New York Post Articles About Quentin Tarantino Spike by Infinity Percent

Andy Cush · 11/04/15 04:30PM

Last week was all about Quentin Tarantino at the New York Post—with the number of articles about the Pulp Fiction director skyrocketing literally infinitely over the last year. After the staggering increase, New Yorkers of a certain age can’t help but be reminded of the last time it seemed like the maverick director appeared in the tabloid this regularly.

New York City Bans Sales of Sketchy Synthetic Marijuana, Better Known as K2

Jay Hathaway · 10/21/15 11:00AM

NYC mayor Bil De Blasio signed a trio of bills Tuesday that outlaw the sale of synthetic weed, commonly known as K2. It’s basically a plant sprayed with chemicals, then packaged and sold in bodegas as “incense” or “potpourri” that’s “not for human consumption.” The exact mix of synthetic cannabinoids varies from brand to brand, and changes often to get around states’ controlled substance lists.

Specter Detector: Courting the Empire State Building's Prettiest Ghost

Kelly Conaboy · 09/25/15 01:40PM

“Have you ever seen a ghost up here?” I asked one of the men guarding the 86th floor observation deck of the Empire State Building. It was 1:30 a.m., the air was crisp, and the city’s lights were doing little to break the darkness—the perfect setting for a ghost story.

Bedbugs Have Infested My Brain

Rich Juzwiak · 09/25/15 09:10AM

Last week, I took cover when I spotted what turned out to be a feather fluttering down from a locker to my gym’s floor. At home, my eye caught a loose thread swaying on a cloth bag in one of my cabinets, and I flinched. A green pepper seed stuck to a FedEx envelope on my coffee table turned my stomach. I freaked out as a drop of water ran down my chest. I was cooking dinner the other night and I realized that I did not like the way that the flame on my one burner was dancing. I did not like it one bit.

Brendan O'Connor · 08/22/15 01:25PM

“He painted intricate murals in the stairwells, crafted sculptures out of concrete and transformed trash containers into artistic statements. All but one of the paintings have since been removed or entombed within the walls of the development, now that the building is nearly complete.”

Manhattan Bar Owner Says She Was Terrorized By Shithead Taylor Swift Fanatics

Jordan Sargent · 08/11/15 07:15PM

Today, Denyse Santoro, an owner of the East Village wine bar & tapas restaurant Ballaró, sent an email to its neighbors explaining why they woke up on Monday morning to find “WE DO NOT PLAY TAYLOR SWIFT HERE YOU CUNTS GRAZIE” scrawled in chalk on the sidewalk outside the bar.