Like Pearl Harbor, the assassination of JFK, and the Challenger Space Shuttle, everyone remembers what they were doing when the news broke of a plane hitting the North Tower. Many of my friends and family were watching the news while getting ready for work. Listening in shock and confusion as speculations were made about how and … Continue reading Remember Them.
It took me 28 days to wish you a Happy New Year, so I think that waiting nearly 7 months for the next post seems to be right on schedule…right? How is it already July? And there’s no denying it is July–the humidity here in New York City is stifling and I feel we’ve … Continue reading Dusting Off the Keyboard.
too. hot. to. type. Actually we were given a brief heat wave reprieve today in NYC–but Sundays are great for being lazy. Meanwhile, back home: Stay cool & hydrated–and watch out for rings of power! Continue reading Sunday Comics: Texas Heat Wave
New York City streets are filled with a lot of things: people, dogs, trash, mysterious things you’re better off not knowing what they are…but my favorite things NYC sidewalks offer are Chalkboard Art. I think this accurately sums up today… Continue reading Chalkboard Art: Summer in NYC
NYC has some of the most amazing museums in the world, however, art can be found anywhere in the city. In fact, I’ve found that some of the most intricate pieces can be discovered only a subway ride away… Like Penn Station, the subway station at Times Square is huge and spans from 40th to … Continue reading Subway Art: 42nd Street
New York City streets are filled with a lot of things: people, dogs, trash, mysterious things you’re better off not knowing what they are…but my favorite things NYC sidewalks offer are Chalkboard Art. I mean honestly, when it’s in the mid-90’s (or mid-30s Celsius), who could ask for anything more (aside from beer and a … Continue reading Chalkboard Art: The Simple Things in Life
In following up to my More From South Ferry post, I was chatting with a fellow blogger, Andy (of The Wandering Poet–check out his website!), about some of the amazing murals that can be found on the New York City subway platforms. This reminded me of another series I wanted to bring over from my … Continue reading Subway Art
Okay so before we go back to Hawaii, I just wanted to share with you a few more photos from the old-new South Ferry station that just opened: Continue reading More From South Ferry
I’m interrupting our Hawaiian trip to bring you some exciting news. Or at least, exciting news if you live in or are visiting New York City. The old-new South Ferry station is fiiiiiiiinally reopened!! Tourists came and went with their only concerns being if they were getting on the correct train and which stop they … Continue reading Breaking News!
Growing up, Friday night was always pizza night…because who doesn’t love pizza?!? Plus nothing goes with football like pizza (hey, we’re Texans! Also upon further reflection–aka growing older–I’ve found beer to be a better accompaniment to football, but at five years old pizza is probably the better option). Of course, until I moved to New … Continue reading Pizza Night!