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Chris Brown: Allergic To Prosperity

Throughout history, there have been many examples of individuals who appear to be allergic to doing the right thing. Whether we’re talking about DMX, Bobby Brown or old school Robert Downey Jr., some people just seem impervious to prospering in life. 566 more words


Centuries of Eloise

Channeled the original Doyen of the Plaza for a new article-sized dose of time-traveling snacks and treats, curtesy of the New York Public Library‘s newly digitized selection of menus. 52 more words


In Praise of Old Hotels - Las Vegas, New Mexico

areI stopped off in Las Vegas, New Mexico, on the way home from a short visit with friends in Colorado Springs. I didn’t know much about Las Vegas. 1,584 more words


What We Did in New York / Things to Do in New York

The Memory Pool

The Faces of the Lost Ones on 9/11

A Column from the Building That Went Down

Day 1: We slept for a little while at the hotel to catch up on sleep, because we took a Red Eye flight. 1,321 more words

New York

Eloise is a brat

Kay Thompson’s Eloise is a picture book.

The pictures by Hilary Knight are charming. Eloise is not.

Eloise: A Book for Precocious Grown Ups by Kay Thompson… 194 more words

1956 Bestselling Novels

Print of the Week: The Plaza Hotel

It’s a new year and the Print of the Week is back! This week’s featured print is The Plaza Hotel in New York City. Built in 1907, The Plaza Hotel, or simply “The Plaza” as it’s known, is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the city. 112 more words

Fine Art Prints

I finally learned my lesson

I regret being a birthday party fuckwit. Evidently this can happen to anyone with a vagina and a child under seven. Why? Because we’re chronically exhausted and haven’t figured out our place on the maternal spectrum yet. 842 more words