Long Island City

With the Mayoral primary today, it’s probably appropriate that I’m going to talk about that big scary word “development.” It’s a hot topic in New York; it means many different things: new housing, affordable housing, not-so-affordable-housing, loss of history, change in culture. Basically, everyone has something to say about “development.” I say all this because […]

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We are one World. And we can only make the world a better place if we believe in each other—in every part of each other. Value each other. Love each other.

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Washington Heights, Manhattan

There’s too much to see in New York. Too many parks. Too many museums. Too historic homes and landmarks. Too much. Honestly you can barely walk a foot without passing by a place that some famous, legendary person did something in: eat, sleep, cough, get drunk, speak for 5 seconds. New York is so much […]

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The High Bridge- May 2017

Just a short walk from the Bronx, across the Harlem River to Washington Heights–over the oldest bridge in New York City. High Bridge originally served as Roman-inspired aqueduct carrying clean water to New York City from the Croton River in Westchester (part of the Old Croton Aqueduct), making it a critical link in the City’s […]

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