Sarah Lyall on London vs. New York
Lyall: Oh, that’s so interesting. I’m, you know, I’m from New York. I like New York, but London is just cool. It’s really cool. It’s really, really, really international. It’s incredibly fun to walk around, and you get lost really easily, ‘cause it’s impossible to… you know, there’s no grid pattern. You can’t find your way around. And as an American, it’s like a complete candy store, you know. It’s just so new and different and interesting. But, you know, when you come back to New York, people are so relaxed, and I like the relaxed bit.
New York wins in the relaxed category, Sarah Lyall notes
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A space memorial company plans to launch the ashes of "Pikachu," a well-loved Tabby, into space.
- Steve Munt, Pikachu's owner, created a GoFundMe page to raise money for the mission.
- If all goes according to plan, Pikachu will be the second cat to enter space, the first being a French feline named Felicette.
- It might seem frivolous, but the cat-lovers commenting on Munt's GoFundMe page would likely disagree.
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