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The Art of Cuba

April 20, 2019

Cuba-Forbidden, compelling and utterly unique.  I’ve always had a fascination with places that are slightly more difficult to get to, they’re usually so much more interesting.  In a world that’s becoming ever more homogenous, Cuba is as different as any place you’ll find. I’ve wanted to go to this elusive island nation for as long…

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Loud Yankee Daughter

February 21, 2011

For anyone who’s ever taken a road trip in Vietnam, you know what a harrowing experience it can be.  For those of you who haven’t you’ll just have to take my word for it.  There are tons of traveler cafes and every backpacker you meet has an opinion about which ones are good, which ones…

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Faces of New York

February 19, 2011

Most of these photos were taken on the High Line Friday February 18th 2011. The rest were taken along the Hudson River and in front of Pastis.  It was one of the first sunny, warm days we’ve had in a long time and no self-respecting New Yorker was going to miss it!  Here are some of my favorite…

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Photo of the Week

February 18, 2011
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The Middle of Nowhere

February 15, 2011

So if you’re “nowhere” how do you know when you’re in the middle of it? 

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The Land That Time Forgot

February 15, 2011

Did you know that the most famous concert of all time Woodstock, didn’t really happen in Woodstock? It actually took place on Max Yasgur’s farm in the town of Bethel. Most New Yorker’s and Janis Joplin fans know this, but if you really want to learn all about the events surrounding the most amazing musical…

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And So It Begins

February 15, 2011

“And so it begins” that’s a line from one of my favorite TV show’s Babylon 5—yes sci-fi nerd alert, but it seemed fitting.  May 1, 2011—and it’s finally time to hit the open road.  All of my worldly possessions have been safely tucked away in a storage until somewhere in Long Island City (I hope…

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My Chariot Awaits

February 15, 2011

My first car was a 1969 black Ford Torino, which looked absolutely nothing like the restored classic above. www.gatewayclassiccars.com   It was fondly referred to as “The Black Bomb” mostly because it had been hit by something much larger than itself in the back right corner, giving it a Phantom of the Opera sans mask look. …

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The A Train from 103rd Street February 10, 2011 at 10:48PM

February 11, 2011
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The Honey Badger

February 11, 2011

The first one is the real nature video.  There are some very graphic scenes of the Honey Badger catching and eating it’s prey.  Just wanted to put that out there for the squimish folks. The second one is the same video with a different voice over.  Watch the serious one first, its OK it you look…

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