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Spring Cleaning Time

Posted March 29, 2017  Will be cleaning up my files during the next few weeks. If I find anything interesting, I will post. If not, I will be back shortly, Note” if you recived a post  “Bank Notes” please let me know…. my system has been acting funny and this would be a good timeforme […]

NYC – Halloween – New York Style.

Well it is the time of year that many brownstones decorate their buildings. Here are a few examples:                   H A P P Y   H A L L O W E E N

NYC – Thanks for your support

Just about this time of year, in 2011, I started writing this blog. It is hard to believe that I have lasted this long. On a TV show (a few years back!) they claimed there are over 8 million stories to be told about NYC. I guess I have just put a little dent in […]

NYC – – Colorful East Village – Public Art

There’s plenty of art to see in museums and galleries around New York City, but when the weather is lovely, it’s nice to have options available to enjoy art in public areas. On a warm day this week, I traveled through  the East Village on my way to SOHO. I went that way so I […]

NYC – Squirrel Appreciation Day

Today is Squirrel Appreciation Day   How well do you know NYC’s furry friend? squirrels play a major role in helping to nourish our trees. Squirrels are mostly active during the daytime. They eat nuts, seeds, and berries, but please don’t feed them. They can bite! Squirrels are perfectly capable of feeding themselves. Squirrels also have an […]

NYC – FINAL DATES – Christmas Window Displays – 2015

New York City is a wonderful place to visit during the holiday season, particularly because of the beautiful decorations at many city stores and landmarks. While it too early to know the exact date of each store display here is a preview of what is coming. Before starting out  It might help, in your planning, […]

NYC – Paris at east 60th Manhattan and Smith Street Brooklyn

 Unfortunately, we can’t all celebrate Bastille Day before the backdrop of the Eiffel Tower, but there are plenty of ways to honor France on its Independence Day right here in New York City. Bastille Day on 60th Street Celebrate France’s national holiday at New York’s ultimate street fair! Sunday, July 12 • noon–5pm Between Fifth […]