NEW YORKERS & NOMADS

Remaining Connected Through the Pandemic: Queers for a Cause
16Mar

Remaining Connected Through the Pandemic: Queers for a Cause

Queers for a Cause, a fundraising organization based in New York, New York, is rooted in pride, community, and queer creation. Dana Perkiss and Tori LaFon premised the organization on inclusivity and a platform for queer voices.

New Year, New City: Everything You Need to Know About Covid-19 and Rent Before You Move to NYC
28Dec

New Year, New City: Everything You Need to Know About Covid-19 and Rent Before You Move to NYC

If you’re a nomad looking to start 2021 in New York City, here’s everything you need to know about Covid-19 and rent before you move.

Love in the Time of Corona: Part IV — “Let’s Fucking Date” Contestant Ben Maurey Tells All (Plus Quarantine Dating DO’s and DON’Ts!)
01Oct

Love in the Time of Corona: Part IV — “Let’s Fucking Date” Contestant Ben Maurey Tells All (Plus Quarantine Dating DO’s and DON’Ts!)

While we know it’s incredibly empowering (not to mention cost-effective and fun) to host your own dating show, what is it like to be a contestant on Serena Kerrigan’s Let’s Fucking Date (LFD)? Ben Maurey Tells All (Plus Quarantine Dating DO’s and DON’Ts!).

Love in the Time of Corona: Part III — “Let’s Fucking Date” Creator Serena Kerrigan on Reinventing Online Dating During the Pandemic and Cultivating Self-Confidence
30Sep

Love in the Time of Corona: Part III — “Let’s Fucking Date” Creator Serena Kerrigan on Reinventing Online Dating During the Pandemic and Cultivating Self-Confidence

If anyone knows how to navigate the minefield that is pandemic dating, it’s “Let’s Fucking Date” producer Serena Fucking Kerrigan (aka “SFK, the Queen of Confidence”).

Love in the Time of Corona: Part II — Hinge Podcast Co-Host Jonah Feingold on Pandemic Dating and His New Film “Dating And New York”
19Sep

Love in the Time of Corona: Part II — Hinge Podcast Co-Host Jonah Feingold on Pandemic Dating and His New Film “Dating And New York”

Jonah Feingold, filmmaker and co-host of Hinge’s podcast “Dating Sucks” tells us what it’s like to date during the pandemic, and how it feels to produce a rom-com about dating in New York City pre-pandemic.

Love in the Time of Corona: Part I — I Started a Social Experiment on Hinge, Then I was Banned for Life. Here’s What I Learned
13Sep

Love in the Time of Corona: Part I — I Started a Social Experiment on Hinge, Then I was Banned for Life. Here’s What I Learned

Is it possible to find love in the time of corona? Here we are, nearly six months deep into quarantine, and the most “realistic” advice that top medical professionals can give us for navigating COVID-era intimacy is to wear a mask and avoid kissing at all costs (no, really). I got on Hinge and asked the sweet users of the greater San Francisco Bay Area and New York City what they were looking for during this time, and whether or not they were finding it.

My First Love: New York City Edition
07Sep

My First Love: New York City Edition

The shimmering, bright lights. The billboards spread across 42nd and Broadway. The pathway leading through nature in the park. The thousands of shops to glance through. This is New York City. This is the city I have been in love with since I was eight years old.

These are the Top 10 Random Things I Miss About The Big Apple
01Sep

These are the Top 10 Random Things I Miss About The Big Apple

Are you a New Yorker who is currently spending quarantine being a #backhomeballer and enjoying your mom’s endless Costco runs and pick-up laundry service? Or did you escape the city because your roommates are psycho and you needed something even close to resembling greenspace because the fire escape just doesn’t cut it? Well, even with these simple luxuries, you probably have your fair share of things you miss about everyday life in NYC. These are the top 10 random things that I miss about living in The Big Apple.

NYC School Reopening: Facing the Challenge Ahead
25Aug

NYC School Reopening: Facing the Challenge Ahead

In recent weeks, college students across the country have returned to campus under strict guidelines. With worries of a second wave coming soon, sending younger kids back into their classrooms sparks concern among parents.