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How I started to slowly lose my chill about Covid19

March 12 at 3:18 PM

‘Mother, mother

There’s too many of you crying

Brother, brother, brother

There’s far too many of you dying

You know we’ve got to find a way… 1,214 more words


Faces of AWNY: Analisa Bell

Analisa Bell is a singer, storyteller and comedienne who arrived in New York five years ago to pursue her dream of performing cabaret in one of the most vibrant cities in the world. 860 more words

Faces Of AWNY

Back From Hiatus (or, How I Spent My Summer Vacation)

I know it’s been a long time since I’ve done a blog entry. You faithful readers have probably forgotten about me. It’s such a gift to be able to write and I do enjoy it, but I’ve been so busy. 588 more words


Faces of AWNY: Ann-Marie Everitt

Originally from Sydney, Ann-Marie Everitt, is a New York-based yoga teacher and yoga educator. In this edition of Faces of AWNY, Ann-Marie talks about her journey guided by a higher power, social justice, and private yoga. 1,661 more words

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Train Delay

And here is another story that has never been published anywhere except for on my other site. This is an old one, predating Superstorm Sandy, when the waters of the harbor really did flood the tunnels. 3,069 more words


Rieger Report®: JNK v. HYLV Two Very Different High Yield ETFs

JNK v. HYLV Two Very Different High Yield ETFs

Summary: JR compares the dominant junk bond ETF (JNK) to an upstart (HYLV) and their very different approaches to the junk bond markets. 7 more words


The Struggles of Cooking in a New York Kitchen

I want you to imagine cooking a meal inside a closet. With a cutting board size counter-top to prepare all your ingredients, a small stove crammed with multiple sauce pans, and an oven that doesn’t fit average sized baking pans. 680 more words

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