Category Archives: NYC General

Deaf West’s Spring Awakening 

Last Friday night, I had the opportunity to check out the current revival of Spring Awakening that is running on Broadway.  Though it’s only been a few years since the original closed – this production is a welcomed addition to … Continue reading

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NYC Phil in Central Park

I know I owe a lot of post about my trip to London, but here’s a quick one as a warm up… Last Friday night, the NYC Philharmonic played a free show in Central Park. This is part of their … Continue reading

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Beer Here! – NYHS

“Beer Here” – catches your eye, right? This is the name of a new exhibit that recently opened at the New York Historical Society on the upper west side.  As some of you might know, I have a unique knowledge … Continue reading

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Beautiful NYC Day

Yesterday was almost a perfect day here in New York.  The sun was bright, flowers were starting to bloom and in the sun, it was almost warm.  Unfortunately, it was still a bit chilly and a bit breezy to be … Continue reading

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La Cage – A Review

This past Friday, I decided it had been too long since I’d seen a Broadway show.  The last one was Spiderman back in February.  Now that I’m here in NYC, I realize how easy it is to not see shows … Continue reading

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Bar 4: Bridge Cafe (Seaport)

The Bridge Cafe located at 279 Water Street is THE oldest bar in New York City.  Needless-to-say, this bar has been at the top of my list ever since I first read about it.  Currently, it is believed that the … Continue reading

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NY Transit Museum

This weekend, AKM and I decided to break out of our usual weekend day drinking and try something a bit more cultural.  We decided to visit the New York Transit Museum.  Located in a decommissioned Brooklyn subway station, this museum … Continue reading

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