The Halal Guys offer a chicken and gyro combo platter served with lettuce, pita bread and basmati rice. The chicken can be combined with a sauce made of yogurt, mayonnaise and other ingredients, as well as their own hot sauce.

Venture beyond Easton eateries with NYC Food Crawl

While drunken Supermen, police officers and stray cats set forth on their walk of shame on Halloween night, I woke up at 3 a.m. and trekked through the streets of New York City in the rain to taste a Cronut. My first stop was Dominique Ansel Bakery in SoHo. After taking a bus and a subway, I ended up on Spring Street at 5:45 a.m. to hold the second spot in line. Despite the frigid weather, I was determined to wait until I got my hands on the delectable treat. 


An honest review of NJ's nude beach

Wearing clothes is all well and good, but anyone who claims being dressed is better than being naked is lying to themselves. Removing the fabric shackles civilization has imposed upon its denizens — once the blinds are drawn and the doors securely locked — is euphoric to say the least. If you have not tried at least sleeping and lounging in the nude, the writer highly recommends it for health and happiness.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show at Rutgers Cinema featured a variety of live performances and gave audiences the chance to participate with the cast during each set.

Rutgers does time warp again at ‘Rocky Horror’ showing

In a time when people often watch movies on Netflix, live performances of said films have gained a sense of novelty. This past weekend, the Friday Nite Specials Cast of Aberdeen, New Jersey, returned to Rutgers for its live performance of a racy Halloween classic “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” at the Rutgers Cinema on Livingston campus.

Use different thrift shop finds to piece together Halloween outfits that are both stylish and inexpensive, such as a patriot or fashion icon Audrey Hepburn.

Thrift and treat this Halloween

Depending on how enthusiastic you are about celebrating what many believe to be Rutgers’ finest weekend of socializing for the year, you are going to need between one to four outfits, pronto. The solution lies in a little-known resource that rapper Macklemore so eloquently called to national attention last year: thrift shopping. New Brunswick boasts three consignment shops within walking distance of the College Avenue campus, perfect for swinging by after class.


Phantom pranking

What fun is Halloween without a few screams? We’ve got a list of ways to scare the living soul out of anyone you so desire. Fair warning: After pulling these tricks, friends may accuse you of not having a heart!

The “Tacos and Tequila” event at the “New York City Wine & Food Festival” was hosted on the rooftop of Pier 92 of Chelsea Piers this past Saturday.

Food Network festival adds flavor to classic Mexican favorites

Hundreds of celebrity chefs, winemakers and famous eateries served and entertained thousands of guests at the annual “Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival.” The festival, presented by Food & Wine, brought together global celebrity chefs, restaurants and businesses throughout New York City from Oct. 16 to 19. One hundred percent of the festival’s proceeds benefitted two hunger charities: Share Our Strength’s “No Kid Hungry” and Food Bank For New York City.  


7 Signs you're a victim of "cuffing"

Synonymous with the fall and winter months, “cuffing season” primarily affects the singles on campus. Each year, students blissfully indulge in autumnal activities. Instagram and Facebook feeds are filled with unexpected couples taking weekend trips to pumpkin patches and apple picking farms. Attention is diverted from midterms, and focus is instead transferred to potential cuddling partners, Halloweekend couple costume partners (after all, two cats are always better than one!) and ugly sweater party dates.

Courtesy of Michelle Tarangelo | Lauren Berger, CEO of Intern Queen Inc., started her business to give students a virtual platform that helps them find internships for all types of majors.

Intern Queen guides students on succeeding in ‘real’ world

Between early morning commutes, memorizing complicated coffee orders and balancing a budget that involves no steady income, college students feel internships are more detrimental than advantageous in the long run. However, Lauren Berger, CEO of “Intern Queen, Inc.,” is solid proof that internships are the foundation to thriving in the real world. The brand provides a free website that gives young people the opportunity to apply to various internships around the country.

Courtesy of Mark Weinberg | This year's Omega Sound Fix 4.0, running this Friday and Saturday, will include a lineup of musicians that are creating a different sound that distinguishes from what is considered "the norm."

Omega Sound Fix 4.0 puts unique spin on music

Even after successfully putting together the avante-garde electronic Omega Sound Fix music festival three years ago, curator Mark Weinberg still had trouble mustering the creativity to get the ball rolling this year. It was not until he ran into a fellow musician at a nearby coffee shop that his inspiration really flourished.

Attendees at the annual New York Comic Con dressed as their favorite characters, ranging from anime to the Avengers, and posed for pictures.

Inside Beat takes on New York City Comic Convention

Cosplay and comics took to the Big Apple this past weekend at the annual New York Comic Convention popularly known as Comic Con. Held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, the event started last Thursday and ran all weekend. Attendees were able to dress up as their favorite characters from anime to the Avengers, as well as meet the people who design and create their favorite comic books. 

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