Monthly Archives: November 2012
One of the instantly noticeable aspects of life in NYC is the sheer number of people who have toy dogs – and who spoil them rotten. And we’re not just talking people who own townhouses where the dogs can run about. Condos … Continue reading
Today I headed over to 6th Avenue to watch the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade, which is a true New York institution. Parades always remind me of Ferris Bueller gatecrashing the German-American parade in Chicago. Sadly, I didn’t get to infiltrate a … Continue reading
Speaking out against the conflict in Gaza and Israel, demonstrators (including some apprehensive-looking rabbis) gathered today by 42nd and 7th with signs and loudhailers.
Yesterday, I decided to go for an exploratory wander around Hell’s Kitchen. I love the way that by doing this, you can just happen upon something totally random that widens your world. And I did! Tucked away down a quiet … Continue reading
The Empire State Building is lit up in blue to signal victory for the Democrats in the 2012 Presidential election – a true New York moment.