My aunt, bless her soul, was trying to reason with an eight year old, when reasoning didn't work, she asked me if I could think logical about what it was I wanted to do....logical? what was that!!
So that was that! It was a leap year full of hopes and expectations; sadness’s and joys this is an assemblage of news items you might have missed and some we all wish just never happened at all, I wish we could all work to make 2013 a better year but nevertheless I wish all our read...
Hurricane Sandy may have devastating several corners of the city, but it will not dampen the spirit of its citizens to continue living.
New York City has banned tall (big) soda drinks and has started the fight against beverages that cause health problems. It is the first city in the US to say goodbye to big soda by initiating the ban on large-sized soft drinks, from the second week of September, 2012, just before the ...
Central Park is a New York City landmark and a popular destination for both tourists and New Yorkers. Millions of people visit the park every year. With much to see and enjoy, and so much ground to cover, you will always have a wonderful time when you visit the park.
True story about two 30 something backpackers travelling around the world the long way around. Quit their jobs, sold all of their possessions, said good bye to their friends and family and early one morning got into a beat up old van and started driving east.
A glimpse at the price of Gold and Silver today in New York City.
I went to New York in January 2012 for 5 days. Here is what I thought of the Empire State Building when I visited it.
A tale about how one small nut changed the world forever
New York City is "a city that never sleeps". There is so much to see and do in New York City that you need to spend at least a week here when you come for a visit.
Slavery and rebellion in the Northern State of New York
The Hollywood's Happiest Married Couple gives birth to a child.
Best-Selling Author Valentinno Scheduled 2012 Book Tour at Trump World Towers!
Being dubbed as the largest city in the United States, New York city is often hailed as one of the world's most important business centers. As part of its business center, considering the outcome of tourism into this place is also such a wonderful city to travel. Even at the number of...
A poem for Hurricane Irene. May everyone in her path be safe.
A (revised) fictionalized true story of a memorable encounter with a 'wise beggar' three decades ago, as a teenager in New York City--this encounter proved one of many stepping stones that led me towards a spiritual path.
I always thought i would like to read my poems out loud -- , but this one I would never get through without my eyes watering or a lump in my throat......but I hope you do too.
These are some of the Famous People Who Died on February 17 in History
these are the Famous People Born on February 9 in History
The famed Historic District of Greenwich Village in New York City (known simply as “the Village”) is like no other cultural center in the world. Home to the Beat Movement, East Coast Hippies, as well hundreds of renown artists, musicians, writers, and philosophers, it holds a uni...
This poem is an ode to Williamsburg, located in Brooklyn, right off of the Williamsburg Bridge. For the past three and a half years, I've been going to high school here. And I've learned so much because of it and not just in academics. I guess that when I take strolls around the neigh...
These are some of the famous People who died on New Year's Eve
These are some of the famous people who died on Christmas Eve
John Winston Lennon, taken on this day thirty years ago.
On his return, he allegedly began firing freely into the room, where nineteen year old Jessica Moore (a sophomore) was killed while trying to help her roommate Nakeisha Vanterpool.