Tags » New York City

Memories from the City that Never Sleeps

The smell of halal food wafting up through the vents of our apartment in Times Sq. NYC is something I will never forget. It’s no wonder the people of the most famous city on Earth seem so fit, everyone walks at such a fast pace that it’s practically impossible to tell who’s a tourist, and who’s a local. 250 more words

Another excerpt from "Holiday Fear"

“What progress have you two guys made with the serial killer?” Gardiner barked. Johnson and Wilson looked knowingly at each other. They were in the lieutenant’s office. 350 more words

Urban Farming On Rooftops hits New York

Concepts for vertical forests and farms have grown in popularity due to the sustainable future they represent. Not only does the idea of creating vertical high-rise buildings that include trees and vegetation seem like an innovative and interesting idea, but the stylised renderings submitted by the industry’s best also help to create the urban paradise image. 425 more words

Ecology

Week 16

How many places have you lived? You can share the number of physical residences

I have only lived in two different places New York City and Charleston, South Carolina. 120 more words

Love

Book Reviews: Murder in the Worst Degree by F.M. Meredith and Runaway Man by David Handler

Murder in the Worst Degree
F.M. Meredith
Oak Tree Press, March 2014
ISBN 978-1-61009-145-9
Trade Paperback

Although Murder in the Worst Degree is the tenth book in… 685 more words

Full Reviews

Clinton Hill’s St. Luke’s Closing in June

The Daily News reports that a 145-year-old Brooklyn congregation, the St. Luke’s Evangelical Lutheran Church of Clinton Hill, will be closing its doors this coming June. 386 more words

New York City