Monthly Archives for October 2013
“You will never be completely at home again, because part of your heart always will be elsewhere. That is the price you pay for the richness of loving and knowing people in more than one place.” — Miriam Adeney [Photo … Continue reading
Today, I stumbled across THIS in TriBeCa: An original Banksy, right here on the streets of Manhattan. How incredible is that? It was definitely one of the coolest “NYC moments” I’ve experienced thus far — and it made me miss LONDON! … Continue reading
For the past few weeks, I’ve been begging my friends to partake in fun fall activities with me. Literally. BEGGING. Apple picking. Hayrides. Haunted houses. ANYTHING. Hi. I’m five. Needless to say, you can only imagine my excitement at the … Continue reading
Lawrence Ferlinghetti, when asked to share his recipe for happiness: “One grand boulevard with trees, with one grand cafe in sun, with strong black coffee in very small cups. One [not necessarily] very beautiful man or woman who loves you. … Continue reading
…you’ve sprinted through mid-town Manhattan with a 6-foot-tall Hello Kitty balloon during the 6pm, end-of-the-day, commuter rush hour. Happy birthday, Bull!
Last night, we were lucky enough to score a table at a new restaurant in Manhattan that practically everyone’s buzzing about — TORO. Toro is a Barcelona-style tapas restaurant, serving a mix of traditional and modern Spanish food made with the … Continue reading