Category Archives: New York City

Remembering …

Early days after 9/11 in downtown New York City. Flag dancer in Union Square Park. Continue reading

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Combine Your Love of Art + Travel

I’m honored again to have a new piece up on Condé Nast Traveler’s website: 10 Art Festivals Worth Traveling for in 2015 Featured are fairs opening from now through June from Los Angeles to New York, Brussels to Buenos Aires.   … Continue reading

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5 Warm-Weather Escapes and Winter Travel Tips

Winter travel tips and getaways from New York City. Continue reading

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Just Another Day in Downtown Brooklyn

If I hadn’t made a wrong turn out of the bank this evening, I wouldn’t have captured this lovely pile of trash burning out of control. Just standing across the street, no concern for the growing flames. The second video … Continue reading

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Woody Allen Made Me a New Yorker

I had always been attracted to New York, but after seeing Woody Allen’s films, I fell in love with it. In fact, if it weren’t for Woody, I might not have ever moved to this glorious city. (If you keep reading, you’ll find a list of some of my favorite Woody Allen NYC film locations.) Continue reading

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Another Classic NYC Hangout Bites the Dust

New York City nightlife certainly isn’t the same as it used to be. The Palladium site is now a New York University dorm; CBGB’s is an upscale John Varvatos boutique; and next week the former church that housed the Limelight … Continue reading

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Where to Eat Now: Dine In Brooklyn, March 15-25

Brooklyn Restaurant Week. Favorite places to save with $20.10 3-course lunches and $25 3-course dinners, March 15-25, 2010. Continue reading

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Keith Haring: 20 Years Since His Death, Where to Find Haring Art in NYC

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the death of Keith Haring, downtown NYC artist phenom of the 1980s. I can’t believe it’s two decades already since he succumbed to AIDS. So in honor of Keith Haring, his artwork and his activism, here’s a list of a few places where you can still see his public works in New York City. Continue reading

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5 Obscure Things to Do in New York City for $5 or Less

Five off-the-beaten-path things to do and see in New York City that cost $5 or less. Continue reading

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