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Monthly Archives: August 2011
If you’re wondering what to do for your last days of summer in NYC, look no further than the winning combination of the Coney Island trifecta–riding the Cyclone, eating Totonno’s pizza, and drinking at Ruby’s. The 106thstreeters, along with a … Continue reading
Irene entered the city soft, tender, and wet. She went on all night long, strong yet not too rough, quite sensitive to our needs here in Manhattan. It was a long night we had together that lasted way into the … Continue reading
Flying into an American airport is usually very similar. There might be some nice open space, shimmering sea, or mountains to see from the air, but the second you start to get near the runway the urban sprawl starts to … Continue reading