• I absolutely hate not being connected, it’s a fact. This fact is particularly apparent …

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  • One of my favorite spots to eat in the Divisadero area is Horsefeather, hands down. …

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  • I vaguely knew about Crop Over. And by that I mean I had seen Rhianna’…

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  • If you’ve never explored the Brooklyn culinary scene, you’re truly missing out. I’…

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  • DIY: Gingerbread House

    I hope everyone has been having a fantastic holiday season! One of my favorite traditions when coming home for the holidays is constructing a sweet, 100% edible gingerbread masterpiece. I love candy- I really do- so having the chance to create a fun, delicious and adorable house adorned with all my favorite candies is basically a dream come true! Plus…
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    One World Observatory

    Visiting the One World Observatory at One World Trade Center is an unbelievable experience and something you should absolutely do at least once in your life! The observatory is located on the 100th, 101st and 102nd floors of One World Trade Center, the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. It offers outstanding panoramic views of New York City’s iconic sights, buildings…
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    NYC Spotlight: Parm

    If you’re craving out-of-this-world meatballs, look no further than Parm. Meatball parms are one of my favorite types of sandwich and this place does not disappoint! Parm is a super cute, diner-esk looking Italian-American eatery that serves classic dishes from baked ziti and rigatoni to fantastic parmigiana sandwiches (obviously) all served in red, plastic baskets. They also have a full-service…
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    The Radio City Christmas Spectacular

    Christmas time in NYC is fantastic and after spending nearly 7 years here, it’s no surprise that NYC has some one-of-a-kind holiday traditions that can’t be beaten elsewhere. One tradition is watching the long-legged, hyper spirited and talented dance troupe, The Rockettes, showcased in Radio City’s Christmas Spectacular. The show has been kicking off the holiday season since 1933 and consistently…
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    Fall Foliage Cruise in Cold Spring, NY

    A lovely thing about being in New York is the changing seasons. To celebrate one of my best friend’s birthdays, we decided to venture on a catamaran fall foliage cruise that jetted up the gorgeous tree-lined Hudson River to the adorable and historical small town of Cold Spring, NY. Despite the clear skies, it was freezing on the way up thanks to the icy—yet refreshing—air blowing…
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