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“Chiling” with Friends

Its been a wet week here in New York and it made going out this past weekend very uninspiring.  So Friday night we had Mike’s brother, Anthony and a couple of friends over to hang out and watch a movie. … Continue reading

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Earth Day this weekend!

Earth Day is this Friday, April 22nd!  Always a fun day to reflect and give back to Mother Nature, I think Earth Day is one of my favorite holidays! Having troubles figuring out what to do and where to join … Continue reading

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Always lovely in Tannersville, NY

Tannersville, NY not to be confused with Tannersville, PA which according to Google Search is way more popular, is a really special place to me.  As much as I love the stimulation of New York City sometimes the whole “concrete … Continue reading

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Imagina a Paz

A couple of weeks ago my boyfriend, Mike (who was somewhat hurt I left his name out of the Orchid Show post, oops sorry!) and I went to the Yoko Ono and Friends to Japan with Love benefit show at … Continue reading

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Not your everyday Pâté

My friend Jess and I were having a ladies dinner last night and I invited her over to my apartment to have a glass of wine before we went out.  I would normally run downstairs to our little market and … Continue reading

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Orchid Show

Last Saturday my boyfriend and I and two other couples met at Grand Central Station and made our way up to the New York Botanical Garden’s Orchid Show.  Taking the Metro Train North was super easy and a quick 25 … Continue reading

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Juice Madness

Growing up in a basketball family, March Madness was a very important time in our house.  We would sit on the couch together to watch the games, listen to my father discuss each play, and root for the underdogs.   My … Continue reading

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April Flowers

When I woke up to a rainy Friday I continued to repeat the well-known phrase, “April showers bring May flowers.”  As I did my rebellious nature started to get the best of me.  I wasn’t going to let the rain … Continue reading

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Will you be there?

My girlfriend Helena, the Youth Marketing Coordinator for Peta2, sent me this link a few weeks ago and I was so happy when my phone calendar went off to remind me of the event. I’m definitely going to stop by … Continue reading

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Radicchiously easy and Butternutsly good

So after my first post about this Spring Awakening I was having, in true New York “spring” form it snowed.  With the temperature heading back into the 30s, I was craving a night of good tivo and something warm in my belly. A little … Continue reading

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