— Ken Coleman (via wellsaidblog)
Only 1 week left to see Thomas Demand’s “High Line” at 18th St and 10th Ave! Amazing visitor photo thanks to @leamour #HighLineBillboard (at High Line Billboard)
A cartoon by Benjamin Schwartz. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/1bPk22Z
We hate playing favorites. So when someone asks us what our favorite beer bars in New York are, we usually rattle off a bunch of places. But what are YOUR favorite places? Thanks to Foursquare, we’ve been able to put together a Top 10 List of our Foursquare fans’ most-visited beer bars in New York in the last 30 days. We’re calling it the Brew York Hot List, and we update it every month.
Want to have a say in these rankings? Just like our page on Foursquare and use the app to check-in when you’re out drinking some good beer. We won’t stalk you - the data we get is anonymous.
So, here it is… the top 10 beer bars visited by you, the readers of Brew York, this month:
The best part about cold nights? Spending them inside with a warming cocktail!
10 Things You Think About Too Often
by Marc Chernoff, Co-Founder, MarcAndAngel.com
Tin Fu housing estate, Hong Kong
today has been an AMAZING day
and I am 100% smiles!
lissawritingsworth asked: Hello! I recently found a major interest in Asian history and I've been looking for books on the topic. I've found a few good books on Chinese history, but I'm having a bit of difficultly finding history books for Japan, Korea, etc. Do you have any recommendations? I'm still looking for more history books on China, but if you have any recommendations for any book on Asian history, then I would love to know it. (If you have any fiction recs then I would be interested in those too) Thank you! ^_^
This is a MASSIVELY broad question. I tend not to answer those very well, so here goes: