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The Greatest Unfamiliar Familiar City

Shortly after I entered Shanghai, I visited NYC. I was so excited to visit home, I literally cried at the thought of going back to America. 639 more words

Review: Rachmaninoff Festival III, New York Philharmonic feat. Daniil Trifonov

Saturday, November 28 2015
David Geffen Hall, NYC

New York Philharmonic
Ludovic Morlot, conductor
Daniil Trifonov, piano

Rachmaninoff, Piano Concerto No. 3 (1909)
Rachmaninoff, Symphonic Dances (1940)
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They took you from me
Tears always seemed to plague your eyes, a devil conquering them.
They stole you from me,
The intellectual sweaters reeked of cigarette smoke, you stopped reading. 43 more words

Forget the NY subway, take a hike

Healthcare company Treated.com calculated how many calories that you could burn by avoiding the subway in New York City. The handy map and chart show how to get some exercise in while saving the time that you’d waste waiting for the train.


Knitting is Sitting for Creative People

I just Googled “knitting jokes” and that came up. Pretty good, ay?

I also know it to be true, because I spent most of the day last Sunday in Gowanus with the good people of… 379 more words


The Distinct Scent of NYC

Hello. This post is only expected to be slightly longer than the previous few because while we are finally back in our own homes, we are also kinda tired and still adapting to being back home. 225 more words

ACG Is Weirdo Who Demands Some Things Get Categorized While Claiming To Dislike Labeling