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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Chinatown is an eating paradise. But as a drinking destination? Not so much. Sure, you can visit those fancy cocktail bars on scenic Doyers street if you have the attitude and the cash (or someone else is buying), but for … Continue reading
The other night when most of my fellow passengers we’re dozing away in sleepy airplane bliss, I was transfixed at my window seat gazing down at New York City completely aglow. When I realized we were swinging over Manhattan, I … Continue reading