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Instruction for Inclusion!

Saturday night pool party? Well, close!  :)

Community organizations, please contact us at edu@harborlab.org to arrange for your mature teens and adults to learn basic kayaking safety and paddle strokes so that by spring they can join us on longer and more adventurous tours! 135 more words

certain amount

Holiday traditions, in today’s post.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Last Sunday, like every other history geek in Queens, I found myself at Queens Plaza waiting for the MTA’s annual “Holiday Nostalgia Trains” event to start. 843 more words

New York City

LIC Townhouse Steps from Socrates Sculpture Park

Wouldn’t you love to live steps from Socrates Sculpture Park in one of the most up-and-coming vibrant neighborhoods in Long Island City? Close to Vernon Blvd and some amazing local spots that you can’t miss. 73 more words

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Tickled in...

It’s time to let you in on some BIG CHANGES that are happening for our little family.

No. I’m not pregnant.

In 7 short weeks, we will no longer be New York City residents. 446 more words


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Stealing the Sky, in today’s post.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Last week, one was headed for Queens Plaza and accordingly marched down Jackson Avenue. The startling rapidity of construction going on in the area claws at my sanity, as in nearly half a century spent in NYC, I’ve never met anyone who said “Man, I really want to live in Queens Plaza.” Queens Plaza? 202 more words

New York City

Reorienting My Bliss in New York City! Part 7 – Cemetarys and nude men and diners!

Today we were setting out for some eclectic adventures. The first day of the work week for most, the second to last day of our wonderful trip. 947 more words

“I walked into the shelter with every intention of bringing home a fat Russian Blue kitty I had seen on their website. Before I had a chance to meet said kitty, the proprietor pulled me aside and asked if I was open to looking at another cat. 183 more words