Reopening will take a beautiful blend of venue negotiations, finances, resources, talent, staff, and patrons all coming together at the same time. Is it possible? Are they all still here? Will they come back?
Should I Come to New York in 2021? YESSSS!!!! I finally get to update this announcement! If you live in the U.S.A., then go get your vaccine and come visit! As of April 1, quarantine and testing will no longer be mandated. Quarantining for a few days is still recommended, but we are reaching the end of the formal testing, paperwork, and quarantines for domestic travelers! Huzzah!
There’s a common saying in Scandinavia that translates to something like, “there’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad … More
Central Park, The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, OH MY! The New York Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) was founded in … More
Upon arriving in New York, it didn’t take me long to discover that I could find all of my old faithful French tea brands like Kusmi, Mariage Frères, and Ladurée. But, it did take me a little longer to discover the almost hidden enclaves of top-tier tea. New York may have the highest tier tea selection in the world due to all of the different cultures bringing their best teas here. Ah, how I love a teapot of cultures!
As we approach the holidays, I can’t help but be sad that I won’t be seeing family this year. I’m … More
I have been wanting to visit Sleepy Hollow since we moved to New York. I’ve always been fascinated with the … More
As one of the oldest cities in the United States, there are creepy and spooky places all over New York City! From murders and suicides to overdoses and kidnappings – this city has seen it all. If only the walls could talk…or do they? From Washington Heights to the Lower East Side, we decided to spend this Halloween examining some of the top haunts the city has to offer – not the man-made haunted houses, but the REAL ghosts of New York.
Autumn is in full swing in New York City. Although I honestly do enjoy the cool rains and enjoying my … More