Category Archives: NYC

July 29

People Are Monsters. Or am I?

…it turns out there’s light at the end of the tunnel – that isn’t always attached to a train.

September 29

Jaded Brooklyn offers glimmer of hope

It’s a vibrant love song to the history of the neighborhood…

September 11

Remembering, today and all days

We have only to get up, dust off and surge ahead, no matter what goes bump in the night.

August 28

Symbolism, superstition, or how adhesives let me down

That one piece in the middle holds a particular space in my consciousness, as it may for many other people.

May 18

I love you, New York. But my car has had enough

In the 16 years or so I’ve lived in NYC. This is the worst thing that’s happened to me.

May 17

You Smell Like Death

Well, maybe you don’t now. But you could.

October 31

Whoever you are, I am plotting your death

Yes, I know this is NYC. But it isn’t quite true, you know? This city DOES sleep.

consumer psychology research

The average American is inundated with between 3000 and 5000 advertising messages per day in various forms.

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Mathew Lyons

WRITER & HISTORIAN

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The Musings of a Disgruntled Haradrim . . .

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...and other fascinations

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a feminist writes, rants, remembers