Anna Sorokin lied to New York’s high society, defrauding them out of $200,000. Yes, she’s in jail, but maybe it was worth it?
Members of the far-right “Proud Boys” clashed with demonstrators, culminating in a savage beating. The NYPD arrived and did nothing. Now New Yorkers are wondering why.
One New York butcher has decided to help drunks out, creating a vending machine that dispenses meat in the small hours. Japan laughs at you, very sensibly.
Wall Street’s Fearless Girl statue is generating Internet talk, with one particular artist calling for its removal. I agreed with his comments and was excoriated. Why?
Monday, bloody Monday. What happened while you were asleep? The Federal Court halted Trump’s Muslim ban, Pauline shared what she’d do as PM and New York City cleaned up her act.
The attack in New York was deliberate, but it wasn’t Terrorism. We knew little else, so the Twittersphere just filled in the gaps.
Feminist, activist, writer, poet, dramatist, raconteur extraordinaire. Get familiar with the peerless Dorothy Parker.
Need a career change? TBS has discovered an Industry where showing up and doing as little as possible is the only prerequisite.
Yalei Wang’s experience in the “tough, unforgiving and always real” city of New York is the focus in the second of our bi-monthly “TBS Travelogues.”