Pooper Scooper–A Law Needed for People

I stoop down on the sidewalk, wearing a blue plastic bag over my hand like a sock puppet. Using it like a glove, I close my fingers around the squishy, warm dog poo. So my morning begins. Poop-scooping is the law in New York City. (It’s also clear proof city people love their dogs more […]


Brooklyn & The Moore’s Law of Hipness

“I just couldn’t stand 646 anymore.” The woman boarded my elevator mid-conversation. She appeared to be roughly 26 and was talking about her area code. That irritated me. Also, I was leaving my dentist. “I had to have a 718,” she finished. “What about 917?” the man with her appeared to be going out to […]