Monthly Archives: September 2014

Dumbo Arts Festival

Your Saturday in New York City has the potential to be anything you want it to be, whether by choice or by chance. A whim to stroll in Brooklyn Bridge can turn into a visual explosion of art. The Dumbo Arts Festival, Dumbo standing for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass, was a three day […]

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New York Water Taxi

I wish I could say that I didn’t want to pinch myself everyday, but the truth is I still wonder how I got here. I still wonder how the universe came together and put everything in its place to make the perfect circumstance for me to move to a city that has always been on […]

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Damn You Doughnut Plant

One day I will have to realize that just because I walk a lot does not mean that I have a bank full of calories to spend on whatever may cross my path. However, that day is not today and a wonderful friend of mine put the bug in my ear about Doughnut Plant a long […]

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SoWe Food & Wine Festival

What’s a Summer without a festival to sample cuisines from various vendors? I have been slacking on my festivals for the summer so The South Westchester Food & Wine Festival will have to serve as my first and last of the Summer. Four tents housed a variety of vendors with every genre of food covered. […]

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For the Train

Since I am on the train at least three to four times a week, there have been some things that I regard as essential for my voyage in and out of the city. A Book – Whatever title you chose, a book is an easy source of entertainment. Don’t forget you may be judged on […]

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Bodega Bouquet

“The true secret of happiness lies in taking a genuine interest in all the details of daily life” – William Morris New York City is a place overflowing with details, easy to pass by, but even easier to indulge in. On the best corners in the city, a sign will greet you reading “Two Dozen […]

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A City to Write From

I have been stealing quiet moments with the city over the past week. A quiet moment may be hard to believe in a city that never sleeps, but amongst my daily hustle and bustle, it is almost as if the city some how slows down right around me and I find a cafe or a […]

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