Starting today, thousands of New York’s outer borough residents who work in Manhattan are commuting via ferry instead, because some clever person decided, YEAH IT’S TOTALLY FINE IF WE SHUT DOWN THE R TRAIN FOR A GOOD LITTLE WHILE, BECAUSE NOBODY REALLY USES THAT, RIGHT?!
Thankfully, our good friends at Uber—sensing that San Franciscans might be jealous of New Yorkers’ sweet new aquatic ride—are offering Bay Area users a one-day opportunity to ride a swagged-out boat to work (just in time for all that BART strike talk).
Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous
August is approaching. The kids are at camp for another two weeks, and the dogs are booked into the New York Dog Spa & Hotel. You’re finally ready to get away for a special long weekend.
You’ve got the Who and the Where and the When, but there’s one thing left on your list: How? Read More
Of all the worries and existential dilemmas that keep America’s rich and powerful up at night, tossing in their Frette sheets, few are quite so urgent as the decision to buy a yacht.
Indeed, the wealthy elite of the world have grappled with the question of yacht ownership for as long as humans have sailed the seas. There are endless things to consider: Will my young wife like it? Will it help me get a young wife? Is it a bad investment or a good one? Does it matter?