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“IF PEOPLE WERE ALLOWED TO THINK, THEY WOULD NOT BE RELIGIOUS,” she wrote.
"I hope to be an inspiration for others who leave," Mayer wrote on Facebook in March. "It's been 5 years and I've made it!"
The woman appears to be an ex-Hasid who was part of a support group for people who leave NYC's insular ultra-Orthodox community.
Just because the warm air has forsake us doesn't mean we can't drink atop buildings.
The bubble tents resemble igloos and are outfitted with heat, sofas, rugs, and TVs.
Well good news: the trees all have new homes! So you nice people can stop writing us offering to "take some of them or all of them off [our] hands."
Nature too big for big city.
The dog, which puts the $666 "douche burger" to shame, is only available at the douche-friendly rooftop 230 Fifth, and only with 48 hours notice.
We talked to the owner of 230 Fifth about the $500 million racial discrimination lawsuit the bar is facing, after allegedly ejecting 15 black friends celebrating a birthday party because of their race.
How many times have you arrived at a roof party only
A chef at the penthouse lounge 230 Fifth was arrested on
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