Saturday afternoon, my sister and I were walking back from Battery Park with three of the grandchildren.
The kids were running ahead on the Dog Free Zone boardwalk. 37 more words
New York City is seeking submissions as we speak for an art installation to memorialize LGBT “victims of hate, intolerance, and violence,” with a nod towards New York’s part in the history of queer activism. 280 more words
Splashing in a fountain made me feel like I was 5 again. No cares, no worries. Just trying not to get the water into my shoes.Like the world stopped. 46 more words
Once again in the news is media mogul Barry Diller’s futuristic offshore cultural pier development at Pier 55 on the Hudson River. The proposed park project, known informally as Diller Park after its main backer, who is chairman of IAC/InterActiveCorp and is married to fashion designer Diane Von Furstenburg, is helmed by the Hudson River Park Trust. 63 more words
This week marked my 11th “official” week of training for the Marathon and I celebrated by reaching my highest volume-week and longest single run. For my long run I decided to mix it up a bit and take in some flat distances with some inclines of three bridges in NYC. 328 more words
Is your pet dependent on you for all his needs, without lifting a finger, or should I say paw or hoof, to help? Here are a few New Yorkers of the furry four-legged variety who can teach your lazy, good-for-nothing pet a thing or two about the importance of good, hard work. 367 more words