“Union Square also has the advantage, theoretically at least, of tolerance for overnight stays. Though the park officially closes at midnight, the city has historically allowed people to sleep in the park in small groups.”—Nick Pinto on the evolution of Occupy Union Square. (via villagevoice)
Amy: If Oprah was still doing her talk show, what kind of question would you want her to ask you? What I would want Oprah to do for you…I would want her to not ask a question but instead grab your hands and say, “You seem happy, Rachel.”
Rachel: That’s a great ending to the article.
Rachel Dratch’s memoir Girl Walks Into a Bar…: Comedy Calamities, Dating Disasters, and a Midlife Miracle “drops” on March 29th. Order it here on Amazon!
Today is National Stuff That Was Popular When You Were a Kid Day! We’ll be running quizzes all day straight out of our writers’ childhoods. Hillary Buckholtz of I’m Remembering wants to test your knowledge of Beanie Babies.
“It’s not that we dislike Bella, but her saga boils down to a (literally) undying love story, and Katniss’ journey is just so much more. Take a look at why “The Girl on Fire” is in a league of her own.”—Why People Should Stop Comparing Katniss To Bella