Strolling the streets of the city, there is a lot of beauty to see. You just have to keep your eyes peeled...
The Irish Hunger Memorial in TriBeCa/Battery Park City, NYC. "The Irish Hunger Memorial, designed collaboratively by artist Brian Tolle, landscape architect Gail Wittwer-Laird, and architecture firm 1100 Architect, is located on a 0.5-acre (0.20 ha) site at the corner of Vesey Street and North End Avenue in the Battery Park City neighborhood of Manhattan in... Continue Reading →
My real introduction to Indian food was in the East Village in 1988. For two years I had lived on Seventh Street, a mere block from downtown's Little India, and for two years I resisted the sweet, mysterious curry scented wind that blew through my windows. Maybe it was fear, of the unknown cuisine or... Continue Reading →
UPDATED FISHING REPORTS from On The Water UPDATED FISHING REPORTS from Nor’east.com The winter of a fisherman is long and full of surreal, haunting dreams. They are dreams of mighty fish and hearty fights under the sun. Some of them we win, some we lose. We always we dream of the fight. You do... Continue Reading →
Downtown, New York below 14th Street, is a feast for the eyes and the ears. Here are a few new videos of Manhattan, between the skyscrapers. For more info on the rhinos CLICK HERE
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“If you wish happiness for an hour, get intoxicated. If you wish happiness for 3 days, get married. If you wish happiness for 8 days, kill a pig and eat it. If you wish happiness forever, then learn to fish...” –Unknown “Truth is stranger than fishin’ ” Jimmy Buffett As this long winter recedes... Continue Reading →
As the season of Saint Patrick approaches, here is a list of parades in the New York City area where you can get your Irish on! Friday, March 16, 2018 Newark, NJ – 1pm Starts on Mulberry St. near the Prudential Center, goes past Four Gateway Center, NJPAC, Military Park, St. Patrick’s Pro-Cathedral, the Newark... Continue Reading →