A video has hit the Internet today detailing perhaps the douchiest interaction between a Ferrari owner and an NYPD officer’s foot to ever happen outside the Mercer Hotel.
The owner of the $257,000 red Ferrari 458, Julien Chabbott, accused of the foot smashing, could very well be the same man who co-founded the fittingly named “Line Snob” smartphone app (which aims to “tackle” waiting in lines—or crush it with a coupe tire).
There’s a fascinating new war going on in the culture between self-proclaimed “scientific atheists” and theists. Militant atheists who believe that God is a “delusion,” as Richard Dawkins would have it, and believers who adhere to the idea of a just and loving deity.
The atheists are on the offensive, one might say, with Daniel Read More
On the northwest corner of Mercer Street and Prince Street :
One massive, shining, white brick wall, lit from below, stretches the length of the large, high-ceilinged lobby bar in the Mercer Hotel. At one end, a wall of books includes Helvetica: Homage to a Typeface , The Lexicon of Shoes , Palestinian Cabinet Read More
Chef Tadashi Ono Lightens Up,
But Doesn’t Dumb Down
Walk down a narrow flight of steps and through a small red door into a dark mezzanine bar; turn the corner, and whammo ! Entering Matsuri is like being on the set of Raiders of the Lost Ark -in Japan. A wide walnut staircase descends Read More