Tag: New Years

Happy New Day

Posted by: in Editorials on December 30th

Come with me to the city of Acts. I want you to meet someone. We’ll take the subway down to the corner of 7th and 58th to a great deli. Cheesecake’s half a foot tall. After we push back from the deli counter, with full stomachs and empty plates, if you take a look out the window, you can see him.

Glitter and Goals

Posted by: in Uncategorized on December 23rd

I love New Year’s celebrations. Everything is so shiny, noisy, and exciting! It’s the one time of the year when it’s totally acceptable to bathe everything in glitter and confetti, hang from the rafters on brightly colored streamers, shoot off fireworks at indecent hours of the night, and run around making as much noise as possible with obnoxious little party horns—and everyone else is cool with it.

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