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City Trails: May 25-29

This is part of a series called “City Trails” to track my daily treks around NYC Here’s what I put myself through this week: Monday, May 25 Tuesday, May 26 Wednesday, May 27 Thursday, May 28 Friday, May 29 The maps include distance traveled by walking, subway and cab. What did your week look like? [Keep Reading…]

City Trails: May 18-22

Last Friday I started a new blog series called “City Trails” to track my daily treks around NYC. The response was good so I’m gonna keep it going. Here’s what I put myself through this week: Monday, May 18 Tuesday, May 19 Wednesday, May 20 Thursday, May 21 Friday, May 22 The maps include distance [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: How to make the perfect egg cream

This photo was taken at the famous Junior’s Restaurant in Brooklyn on my first date with Orian. God what he must have thought when I eagerly pulled out my camera to snap this pic. I’m on a date with a chick who takes photos of her food? If it weren’t for that milkshake I might [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: 12 Gay Street

Today’s photo comes courtesy of my friend Mike Singleton over at drop.io. This door is at 12 Gay Street in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan. According to Mike, this sign on the front door (DANGER!! NO INTERIOR FLOORS!!) is the only sign that there’s any construction going on inside or around the building. It’s [Keep Reading…]

City Trails: May 11-15

I’ve been realizing this week that I’m a true road warrior. Most days I find myself in all corners of New York City, from TriBeCa to the Upper West Side to Union Square to the West Village and sometimes to DUMBO. So I’ve decided to start a new blog series called “City Trails” to track [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: You must be in one of the first five cars

If you’ve ever ridden the 1/2/3 line on the NYC subway, you’ve probably seen one of these signs: Both the 145th St stop and the South Ferry stop have shorter platforms than the rest of the stations. That means that unless you’re in one of the first five cars, you won’t be able to exit [Keep Reading…]

Please help me feed hungry New Yorkers #tenbuckthursday

As you might already know, I’m involved with a great organization called Social Media for Social Change that takes advantage of the connections we make online in order to produce face-to-face fundraising events around the country. The first Social Media for Social Change fundraising event in New York City will be held on the evening [Keep Reading…]