Monthly Archives: March 2011

Bar 3 – Pete’s Tavern (Union Square)

Continuing on my journey through NYC’s historic bars, we come to Pete’s Tavern: Let me start off by saying that Pete’s is BY FAR my favorite of the “historical” bars that I have been to so far…. It should not … Continue reading

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Guster at Irving Plaza

Monday night, AKM and I attended a Guster concert at Irving Plaza right off Union Square. This was only the second time I had seen Guster, but the first time was pretty memorable at the Wiltern in LA.  Irving Plaza, … Continue reading

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What’s Next Spiderman?

Spiderman Turn Off the Dark just can’t stay away from the headlines.  Finally, though, the headlines this week were something we could cheer about.  As you know, I have seen this train wreck of a show and spoke about it … Continue reading

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DMB in Atlantic City

It’s amazing that I’ve been at this blog for several weeks now and this is my first Dave Matthews Band post…  Anyway … DMB just announced their much rumored festival show in Atlantic City this June.  The boys will play … Continue reading

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NYC Historic Downtown Pub Crawl

Last Saturday night, AKM and I decided to do a Historic Downtown Pub Crawl lead by NYC Discovery Tours (I would include a link to their website, but they don’t have one (should have been our first clue)). I have … Continue reading

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The Gael Pub – My Upper East Side Bar

As I mentioned in my previous post about Ulysses, everyone needs a neighborhood bar.  One of my biggest frustrations about living in LA was that I never found one.  Anytime I traveled (except for Kuwait, of course) I never had … Continue reading

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New York by Gehry

A few weeks ago, NYC’s new high rise apartment building opened for public viewing.  New York by Gehry is the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere (according to their website) and frankly, awesome to look at.  The north, east … Continue reading

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