Hey, guys. I recently ranted in Time Out about the scourge of hugging overtaking NYC. Don’t get me wrong: Hugs are nice. It’s just, we’ve gotten a little loosey-goosey with them. There’s a time for hugging and a time for kissing, and I don’t personally think we’re doing enough of the latter. Head on over here on for my completely nonscientific breakdown!
Over at Time Out, I’m ranting (again), this time about people who claim a spot by the subway doors and REFUSE TO MOVE. You’re better than that, New York. MOVE THE HELL IN.
Over at Time Out New York, I rant about why 2016 was a no-good garbage year. (Okay, I’m an optimist, and there was a lot that was actually good. But man oh man, 2017, COME AT US ALREADY.)
credit: Danielle Levitt
Here she opens up about Donald Trump, here we talk about lots of stuff, including her new show, Divorce, and there, in that photo, I try not to faint because I am standing in the presence of greatness.
I went looking for the answer on Time Out New York! See what I found here!
I’m late to post this but wanted to let you know that the last Sunday of every month, I now have the pleasure of sitting down with the delightful team over at NBC4 for the local New York show Weekend Today in New York, where I share Time Out New York’s picks for the coming month. (That up there is the lovely Gus Rosendale! Who I coincidentally went to high school with!)
So set your alarm—I’ll see you bright and early on Sunday, March 27, telling you all about the best stuff to do in the city for April. You can check out last month’s segment here. (And if you have a time machine, go do all this stuff, because it’s great.)
And if you can’t get up early, I’ll post the link from the web so you don’t miss a thing.