Tag Archives for New York City
“I heart NY. I love its gritty glamour, you-can’t-make-this-stuff-up serendipity, its adrenaline high, its 24-7 gratification, its philosopher taxi cab drivers, its come-one-come-all welcome mat.” – Holly Prubakh
Today is my blog’s THIRD birthday. (Let’s pretend I haven’t been neglecting it terribly lately.) Thank you so much for reading and for keeping this thing alive. It means the world to me. Let’s celebrate with cronuts, shall we?
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
The 11th of September. “[New York] City knows you better than any living person because it has seen you when you are alone. It saw you steeling yourself for the job interview, slowly walking home after the late date, tripping … Continue reading
“She quietly expected great things to happen to her, and no doubt that’s one of the reasons why they did.” – Zelda Fitzgerald
Meet: Lindsey + Charlie. The best way to describe these two lovebirds? A POWER COUPLE. Lindsey is a PR powerhouse and Charlie is an extremely talented producer. Forces to be reckoned with, that’s for sure! I had the great honor … Continue reading
I don’t know what the weather is like where you are, but — here in the Big Apple — summer is definitely upon us. The heat is scorching. The smell of hot garbage is inescapable. You can’t walk more than … Continue reading
On Saturday afternoon, Bull introduced Frank and I to a restaurant/bar called Ducks Eatery — a hidden gem in the heart of the East Village. We had been looking for a place with good food, alcohol, and outdoor seating, and … Continue reading
It’s here. Brace yourself. Also… Jimmy: “I found roommates on Craigslist! And they aren’t murderers!” Me: “That’s great! How do you know?” Jimmy: “Well, I don’t really.” I promise to take good care of your harvested organs, Jimbo.