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Anticipating Coffee Porters

Sitting in a coffee shop writing this blog with the smell of bold roasted coffee beans make me think of cold winter days with a nice goblet glass full of coffee porter. 117 more words

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REVIEW: Black Bottle Brewery Cerealiously Count Chocula Stout

Around this time last year, a local brewery got some national press for their latest experiment. Some nutterbutter named Kristen had planned her entire year around the seasonal release of Count Chocula, but she flipped a shit when the entire town was sold out of the cereal on release day.  369 more words

Beer

Porters: the Unsung Heroes of Kilimanjaro

I actually am not sure that I can come up with a properly meaningful word to describe our Kilimanjaro porters. “Hardworking” doesn’t really do them justice. 135 more words

Kilimanjaro

Porters

Every year, thousands of people trek the Inca Trail. They usually complete the 45-km mountain route in about 4 days. For many, this experience is the journey of their lives and an accomplishment of personal ambition. 325 more words

Letters to the Editor, Aug. 6

Forty years at Peter Cooper Village, USA

August 1st marked four decades of my having lived at PCV. The management (MetLife) was the owner and operator in 1975. 686 more words

Letters To The Editor

Porters reassigned to cover more buildings

By Sabina Mollot

Porters employed in Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village recently learned that as of Monday, July 27, their schedules would be changed so that many of those who’d been working Monday to Friday would have to now work weekends, and on weekends, see their duties increased to cover three buildings instead of the standard two. 513 more words

Stuyvesant Town

Miska, The Girl Who'd Be A Sailor

Miska is a character who’s shown up in several of my drafts of various stories in the Elven Progenitors universe for a while now.  She started off as a secondary character in the backstory of another secondary character, but quickly took on a life of her own in my imagination.   1,094 more words

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