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ClassPass staffer says “bros” should stalk, hit on sweaty women during its exercise classes

What’s the best way to garner attention for one of New York’s hottest women-led startups? Raise $40 million in investment funding? Acquire a competitor? Have your founder featured in an Inc. piece on how dancing helps her get through the work week? No. None of the above quite does the trick. At least that’s how [...]

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Millennials are finally buying homes, as Winklevii-backed TripleMint relaunches to help

In two days I’ve talked to two startups that emphasized the idea of “owning every step of the process” or “owning the process from end to end.” The first was New York chef David Chang’s food delivery startup Maple, which launched yesterday to handle preparation, packaging, ordering, and delivering of meals in a way only a [...]

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NYC’s king of milk and noodles, David Chang, launches his own food startup: Maple

When I first heard of David Chang, it was in one of those hilarious New York Times trend pieces. This one was about how marijuana use had shaped fine dining in the five boroughs and beyond, giving rise to what the writer cleverly coined as “haute stoner cuisine.” You mean to say that people in the restaurant [...]

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Uber brings its food delivery service to New York despite increasing competition

Uber has brought its food delivery service to parts of Manhattan, and it’s promising to deliver lunches within 10 minutes of the order being placed. The service was previously available in Los Angeles and Barcelona. It’s currently limited to a small portion of Manhattan, but Uber says in the announcement that it plans to expand [...]

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Watch This: Mysteryland reveals new trailer

Dancing Astronaut – EDM, trap, techno, deep house, dubstep Landing in New York last year, Mysterland‘s arrival brought one of Europe’s most well-renowned festivals to North American soil. With Kygo, Dillon Francis, Madeon, Claptone, Maya Jane Coles, and many others slated to perform, 2015′s iteration of the festival arrives in Bethel Woods on May 23rd and 24th. [...]

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NoMad Playing Cards

Inspired by architectural elements of New York City’s NoMad Hotel, these gorgeous bespoke playing cards from Theory11 have a distressed look, and intricate line-art jokers. Each box is gold embossed and has a State of New York seal. Link Price: $10 Continue Reading from the Source

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Stunning elevator ride up One World Trade Center shows 515 years of NYC

Beautiful. Breathtaking. Tragic. Saddening. Historic. The new One World Trade Center’s observatory has elevators that display a 515-year visual timeline of New York City’s skyline and it’s an incredible view. Like if you were in a glass elevator and watching history unfold right before your eyes. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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New York police detective berates apologetic Uber driver

Filed under: Green, Videos, Police/Emergency A New York City police detective was caught on video berating an Uber driver for allegedly committing a minor traffic squabble. Warning: explicit language in the video. Continue reading New York police detective berates apologetic Uber driver New York police detective berates apologetic Uber driver originally appeared on Autoblog on [...]

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Why New York’s Expensive Real Estate Is Going Crazy

Traditionally, space in skyscrapers has been the preserve of too-big-to-fail corporations and law firms with triple-barrelled names. But, as you probably realize if you’ve taken a turn round Central Park lately, the latest and greatest supertalls don’t house hedge funds — they house a different kind of wealth altogether. Read more… Continue Reading from the [...]

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How speed limits get set

Filed under: Government/Legal, Read This, Safety FiveThirtyEight takes a look at how speed limits are set, and wonders whether a better system of setting speed limits and shepherding traffic safety could lead to fewer road deaths. Continue reading How speed limits get set How speed limits get set originally appeared on Autoblog on Sat, 14 [...]

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2016 Mitsubishi Outlander confirmed for New York debut

Filed under: Design/Style, 2015 Chicago Auto Show, New York Auto Show, Mitsubishi, United States, SUV, Concept Cars While detailing the Concept GC-PHEV at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show, Mitsubishi confirms that it is debuting the refreshed 2016 Outlander at the 2015 New York Auto Show in April. Continue reading 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander confirmed for New [...]

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Tinder Is Dead

Last Monday, on the night of the blizzard that talked a big talk but then never came, I was batting around an idea, one of many that had to do with the dating app Tinder, with my colleague Sam. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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Nissan releases official Maxima images following Super Bowl ad [w/video]

Filed under: Marketing/Advertising, Videos, Nissan, Sedan Nissan has followed up on its impressive Super Bowl showing with official images of the new Maxima sedan, slated to arrive at the 2015 New York Auto Show. Continue reading Nissan releases official Maxima images following Super Bowl ad [w/video] Nissan releases official Maxima images following Super Bowl ad [...]

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Twinning: The Winklevoss brothers reveal plans for a regulated Bitcoin exchange dubbed Gemini

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: the Winklevoss twins have a brilliant idea and they’ve hired some smart-as-hell programmers to help build it for them. The good news is, this latest idea is about as far from the college social network Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss famously “invented” while at Harvard. That said, it stands [...]

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