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 →
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March is the month of transition when the north winds roar a winter's death rattle and saltwater fishermen wake from our long, haunted slumber and begin to slouch towards the brine. Early spring fishing in Battery Park, NYC. We mind the water temperature and pray for long sunny days that will heat up... Continue Reading →
The sky around Manhattan is only available in slivers, and for brief moments of time. Wait a minute and the light changes, turn a corner and a vista opens up. You have to be ready, in the moment, prepared for any obstacle and ready to receive gifts. These moments, when God's beautiful canvas juxtaposes and... Continue Reading →
Headed to Staten Island aboard Spirit of America to pick up my copy of the Sunday Staten Island Advance featuring excerpts from my book "Hook It & Cook It: Fishing, Dishing and Reminiscing with an Urban Angler". I bumped into my old buddy Billy Thatcher who gave me the insiders tour. Thanks to Captain Henry... Continue Reading →
“You’ll find there’s never a dull moment in this house” -The Dowager Countess, Violet "EXPERIENCE THE HISTORY • THE FASHION • THE HOUSE Downton Abbey: The Exhibition, based on the beloved television show, transports you to post-Edwardian England, where the characters and the iconic house come to life. You’ll be immersed in the fascinating social... Continue Reading →
A great day with friends on aboard the Capitol Princess sailing out of Manhattan up the East River, through Hell’s Gate and into the Long Island Sound for blackfish. Aboard the Capitol Princess for November Blackfish- You don’t get many days like this in late November. Eric Collins, whose family has run Capitol Fishing Tackle... Continue Reading →