Pages tagged with New York City

After decades of talk (and nearly as many of delays), a subway line reaching more of the residents of the Upper East Side, is opened to the public.
On Wednesday, March 30th, I attended a morning rally for Presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton at the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York.
A New York woman gives a homeless person the shoes off her feet on a crowded subway car and become an inspiration for giving.
At the height of rush hour, on November 9, 1965, several northeastern states and parts of Canada were hit with a power outage that lasted up to 13 hours and affected more than 30 million people.
Today is the 25th anniversary of New York’s renowned dog costume competition.
New York City is known for its nightlife and the relative higher cost of everything from a penthouse apartment to a dirty water hotdog (don't ask!). These are not mutually exclusive though, you can get the good life without the high cost!
During my commute on a Friday morning, I ran into my childhood friend named Sean at the Grand Central Terminal.
Pope Francis' two-day visit to New York City enriched the lives of thousands of New Yorkers who came out to be in his presence.
An early morning subway ride becomes the Mecca of hustling and entertainment.
A blonde-haired commuter and I reminisce about 9/11 on its 14th anniversary.
On Wednesday, August 26, 2015, I was invited to be a featured performer at the Rimes of the Ancient Mariner Event at the Three-Of-Cups Restaurant in the East Village of Manhattan. Here is my account.
Over 300 topless protesters bashed Mayor de Blasio's effort to banish the bare-breasted painted ladies of Times Square during a march in Manhattan.
While riding the subway, a group of strangers sang Happy Birthday to me.
This poem is about a young man’s personal “hatred” for the year 1990.
A subway ride leads to a conversation about courtesy and rudeness.
Two adults almost get into a physical altercation on a crowded uptown express 2 train.
FAO Schwarz flagship store closes after 29 years in business.
U.S. Women's Soccer Team Honored With NYC Ticker-Tape Parade.
This article is about my encounter with an old college friend at Grand Central Terminal.
This article is about my morning commute on the New York City Subway.
Milly has just discovered Dad in the storage room. He's been shot and Molly has been knocked out. Milly ran to the lobby for help but it was empty and she is now going around setting off every fire alarm she can find. She knows that will bring help.
Molly, Milly and Dad have just arrived in New York City. They are driving through traffic on their way to the apartment complex. Dad and Molly have gone over all Dad's notes and they think they know who the murderer is but, Milly's got a bad feeling about this take down.
Dad, Molly and Milly have just driven into New York City. It was the ride from hell. Milly is surprised that they are all in one piece. They are entering the apartment complex through the back entrance. There's a dark hallway they have to go down to get to the back steps. They ar...
Dad's planning on doing surveillance at the apartment complex where the murder took place. He doesn't want Molly or Milly tagging along and he's made this quite clear to mom. Molly doesn't care what Dad wants. She's packing up her night vision goggles and her mace. She's dragging ...
One of the most iconic cities in the world surely has to be the Big Apple. Millions of tourists visit this place every year, and for a good reason. The city offers so many places to see, that it can be a challenge for visitors to organize and view all of them. If you truly want to fin...
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