It was almost as though the Williamsburg I remembered had been bombed out and replaced from scratch.
Glynnis MacNicol is a writer and co-founder of TheLi.st. She is the author of the forthcoming memoir GOOD DRIVING (Simon & Schuster, 2018). Her work has appeared in print and online for publications including the New York Times, ELLE.com, the Guardian, Forbes, The Cut, New York Daily News, W, Capital New York, The Daily Beast, mental_floss, Outside. Previously she was the media editor at Business Insider and a founding editor of Mediaite.
Not so long ago, a TV talker built a political movement of well-off white supporters prone to conspiracy theories about unaccountable elites draining America’s former greatness.
The 8-to-18 set devouring ‘The Hunger Games’ is media-savvy in a very new way, writes Glynnis MacNicol.
Neil Hope—Wheels on the hit 1980s Canadian show Degrassi Junior High—died in 2007, but was identified only recently. Glynnis MacNicol remembers growing up with the imperfect teens of Degrassi.