Monthly Archives: December 2012
I stumbled across spontaneous poet Abigail Mott in the subway at 14th street, on my way out to dinner. She asked me a few questions about my life in Manhattan – then tapped out a reflective poem on her trusty typewriter – … Continue reading
Last night I dragged a mate out in the torrential rain to the far side of Brooklyn, simply to catch a glimpse of the Dyker Heights Christmas lights. This is basically where residents in an upscale neighbourhood compete to see who can … Continue reading
As the city blog narrative.ly so eloquently attests, everyone in New York has a crazy subway story. Now that I’ve rode the subway for several months, I thought I’d share my own perspectives – as well as weirdo-sightings – on life down … Continue reading
Further to my previous remarks about bars with open space in Hell’s Kitchen, now let’s talk food. I set off today with a work colleague on a fantastic tasting tour of Hell’s Kitchen, exploring the lesser-known eateries of the area. The … Continue reading
Who knew that the well-heeled loft-dwellers of TriBeca could be so in your face?