Here’s an Improv Everywhere/ESPN collabo I worked on. See if you can spot my cameo.
Entries Tagged as 'Manhattan'
Werk. Gowanus basements FTW. Boston by train. New Deitch.
After missing last year’s parade by minutes, Berg and I made sure we were there bright and early this year so we could see it all. I don’t know if you’ve heard, but New York passed a pretty big law the other day. Fun fact: this now doubles the amount of Americans living in states […]
The High Line recently opened up an extended section. My friend Alex and I headed over to check it out. Friendswithyou
August 25th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Manhattan, Upper West Side
My year in New York was wonderful. Unforgettable. Life-changing, etc. But we all knew that was how it would go. This post is not to reminisce on New York, but to explain my drought in blog posts with a story. I was robbed on my last night in New York City. I left the house […]
July 7th, 2010 · Comments Off on Heat Wave · Manhattan, Photos, Upper West Side
In case you haven’t heard, it’s really hot in New York City. Two 100-degree days in a row now. All this week, the hydrant has been gushing on my block. Today after my run, I jumped in. I checked “play in an open fire hydrant during a hot summer day” off my NYC to-do list.
June 9th, 2010 · Comments Off on "Truth to Power" · Journalism, Manhattan, Multimedia
If I had to name the piece of work that I am most proud of from my time at Columbia, I would tell you without a doubt that it was “Truth to Power.” Actually, hypotheticals aside, “Truth to Power” is my proudest moment from my time at Columbia. My partner, Evan Wexler and I, were […]
May 19th, 2010 · 4 Comments · Journalism, Manhattan
It’s official. I’m a Master. Photo courtesy of Alex Berg.
So it’s official. I’m done with J-school. Mom and Dad got in to the city and we’ve been hanging out and seeing some sights. We took the cruise out to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island on Sunday. My sister, Clare, is finishing up finals at Cornell, so they scrambled to figure out their […]