much that i get so so sick about it.
wonderful! now i wonder if you can file a complaint with the NYPD.
Unfortunately, all hipsters are followers, not creators. That's why you cannot claim Burroughs, Basquiat, and many others under this term.
Maybe the writer isn't old enough, but I'd guess KO's costuming follows Mick Jagger's use of costuming from the Rich top hat statesman parody to Mr. America to court jester to disco man to Jamaican tribal chief and so on.
Political correctness dictates that we let all of these ignorant third-worlders in and this is what always happens. Because they are uneducated and stupid, and breed like flies, which causes then to live in tight clusters in high-density areas like cities, disease outbreaks are common and spread to the rest of us. Our own kids are at risk b/c p.c. rules say that immigration has to continue - yes, even for those who believe in silly, bronze-aged myths over science.
They should have learned. Human After All was full of tracks that were poison on the dancefloor, when viewed alone. And they definitely didn't follow that up with the best live show of all time or anything.
Proper club bangers? Jesus Christ. Aren't there already enough of those out there?
Is Benny for sale? I will give you $400.00 Cash!!!
I heard they have a square couch!
What a stylish couple -- such great taste!
Enjoy TInder Douche! http://tinderdouche.tumblr.com/ to see all those amazing guys here in the city from two badass Brooklyn gals. Cheers!
How bout no with the spoilers in the title?
OMG, VINNY, RU DTF?
I love everything you write, Kristin, but this article needs to be inspected for typos.
A home is a man's castle, n'est-ce pas? Lol
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