upper east side fixation debunked!

Last week I saw an e-mail in my inbox from Andrew Kuo with the above title and thought, wha?? Cool. Then I opened it and it was a mass e-mail promoting HUGS, the night he DJ’s at Lit. And I was like, whatever! But now it’s a week later, I’m uptown and a little lonely and thinking about going out. I just read it again, and decided even though it’s a mass e-mail advertisement for a “night” at a downtown club that is kind of smelly, it seems honest and I love Paul Simon. You win Andrew. I’m coming to Lit. And maybe some other lonely soul that reads this in the next few hours will come out and have fun too.

Subject: upper east side fixation debunked!
Date: September 23, 2007 3:38:04 PM EDT
From: Andrew Kuo

“but i would not give you false hope
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Event- Discussion: Greenmarkets for the Upper East Side – Community Board 8 Street Fairs Committe, February 23, 2006, 7:30pm @ NY Blood Center.

Sent to me from Glenn McAnanama

Discussion: Greenmarkets for the Upper East Side
Community Board 8 Street Fairs Committee
February 23, 2006, 7:30pm
NY Blood Center
310 East 67th St. (Bet. 1st/2nd Ave.)
Conference Room #1
Help bring a green market to your neighborhood.

Green markets bring fresh, locally grown food directly from the farmers without middlemen.

Why Support Local Food?
1. Locally grown food tastes better and is better for you because they use less preservatives.
2. Local food preserves genetic diversity and is usually free of genetic modification.
3. Local food supports local farm families and preserves open space.
4. Less distance = Less Fossil Fuels = Less Dependence on Foreign Oil.

http://www.cenyc.org/HTMLGM/maingm.htm