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Nature Talk

Despite living in a major urban center (New York), I love nature!  Don’t know much about it, but  I’m eager to learn more, though quite frankly, this should not involve any activities such as sleeping on thin mats on the ground, or being less than 20 meters from full-service indoor plumbing. 919 more words

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Harlem's Community Murals

The Manhattan neighborhood of Harlem has a rich history as the birthplace of the Harlem Renaissance, a flourishing of African-American literature, art, and music that began in the late 1910s. 425 more words

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My favorite art in NYC blog -- take a look.

The Storm That Didn't Happen

Weather prediction has come a long way since the only way to know if rain was coming was when Pappy’s elbow gets a crick, but it’s still not perfect.  1,133 more words

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A Sacred Trust

There are few relationships so pure as that between a cabbie and his fare.  You begin the relationship as total strangers, and you leave the same way.  1,469 more words

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How to Experience Baseball in New York

Last week, we discussed the Importance of Being a Baseball Fan.  Here in New York, the real fans are the ones who listen obsessively to Sports Radio Sixty-Siiiiiix, Double-You Eff Ay Ennnn…the… 1,081 more words

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Yer Out.

It’s August, and New York City is hotter and sweatier than Satan’s armpit.  That means it’s time for baseball!

There are all kinds of sports and sport fans in New York  — New Jersey too,  which sometimes names local teams things like “The New York Giants” for the  775 more words

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Your next career

In New York, you’ve got to be flexible.  Have a plan A, and a plan B.  Being able to work at more than one job is a plus too.  1,494 more words

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