Monthly Archives: November 2010
The One of a Kind Show, opening last Thursday and continuing over two weekends, is a different kind of gift fair: unlike the wares at the Grand Central or Union Square holiday markets, these goods are all—as one might guess—unique. Continue reading
“Not limited to the NYC subway system”… that is at least one conclusion we can draw so far from this survey (not that we couldn’t have guessed that before). Continue reading
Saggy Pants, originally a private boarding school style inspired by economist Adam Smith to raise underwear sales, has invoked the anger of many inner city parents as the trend has spawned imitators from Newark to Los Angeles. 57% of those … Continue reading
The survey results are finally in! Continue reading
The survey results are in but answers are still at large. As of November 12, slow walkers are still underrepresented in the survey, making up only two of the 14 responses. This raises the question of whether there are simply … Continue reading
The long-awaited results of our New York City food laws survey. Continue reading
Regardless of the endless jokes and overcooked vegetables, it seems the myth of mothers in law as a matriarchal dragon may be just that, a myth! As the results of the survey come in the vast majority of participants have … Continue reading
The results are in: 25 people responded to the “babies in bars” conundrum starting October 16. And from the looks of it, 16 respondents didn’t seem to care if parents brought their kids into a bar. That’s far more than … Continue reading
The bedbug results are in.
As of November 12th, only 2 of the 19 survey responders actually had a bedbug infestation in their own homes. Both of them were in Brooklyn and both were in the past 6 months.
About 3/4 of the those who did not have bugs themselves, knew someone who has and 40% say that this has affected the way they socialize with them.