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Bats and Coves

I thought it’d be nice to share some of my New York experiences for any of those with the wanderlust bug.

My fella recently graduated from… 1,062 more words

Coffee

Long Island Woman To Run 7 Marathons In 7 Days To Fight Cancer

GLEN COVE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) – A Long Island woman is embarking on a grueling journey that will help in the battle against cancer.

Glen Cove resident Eva Casale, 49, is an ultramarathoner who plans to run seven marathons in seven consecutive days, spanning 183.4 miles starting Monday afternoon. 439 more words

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the long and winding road

Over the course of my lifetime, I’ve gotten lost several times, some more significantly than others.    There was the infamous and legendary Fourth of July incident in the late 1980′s, all over a mountain full of blueberries.     328 more words

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Among Friends

“Red and green, go between.” (Unless they’re moving, that is.) This photo of a sunrise paddle near Davids Island is courtesy of our friend Rob. 230 more words

Kayaking

Appreciate Yourself: Success Story 1!

This post includes my first personal success story.  I decided to interview my aunt the beautiful Dolores Waller. Her lively spirit and passion for music has always inspired me.   363 more words

Usdan Center Students Handing Out 'Hope'

WHEATLEY HEIGHTS, New York, May 29

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

In times of destruction and sadness, it’s best to look for a silver lining.

That message – a message of hope – was put forth by students of the Usdan Center for the Creative and Performing Arts in Wheatley Heights with a project centered upon the horrors of hate events like the Holocaust, but also upon the achievements and success had by those who were able to live through such events. 478 more words

Andrew Wroblewski