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NYC Food & Drink Events: Fall Edition

Over the next few months, New York City will be home to many wine and food festivals, tastings, conventions, and pub crawls. As you know, the food in NYC is one of my favorite parts of living here.   1,115 more words

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NYC Art, Design, and Cultural Events: Fall Edition

With the recent onslaught of hot, humid days, it’s hard to believe that Fall is fast approaching. Before we know it, we’ll be trading our beach gear for scarves and sweaters. 1,646 more words

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Another offroad riding post.

Today is the last day of vacation.  That is always such a sad statement to write.  Last day.  Funny thing is, you never write something about the first day of vacation, at least I never do.   491 more words

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The Upper West Side for a Lifestyle Change - The New York Times

The home chosen by Ms. Guzman is very similar to my UWS listing, which is also in the 90s and has many of the same amenities. 14 more words

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Central Park West Rental Listing: High Floor Alcove Studio

Welcome to 16T at 382 Central Park West: a spacious, high floor, alcove studio drenched in sunlight from its commanding southern view of Manhattan and Central Park. 80 more words

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Top Developers in Queens

As I mentioned in my recent spotlight on Queens, recent efforts to rezone Long Island City, Court Square, and Queens Plaza have resulted in a number of developers investing in these areas and all over the borough. 569 more words

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Spotlight on Queens

Queens, New York’s second most populous borough, has been deemed “the next big thing” in New York City real estate development. With recent efforts to rezone parts of Long Island City, Court Square, and Queens Plaza for residential purposes, developers are investing heavily in these areas and are expected to continue moving east. 495 more words

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