Who is that big Amazon hooping girl? She is such a scene killer with 1997 Angel Wings. So not a Bike Killa. It's actually funny!
Whoever wrote this article is plain stupid and arrogant. Speak for yourself or the L staff. These 25 individuals are indeed smarter than the L staff and their families. How many people were assessed before publishing such a title. The entire world is not contained within a small community. These individuals do not even come close to the smartest kids all over the world you punk. Whoever is stupid enough to purchase such a trashy magazine for $5.99.
I've taken the Morningside Writer's Workshop. I don't recommend it.
I love Hope and Anchor. It is fun to see someone sing a recent hit and their kids do a song by the Rolling Stones. Everybody gets a chance to sing at Hope and Anchor.
I feel like the hippest cat in Gotham this morning. The L Magazine just published the Bar Issue and they got it right! Bravo! The first watering hole mentioned is where I was on Friday, THREE JOLLY PIGEONS. The people at the bar were so happy to see the a copy of the issue last night. On Saturday I went to another awesome bar mentioned in the article, FREDDY'S.
Then I open the "always wrong on everything" Village Voice and they recommend Tanoreen in Bay Ridge for Middle Eastern cuisine. Correct! They actually got one right. http://www.villagevoice.com/restaurants
Gartenfeld's got a typo in his first paragraph of the art in america gig. just sayin'.
Hey Robert -
Thanks for generating this list. I was surprised that you did not mention the YMCA, especially since there are so many locations in the boroughs. It is a family-friendly place that is also welcoming of all fitness levels. There are a ton of classes and many of the branches have swimming pools.
Also: for the entire month of January, new members wave the membership fee. The Y branches also have different partners - e.g. certain places of employment and health insurance companies - through which members receive nice discounts on their monthly payments. By being a member of the Park Slope Food Coop, I get a 20% discount.
Is Lea Michelle a fake name? Sounds like it, no?
Robert is turning 18(NOT 19) years old.
Check the lineup! Don Hill's knows how to reinvent themselves...it's the new home of great monthly Reggae parties and Live shows in the Village--totally conscious vibes! After a recent renovation it features one of the best sound systems in NYC bar none and the drinks come in at a great price by Manhattan standards!
Make a clock sounds really cool.
A great gift!
-- Josh, Washington, D.C.
The Make a clock kit from Star Magic is @
If you jealous dumbasses hate The L Magazine so much, why the fuck are you even on this site reading this?! Grow up!
F^CK Y0U L magazine the idea of an underground party is to keep it underground noT to publish it! great job you idiots, morons, imbeciles...now all those m0ther f^ckIng euro tra$h toursits that find their way to Beacons Closet will be showing up at Rubulad and the police will have that place shut down 5 sec after it opens. I think instead... Rubulad should just shut their doors forever and not let anyone in ever! except L mag editors who let this publish so they can choke on a plate of macaroni and fall down a big set of stairs!
Thanks for being another contribution to nyc sucking 110Xmore
lit lounge and dj jess, trash and nicky digital. rinse and repeat. Next year the reporter might want to get out of the LES and take a look around the rest of New York. There are plenty of other dank basements where hipsters are dying slowly to blow and The Smiths.
this is the worst piece of shit- maybe if you retards ever left "lit lounge" youd see that there are about nine million more things going on in nyc. stop doing blow and fucking jager-wasted pat benetar dreamers.
Oh, they deserve. YOU just don't deserve.
same people and places over and over. and not because they deserve. there is so much going on... and it doesnt just happen at lit lounge and with those associated with the space. how incestual. how sad...
What a handsome man!
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