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So I went to this rainbow themed birthday last night (Happy Birthday Mallory and Creighton) and I wore my Sun Chips tie.
I don’t know where I got it, though. A few years ago someone wore it to a party - either at my house or at SXSW - and gave it to me afterwards. Does anyone remember this event? Does anyone remember who made this awesome tie? It got many compliments last night.
Photo by @ronenv
at The Paley Center for Media
Neutral Milk Hotel Set List 10-11-13 Baltimore MD: their first show in 15 years.
Seeing them in 2 weeks. So excited. They used to be my #1 favorite live band. It’s been too long.
Pulmicort, a steroid inhaler, generally retails for over $175 in the United States, while pharmacists in Britain buy the identical product for about $20 and dispense it free of charge to asthma patients. Albuterol, one of the oldest asthma medicines, typically costs $50 to $100 per inhaler in the United States, but it was less than $15 a decade ago, before it was repatented.
“The one that really blew my mind was the nasal spray,” said Robin Levi, Hannah and Abby’s mother, referring to her $80 co-payment for Rhinocort Aqua, a prescription drug that was selling for more than $250 a month in Oakland pharmacies last year but costs under $7 in Europe, where it is available over the counter.”
Crain’s names 2013 Best Places to Work | Crain’s New York Business
Today, @CrainsNewYork released their 2013 Best Places to Work. We’re in good company. -
The biggest issue facing digital-payment companies may simply be that the technology that’s already out there—cash and cards—is too good.
I was JUST on a long rant about this, not two hours ago, to my friend Brandie. What’s wrong with the way we pay for things now?
Bedford and N7th. This is the best neighborhood-camouflaged DD since the Harvard square one opened in 98 or so.
One star review.