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The Most Delicious Weekend Ever in NYC

My good friend Shannon came to visit from Boston this past weekend, and to say “we indulged” would be an understatement. From pizza to ice cream, we covered nearly every essential food group in two days. Our only redeeming factor … Continue reading

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How to stay warm this December

The first winter month is upon us, and although we’ve been fortunate to have mild weather recently, we all know the snow and freezing wind is coming soon. So here’s a list of my favorite ways to stay warm and … Continue reading

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Underground Bars in NYC

NYC is famous for its hidden speakeasies; little-known spots that you learn about through word of mouth, not through marketing or street signs. I recently experienced a few of these underground drinking holes, and highly recommend all of them for a fun … Continue reading

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War of the East Village Dumplings

Dumpling Man on St. Mark’s has been my go-to East Village dumpling spot for the past few years. The dumplings here are always fresh and made on the premises—right in front of you. And I like that the ingredients of … Continue reading

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Endless summer: A quiet weekend in Bradley Beach, NJ

Though Labor Day typically marks the last weekend of summer, NYC is suddenly experiencing our first big heat wave since June. In light of the weather, and for those who just can’t let go of summer, this post is dedicated … Continue reading

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A Perfect Weekend Getaway in the Hudson River Valley

If you are looking for a romantic, relaxing getaway near to New York City, look no further than Buttermilk Falls Inn and Spa in Milton, New York. Buttermilk Inn is just a 1 hour 45 minute train ride from New … Continue reading

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Culture in the city: The African Burial Ground

Yesterday, some friends and I took advantage of “Night at the Museums”, an evening of free entry to 13 downtown museums as part of the River to River festival. We decided to check out the African Burial Ground National Monument at … Continue reading

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