Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Introducing Nicolette


Hey everyone. Meet Nicolette. She's relatively new to Manhattan and is having so much fun going out, she decided to start writing about it on her own site, Nicolette and the City. She is going to help us out by covering many places we just can't (or don't want to) get to. Please give her a warm welcome and stay tuned for her first post later today.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

this girl is dumb, and she goes to touch , don't promote her naive bullshit site

Anonymous said...

Whoever wrote that last comment is a complete moron and should go back to his "exciting" life of criticizing people who actually get up and do something with their lives.

Her site is great.

Anonymous said...

Anon 10:50, couldnt have said it any better. Much better to be a person who does something, like Nicolette, then someone who just criticizes others like a loser.

Anonymous said...

You MUST recognize the inherent irony of your posting 10:57. What Nicolette and the City (who by the way, I predict will very soon be getting a cease and desist from HBO) "does" is criticize others. It's the pot calling the kettle black.

astralgirl01 said...

Good luck, Nicolette.

Hopefully you'll get sick of going to all of the lame mainstream clubs and investigate some cool, under-the-radar places soon enough. 'Cuz trust me, you can do a thousand times better than Touch.

And yeah, I'd be careful, as HBO loves to slap a cease-and-desist order on a person with a quickness. And with the SATC movie coming out.... wowzers.

Anonymous said...

Well I can say with full honesty that I actually know this chick and she's just as lame in person as she makes herself sound on her site...

did I mention she doesn't even live in the city

Anonymous said...

I will have to say I think this site is falling off. Why do we need to hear about some girl from new jerseys whack life here in nyc. She pays cover, goes to clubs like touch, and waits in line, basically the epitome of Jersey Trash. Lets just hope she doesn't start sending her friends to this site and they start invading more of decent spots here in the City.

ps.
Any idiot can have a website "content is king", and her content it crap

Anonymous said...

I actually know this girl, her friend is friends with this girl I work it. She is pretty cool actually, and im pretty sure she lives in the city, lol not in New Jersey. Unless she moved, I dont know

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:41 writes: "You MUST recognize the inherent irony of your posting 10:57."

Gold star on sounding like an arrogant prick!

Also, she is not from New Jersey, and certainly not trash.

Old.soul.in.the.city said...

Yikes, I hate to sound catty but girls like this are the reasons I hate some clubs. Maybe she can do a column where not to go as her and her crew will be there?? And where is the fashion? It looks like celeb gossip to me.

Anonymous said...

this blogg is kinda lame...i mean she goes to clubs that are crappy like touch how bout reviewing clubs that have some buzz around them and don't let in trash like suzie wongs, Mansion one oak and socialista....etc.
On another topic, this girl doesnt even live in new york city, thinks express is fashionable, and eats at mediocre places like hale and hearty, why the fuck would i take new york city advice from a girl who doesn't even live in the city?

Blair said...

Hey Nicolette! Keep doing your thing! The site is refreshing, cute and fun to read! I see you have many fans...albeit some immature and some "wannabe hipsters", pay those children no mind, they probably aren't even of age if they are talking like that (direct references to anon 3/19 at 9:53,and the anon who can't read english...3/19 at 5:41, as well as anon 3/20 at 7:56 am who appears to be collecting unemployment, as well as anon March 20, 2008 10:58 AM who has nothing better to do than follow the pack like a mindless bloke like most of the children on this site). Anyway, Nicolette, best of luck with all of your present and future endeavors, and dont forget even the best faced opposition before success.

Anonymous said...

she should learn to pronounce "manhattan" (yes, there are t's in there) before writing about it...

Anonymous said...

THANKS FOR THE NICOLETTE PUFF PIECE BLAIR. ARE YOU HER DIRECTOR OF PR, OR JUST ANOTHER JERSEY GIRL.

Anonymous said...

Although, I wish Nicolette well; her general 'vibe' does not mesh with that of a true hipster vibe. And no offense to Nicolette, but the word "Manhattan" does have two T's in the middle that should be pronounced in some fashion. Now, with early roots in Jazz and fashion, the word/lifestyle of a 'hipster' is a bit more complex/underground than a romp around 'mainstream hot spots' in the city. A little Wiki search will reveal that "in the 1990s and 2000s, the 1940s slang term hipster began being used in North American to describe young, well-educated urban middle class and upper class adults with leftist or liberal social and political views and interests in a non-mainstream fashion and cultural aesthetic. While definitions vary, the hipster scene is often associated with alternative music and "indie" culture (independent rock and independent film), and other non-mainstream products, such as vintage clothing, 1970s-era vinyl records, magazines such as Vice, Clash and Nylon and the Pitchfork Media music website. In North America, hipsters may dress in a campy or ironic manner, in which retro 1970s-style sportswear is mixed with Salvation Army store clothing. The social scene in some major cities is centered in a gentrified downtown area where DJ clubs, fair-trade coffee cafés, and organic restaurants sit side-by-side with thrift stores and working class taverns."
With that being said, although I can appreciate a lot of girls want to be a 'Carrie' from SATC, it's a generation ahead of yours, and it's time to move forward. Evolution, independent thoughts & spirits are all good things. I would recommend finding some true 'hipster' interests for your yourself and your next blog post. Happy Hunting!