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I sat down with The Blue Light Speak Cheesy creator, Andy, to learn how grilled cheese sandwiches became her specialty and how to successfully make one at home. As Andy puts it, if you have “amazing bread, amazing cheese and a lot of love then you’re good.” After grounding me in her philosophy, Andy showed me how to make a sandwich step-by-step and then put me to the test with these tricks.
Couples who brave long NYC commutes for love By Alyssa Pry Special to amNY.com January 30, 2017 Dating is hard enough in New York City. Finding a partner can be an epic game of swiping and scrolling, hoping for the right-swipe or spontaneous run-in that will save you from awkward bar talk. But once […]
Trevor Noah says, “One of the best things I ever learned was boxing. My trainer kept drilling into me: ‘Understand that I’m going to hit you in the face. You can’t get angry about it because then you’ll stop thinking rationally. I’m not trying to hurt you; I’m trying to win.’ It’s a fantastic mind […]
I remember one time I sat alone with my maternal grandmother and asked her who was the great love of her life. She told me she doesn’t have one. I pressed for more information, and she explained that there were men she thought were the great loves of her life in the moment, but they […]
Last month I received the opportunity of a PR guy and girl’s college career – to fly very last-minute to NYC and help a supervisor with a project. We’d both fly back in less than 24 hours from that call. For The Hills fans, it was a moment we thought only existed for Lauren Conrad […]
As the plane sat on the Jacksonville airport runway to NYC, I took everything out of my lap and braced myself for what was to come. One my favorite things about flying is the moment where you’re taking off and for a couple of seconds, the front wheel is in the air and the back […]
When you’re a part of any minority, it many times feels like there are few things that accurately portray your experiences, thoughts and questions of situations in the future. I may not live in NYC and have not been. . . yet. . . but I found The Outs to be very relatable. Over the […]