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It’s National French Toast Day, in these United States.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

I was on my way to the ferry one recent morning, but had to make a quick stop nearby Queens Plaza. 1,236 more words

New York City

The New York Marathon – 26.2 Miles, 5 Bridges, 5 Boroughs, Conquered (Part 2 – Giving Thanks to Brooklyn and Queens).

Good morning/afternoon/evening everyone,

I hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving and haven’t got sick of eating Turkey yet. As someone who isn’t American, Thanksgiving is a new concept to me. 666 more words

Queens: Queensboro Bridge to Citi Field

It is long-run season for so many runners who are training for fall marathons and everyone knows that a long run can be a something of a chore. 1,677 more words

New York

Lenox Hill

I hadn’t seen the part of New York called Lenox Hill when I read an article about it some months ago. Walking about this neighbourhood, I enjoyed the vibe of a friendly mixed use neighbourhood. 380 more words

Architecture

Roosevelt Island Residents Say Tram Repairs Are Creating Nightmare Delays

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Tram troubles have been upsetting people on Roosevelt Island.

Commuters complained that construction is causing long lines and long waits.

Crowds have been past the turnstiles with lines down the stairs, and riding the Roosevelt Island tram hasn’t been easy. 267 more words

News

Disconnected

I took the F train to the Lexington Avenue-63rd Street Station and came out on the 3rd Avenue exit. As I took the elevator up to the street I passed several mosaics, the last of which you can see in the photo below. 125 more words

Art

buzzing polyhedron

It’s National Vanilla Custard Day, in these United States.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

One insists on a couple of cups of coffee in the morning, accompanied by a bit of quiet time to read the papers. 639 more words

New York City