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uncanny subjects

Ain’t nothing like taking a walk in Queens.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

One was merely strolling about one recent afternoon, when a sudden whimsy manifested and my perambulatory route was altered to include a southerly crossing of Crescent Street. 655 more words

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Girls Love Travel NYC Meetup

Less than a year ago, the incredible and wonderful online community called Girls Love Travel was founded. Using Facebook as its platform, Girl Love Travel brings women young and old and from all corners of the world together to share and discuss travel and adventure stories, information, and general positivity.  509 more words


tangible miasma

The native art form of Queens, in today’s post.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Long has one postulated that the native art form of Queens is illegal dumping. 325 more words

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Tishman Speyer Central To Long Island City’s Evolution

As The Wall Street Journal reported this week, more than 11,000 condominiums and rental apartments have been built in the Queen’s neighborhood during the past decade, fueling the need for more high-quality office and retail spaces to support the new residents. 145 more words

Rob Speyer

secrets never

Wandering, always wandering.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

One fine and recent day, my steps carried me all over Western Queens. Well, not ALL over. I wasn’t in Elmhurst, Jackson Heights, or the forbidden Northern Shore in Astoria. 532 more words

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Long Island City: A Neighborhood With A Lot To Be Desired

Long Island is an extremely run of the mill rural territory – bunches of towns with nearby shops and eateries, separated by wide swaths of private neighborhoods and significant lanes with huge box stores and strip shopping centers.   363 more words

Long Island Real Estate

dormant organs

Sure is nice outside, except if you meet the Queens Cobbler.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

The single shoe phenomena has recently kicked back into gear around Wetsern Queens, which suggests to me that the Queens Cobbler is again active. 356 more words

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