Adrienne Novy is one of the country’s most exciting young poets. Her debut collection Crowd Surfing With God (published by Half Mystic Press) is sure to resonant with anyone who’s ever found community in a record, moshpit, or one line from a song. We got a chance to speak with Novy about her poetry, religion, and pop punk. Continue reading →
On their debut album, Parkways capture a classic sense of pop-punk malaise. The band’s debut EP Constant Memory draws from lo-fi and pop-punk past, but it never feels nostalgic. The Trenton-based group create the type of energy suited for jumping around in basements. Continue reading →
Savor the Season is a new column from Burger-A-Day where writers discuss seasonal favorites. Today, we’re breaking down mozzarella sticks that we found in Bryant Park.
Mozzarella sticks are a food for drunk people and children. If you’re sober and order mozzarella sticks, you’re trying to recapture some childlike sense of wonder or the emotions of being borderline blacked out at a dollar slice pizzeria. There’s nothing inherently wrong with this. Mozzarella sticks are a simple pleasure that the appetizer gods have bestowed upon us mere mortals. Big Mozz captures that and only that. Continue reading →