Tag Archives: NYC
Saturday was a beautiful day for a walk in the park. There may not have been many flowers to see – the water isn’t even turned on in the fountain yet! – but there were definite signs of life. The … Continue reading
I have a bucket of reasons for not updating lately. But you don’t want excuses. You want pictures of Public Art Fund’s awesome exhibit in Columbus Circle, Discovering Columbus. You can find out more about the exhibit here. For those … Continue reading
It’s hot. It’s uncomfortable. But going to see the fireworks here is a huge block party, and it’s consistently the best fireworks show I’ve seen. Besides, I just love fireworks in general. Who doesn’t?
Remember in the movie French Kiss how Meg Ryan is always looking for the Eiffel Tower and she keeps missing it? And when she finally catches a glimpse, it makes her feel better about all the bad stuff that’s … Continue reading
It’s free, and it’s delightful. They charge to rent skates, but if you have your own you can go right in.
While at the Pacific residency in June, one of my colleagues asked me if I write about New York. My response was that it would be challenging to avoid writing about the city. New York is simultaneously the greatest and … Continue reading