Daily email newsletter for New York fellas has released a US-wide version today. Readers throughout the States (and elsewhere) can now get their dose of things to eat, things to do, things to fall over.

Daily email newsletter for New York fellas has released a US-wide version today. Readers throughout the States (and elsewhere) can now get their dose of things to eat, things to do, things to fall over.

We thought we'd ask publisher Ben Lerer a fews questions about it all.

PSFK: Why do you need a separate New York and US version? How will the content differ?

BL: We don't "need" the national version — we just want a national version. Desperately. The thing is, our New York email doesn't really cater to people outside the City, and we've been getting requests to go national since we launched. Thrillist Nation will have the same tone, but it'll cover things that everyone in America can take advantage of — gadgets they can order off the Internet, travel, canned Taiwanese lizard meat, etc.

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