Haha. This is everybody’s battle with late-night microwaving. I don’t understand why there isn’t an option to silence the beeping.
I actually own Matthew O’Brien’s book Beneath the Neon: Life and Death in the Tunnels of Las Vegas but have never had a chance to sit down and read it. People living in tunnels has always interested me and maybe this video here is the kick I need to add this book to this year’s reading list.
TARS and CASE are some of my favorite film robots of all time.
This concert was amazing. The opening act was Judah and the Lion, a band I had never heard of before, but they really kicked off the concert right with high energy and a great cover of several ’90s hits. Parachute was also there and while they put on a great show as well, I wasn’t feeling the music really, so on to Mat Kearney. Wow. he started his set with a ton of old songs which really got the crowd hyped before he entered into songs from his latest album Just Kids.
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This is from the building adjacent to 121 2nd Avenue.
This guy is a true hero. The New York Times also profiled him a day after he helped a woman get down from the burning building.