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Forget What You Know, the East River Is Full of ‘Free Protein’ (Well, Sort Of)

We’ve all seen em: the fishers who, poles in hand, sit alongside the East River, gazing forlornly into the putrid, black waters below. Everything in our bones tells us that we’re witnessing something wrong here. The East River? And food? They simply do not compute.

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Greenpoint Surf Shop Making Waves, Breaking Into the NYC Surf Scene

From left: Jeff Schroeder and Christopher Williams (Photo: Nicole Disser)

From left: Jeff Schroeder and Christopher Williams (Photo: Nicole Disser)

Shaking hands with Chris Williams and Jeff Schroeder immediately made me feel not only very un-tan but also very un-rad. The two friends recently moved from California and have opened up Union Surfboards in their new neighborhood, Greenpoint. We met inside their studio that’s just big enough to sand off a board and drink a few beers in the process. The place is dusty, but in a clean beachy sort of way and is by no means a faddy showroom– it’s a real workshop. As we spoke, Williams, despite having a broken hand, would compulsively polish one of the boards propped up on a saw horse.

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Wondering Where to Watch Your Team in the World Cup? Here’s Where to Kick It

By now, plenty of punters have told you where to watch the World Cup, but what about your team? Whether you’re rooting for the Blues (France) or the Red Fury (Spain), or you’re just looking for an excuse to chant “U! S! A!”, here’s where to watch the right game at the right place.
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