Queens Night Market

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Summer Saturday nights, under the black light shadow of the New York Hall of Science the grounds of Flushing Meadows-Corona Park are transformed into a night market. Before there was Amazon.com, there... Read More


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I forgive you for imagining that a museum dedicated entirely to Tibetan and Buddhist art could be a sleeper. It could be. I have been to that museum. I want you to forget all that. Now imagine what a ... Read More

On Broadway

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Broadway is a proud and ancient (in US terms) thoroughfare. It starts at the base of Manhattan isle and wends its way north through the state of New York. It passes through the state’s capital, the ... Read More

The Moor of Central Park

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I will be forever grateful for my friends with unconventional schedules. It is entirely due to their willingness to get up at the crack of dawn and to wait for 5(!) hours for free tickets that I was a... Read More

Q is the answer

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It is every New Yorkers dream to someday travel the entire NYC subway system. Until reality kicks in: the subway system covers 840 miles!  You could be almost to Miami with those miles. Still, a drea... Read More

Just walking around

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If the truth be known, New York City is not that big of a town. Sure, there are 8 million plus of us, but the neighborhoods where people congregate to experience their full New York-ness don’t cover... Read More


Spring came very, very late to New York City this year. One week later it’s almost over. The sudden peeks of color that make the cold, the rain, the wind, the gray of late February, March and April ... Read More