Blog Posts - New York City



Free and Inexpensive Things To Do in New York

Four days and three nights staying in New York City (USA) were not enough to explore the city. I was overwhelmed by its size and how busy it was. It […]...
by indahs travel photography on Jul 7, 2016

25 Must-See Activities in New York City #NYC #TravelThursday

25 Must-See Activities in New York City Save Call it what you want – The City of Dreams, The City that Never Sleeps, The Big Apple, The Melting Pot of America…any way you slice it,†NYC is†my favorite city in the world. The things that...
by NYC Single Mom on Jul 7, 2016

Heroes To Heroes Golf Outing July 18th - Sign-up Today! [del.icio.us]

Play golf on July 18th at the Leewood Golf Club in Eastchester, NY (a few miles from New Rochelle) while at the same time... Helping our combat veterans suffering with PTSD, moral injury and traumatic brain injury finally begin the process of healin...
by The Political Commentator on Jul 6, 2016

A Captain America statue will be heading to Brooklyn to commemorate his 75th Anniversary.

This year will be marking the 75th Anniversary of Marvel's Captain America and to commemorate the event a 13 foot tall bronze statue is being created to dedicate the hero. The statue will be revealed at San Diego Comic Con (July 20-24) and then will...
by Realm Beyond Sight on Jul 5, 2016

Marc Faber: ‘I Think Before The Year End We’ll Have Some Form Of QE 4 In The U.S.’

Swiss-born investment advisor/money manager Marc Faber was on the phone with the FOX Business Network this morning. The publisher of the monthly investment newsletter The Gloom Boom & Doom Report discussed additional intervention by the world’...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jul 5, 2016

Did you know that New York has more rats then people?

A record number of 24,000 complaints against rats were recorded this year in New York, where the authorities have intensified the fight against thousands of swarming rodents parks, subways and sewer. 10 Tips for Cocktailing in New York City As the ph...
by We care about your travel on Jul 2, 2016

Best Street Food Cities in the World

Though almost every city in the world offers its own unique kind of street food, a handful of cities simply take it to the next level. We’re talking about the kind of deliciousness you ... The post Best Street Food Cities in the World appeared...

New York City Garden 2016

The latest iteration of my balcony herb garden. Plus a resource list for urban gardening in NYC...
by The Blog that Ate Manhattan on Jun 27, 2016

Philosophies of Reading

I like my Starter. For those of you unaccustomed to New Jersey Transit buses and their ways, a Starter is a person who makes sure the buses scheduled to arrive at her or his gate do so on time. It’s … Continue reading →...

Medieval towns, fairytale castles and spectacular cathedrals

The most beautiful places in Germany. Even if it does not occupy one of the first places in the top tourist destinations, Germany is a country with numerous scenic and many things that can attract tourists. It has dream castles, medieval towns, encha...
by We care about your travel on Jun 22, 2016

Medieval towns, fairytale castles and spectacular cathedrals

The most beautiful places in Germany. Even if it does not occupy one of the first places in the top tourist destinations, Germany is a country with numerous scenic and many things that can attract tourists. It has dream castles, medieval towns, encha...
by We care about your travel on Jun 22, 2016

My New York City Sister Trip

On a random night in April my sister called and asked me, “Do you want to fly to New York City and spend the weekend with me in May?” Yes, the answer is always yes. New York City? Yes. Sister time? Yes. Sister time that’s not a whol...
by Rappsody in Rooms on Jun 21, 2016

Human, Nature

Someone recently told me that a city blocks a certain vibration that people draw from contact with the earth. I know that vibration often sets off “new age” alarms, but this person was rational, scientific, and had grown up in … Continue re...

Gwyneth Paltrow’s New York City Apartment – Home Tour

Obsessed with the kitchen in Gwyneth Paltrow's New York City apartment. White floors, white marble counters and marble subway tile hood. You know I adore a white kitchen. I love this look. I saw the kitchen while exploring Instagram (aka social media...
by COCOCOZY on Jun 19, 2016

Airplane powered only by solar energy goes around the world

Solar Impulse plane starts two months of Abu Dhabi, a historic journey around the world, made ​​only with solar energy. The public will be able to watch live what is happening in the cockpit and mission control center in Monaco visiting the site...
by We care about your travel on Jun 14, 2016

Suicide and Epilepsy

The statistics are depressing. (Which is one of the chief factors in suicide.) But studies say that suicide can happen to anyone at any age. Statistics Studies show that newly diagnosed epilepsy... Learn, support and connect with people who have e...
by EPILEPSY YOU'RE NOT ALONE on Jun 13, 2016

Reasons to Explore the Grand Central Station New York

My first stop in New York City was Grand Central Station (officially called as Grand Central Terminal). I decided to stay at a nearby hotel reasoning it would be easier […]...
by indahs travel photography on Jun 8, 2016

From Jailer to Jailed to Traitor: Felon Bernard Kerik turns his back on Criminal Justice Reform in the ugliest way!

We all know what a show felon on federal probation Bernard Kerik made when he announced post-prison he was going to "fix the broken prison system" by becoming an advocate for the inmates he left behind in Federal Prison Camp, Cumberland MD using his...
by DoingTimeWithBernie.com on Jun 8, 2016

SWELL SHOPPING: GUSTAVIAN-INSPIRED APARTMENT

(via Domino, photography by Brittany Ambridge) In Hayley Sarno’s studio apartment in Manhattan, Farrow & Ball and Patrick Mele collaborated on a serene small-space makeover. In the living room (shown above), beige walls and pine floors wer...
by Thou Swell on Jun 7, 2016

NEWSHOUR BOOKSHELF - "Double Cup Love"

"Writer, chef, restaurateur Eddie Huang’s cups runneth over" PBS NewsHour 6/3/2016ExcerptSUMMARY:  Eddie Huang hates being pigeonholed.  The chef/owner of New York’s Baohaus would rather be known as a man who cooks and happens to run a...
by Mage Soapbox on Jun 6, 2016


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