You want a couch in New York? Fuhgetaboutit!
Life isn’t all cityscapes and brunch dates.
Welcome to the land of excessive rainfall.
The less obvious best parts of living in New York.
On the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, people across the country paid respects to those who were lost.
Here’s your next step.
Moving is awful.
The city you love to hate and learn to love.
We’re not in Kansas anymore.
You certainly aren’t in Kansas anymore.
Whether you’re heading around the corner or across the globe, one thing’s for sure: You own way more solo socks than you ever could have imagined.
“I’ve been thinking how horrible it must have been, the final moments of their lives, when they know the plane was going down,” Frans Timmermans said.
“Please provide a permanent address.” *Cue panic attack*
“Lovers Shirts” is just what it sounds like: a photo project where women pose in their former lovers’ shirts as a part of self-reflection.
See ya, suckers.
But like, where do boxes come from?
An actual ad on an actual New York City subway. Specifically the F Train into Brooklyn. Of course.
Plus the secret that helped one celeb trainer lose 30 pounds without going to extremes, 21 pics of people being weirdos on public transportation, and 10 tips to avoid major moving mistakes.
Concrete jungle where dreams are made of? Not so much. (2:01)
“East Awesometown” = actually West Murderville.
When I was a kid my parents moved a lot, but I always found them.
The faster you move, the faster you can have pizza.
♫ When it’s time for leavin’, I hope you’ll understand that I was born a ramblin’ man… ♫
If you have preconceived notions about Texans and tolerance, Dale Hansen — a sportscaster for ABC’s Dallas affiliate WFAA — might surprise you with his thoughts on Michael Sam. Someone give this man a raise.
So everything, basically.
The question “Where are you from?” is the bane of your existence.
Congratulations! You get to live in a house you actually own! BUT ONLY IF YOU SURVIVE THE PROCESS.
Because beauty comes in all different shapes and sizes.
“Where are you from?” is an innocent enough question. But for someone who’s spent her whole life bouncing from place to place — and sometimes, without any home to speak of at all — it only leads to more questions.