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Madame Tussauds

I may have seen a few celebrities on the streets of New York City since my move here, but the best place to run into stars of all generes and ample selfie opportunities is only one place, Madam Tussauds. My brother and I snagged a deal on Groupon and claimed admission tickets for about $12 […]

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Thank You Broadway

I am going to apologize upfront. Even a day after seeing the Broadway production of Kinky Boots, I am still on a theatre high and I am hoping this post isn’t full of too many extravagant theatre similies and the overuse of jazz hands. The real secret to taking in a Broadway show without having to […]

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Brooklyn Bowl

Slowly, but surely I am turning into my mother or just possibly getting reaffirmation that I am a product of her womb. I would best describe her either as Google or CNN since she is full of information and always has breaking news. She either cuts out articles for my brother and I, emails YouTube […]

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Brooklyn Heels

I only had one agenda for my Sunday and it was Brooklyn. I owed my brother a Birthday feast and the Buffalo Bills were not playing for the week so no appearance on a Manhattan stool with a beer in hand this week for me. I only wanted exploration and I found it in the […]

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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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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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