If you think it sounds cool and interesting to roam around and explore a rusty old ship from the early 1930s well, you’d be right. It IS fun and interesting, as I discovered for the first time last week aboard the Lilac, which was once a working, steam-powered Lighthouse Tender–those were ships that “carried supplies [...]
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Fact: New Yorkers love to be right about things, and we’re maybe especially passionate about where you can get the best ________. It doesn’t really matter what fills in the blank. Martini, everything bagel, grandma slice, salad bar, cheeseburger, paella, cappuccino, chocolate chip cookie… the list of argument-inciters is almost literally endless. And that’s just [...]
Manhattan’s Lower East Side just won’t stand still. Even by New York City standards, a town where constant change has always been our core characteristic, LES apartment residents have witnessed a wild ride over the past decade or so, as long-established businesses are shuttered and replaced (for better or worse), and vacant spaces developed into [...]
Some feared that Hurricane Sandy would stifle the waterfront dreams of city planners and private development companies. They needn’t have worried. True, there are many NYC apartment buildings in need of repairs six months after the superstorm, and many more are still using exterior, “temporary” generators for their power. Also, the A train to Rockaway [...]
At first glance (and second… and third…), the newish Los Perros Locos, specializing in Colombian hot dogs, looks like just another drunk-food joint, all you need to know, done. The menu is filled with crazy, kitchen-sink concoctions (several include crushed Fritos; most have at least two kinds of sauce) called things like the “Pablo Escobar” and the [...]
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