Browsing All posts tagged under »Homeless«

On The Street Where You Live

November 14, 2012

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This story is from Debra, a 29-year-old playwright in NYC, as told to Raz:  A couple years ago, when I was absolutely old enough to know better , I would still sometimes give my number out to men who approached me on the street. One day, as I was taking an afternoon break from work […]

Radical Honesty

September 19, 2012

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This story is from Alice, a 39-year-old fashion director in NYC, as told to Raz: My friend Jessica told me she had someone great to set me up with, an old friend Dominic who she hadn’t spoken to in years but had recently reconnected with. She said he was gorgeous with a great personality, and […]

Saved By the Bum

April 28, 2012

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This story is from Jen, a 24-year-old journalist living in NYC, as told to Raz: I was reviewing a show for work and had an extra press ticket, so I invited Bill, a professional poker player (so badass!) who I’d been out with the week before. Apparently, Bill is not a huge fan of modern […]