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Bisous: Lille and the End of My European Travels

I decided during my time in Nürnberg that it would soon be time to head home. As amazing as my travels were around Europe, I felt that I needed to finally start to clot this money hemorrhage. 630 more words

Weekly Goals

Hi Everyone!

What a great weekend I had. I think its purely because I got to spend time away from my books, and you know, that is always is a plus. 479 more words

The Stuff That Sticks

Like millions of other people, I was working and living in New York City on September 11, 2001. Everyone has a 9/11 story. Riding into work this morning, my train car was full of people talking about that day. 666 more words

Life

they've given me a number and taken 'way my name

Early last Saturday afternoon I was sitting at a table at one of the local cafes on Park Avenue, leisurely sipping my caramel cappuccino, when I was approached by a tall stranger in a dark grey pin striped suit. 372 more words

Daily Post

Opportunities For Growth At Penn Station

Transportation officials hope to transform Penn Station into a complex where travelers are eager to experience the dining and retail offerings at the hub; similar to Grand Central Terminal where travelers can choose from various good coffee, dining and retail options, such as Shake Shack’s burgers, the GCT Market or Michael Jordan’s steaks. 222 more words

Local Market Buzz

In Debate Over Penn Station Restaurants, a Reflection of City's Transformation

In the long term, hardly any resident of, or regular visitor to New York avoids Penn Station. There it squats, obdurately begrimed in the lee of Madison Square Garden, a fetid nexus for passengers making Manhattan transfers, as well as those bound for more far flung locales. 652 more words

New York Times

Radio Stories - The Year 1977

The year 1977….is this a radio story, or one of “normal” life?  Well, 1977 was a pretty eventful year in my life, so I guess I’d have to say some of both.  3,129 more words

Radio Stories