Posts Tagged: People Change
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Moby Lonely, Warm

Once the "society truffle-pig" of New York City, rooting out trends and snuffling up excitement, Moby, graduate of Darien High School and brief attendee of Connecticut College, was the ultimate Lower East Side fixture. But there is only so much vegan food one can eat at expensive yet crappy places on First Avenue! And so the Christian has departed happily for the other coast. Is New York City actually New York City without Moby? It's unclear.

His argument for Los Angeles? Everyone's allowed to fail there. A writer’s screenplay may be turned into a major movie, but there’s a good chance her next five screenplays won’t [...]

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Local Blogger Is Gay Serial Scammer

Local blogger Jon Nicosia also happens to have a long history as a con artist. He came out today, because Capital New York has been reporting on him, and he wanted to get "ahead of the story." (He works for a site called Mediaite, a publication of, by and for TV talking face Dan Abrams.)

In one incarnation, Nicosia—whose name is Zachary Hildreth—swindled investors in a fairly classic investment con. (At 24, he was indicted on 11 counts of grand larceny; then, in January of 2001, he was indicted for two counts of larceny.)

In a later and more disturbing incarnation, he serially seduced gay men, [...]

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Quote of the Day: Lifestyle Reconsiderations

"I naïvely had this idea that gentrification was inconsiderate and ruining old Brooklyn, but it wasn't a well-thought-out position."