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New York's Midtown wears the holidays like no other place in America

Published Nov. 7, 2015

The world's most famous ice skating rink shimmers beneath what must be the most impressive urban tree, perhaps in the world, and the shop windows in the Center and along Fifth Avenue must be seen to be believed. Crowds queue to see the holiday spectacular at Radio City Music Hall and Times Square is decked out in green and red. And all America comes to check it out.


Our earliest childhood memories

Published June 13, 2014

Some people can recollect events that happened decades ago, others can't remember what they ate for breakfast. In any case, memories are an interesting aspect of being human and, if you don't think about them too often or for too long, they can add an emotional richness to your life.


Featured bartender: Aric Weston of The Yard and Branded

Published Nov. 4, 2011

At first, Aric Weston, who pours at Branded and The Yard at the Iron Horse Hotel, didn't want to conduct this interview. But in the end, he came around, bought us whiskeys, introduced us to delicious Italian Amarena Fabbri cherries and gave great responses.


Tourists get a new high in New York

Published July 28, 2011

Writers have invoked Jack and the Beanstalk and called it New York's levitating park. Imagine a peaceful ribbon of green with a walkway 30 feet in the air, snaking through a gritty section of a dense city. That is the High Line, an unusual and exhilarating urban park that is opening in sections on Manhattan's lower West Side.

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