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Street dancers in NYC

There is so much controversy in New York City about these guys dancing on the trains. I love them in the parks though, like they are doing here. This is a part of urban culture. They not only dance and yell SHOWTIME in the parks, … Continue readingStreet dancers in NYC

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Rap in Brooklyn

If you are a transplant like me, you likely grew up with some stereotypes of New York City as a whole. Depending on the era, it could be anything from crime, rap, hustle and bustle, many others, and all of the above. As I was … Continue readingRap in Brooklyn

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Coney Island 2015

I had the intentions to see a sunset at Coney Island, but Mother Nature did not agree. The sky over the ocean at Coney Island was an interesting site though.

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Let them have water

Typically when it gets hot, people go to public pools and run in water sprinklers. In New York City, public pools are crowded, and let’s face it. In a city of millions of people, I’m afraid there may not be enough chlorine to kill all … Continue readingLet them have water

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Want a bird with that stove?

I passed by this mom and pop shop in Brooklyn when I first moved to the area. I thought I was crazy to hear birds squawking out of an appliance store. Sure enough, there were birds being sold along side stoves and refrigerators!

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Selling out to the brunch crowd

This is an example of what happens when everyone goes to one trend and forgets actual personality. This includes Black Cat Cafe,  a simple, yet cozy,  cafe in New York City.

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Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl

If anyone is in Boston on June 2-4, 2015, make sure to go to the Jimmy Fund’s annual Scooper Bowl. It will be held at Government Center Plaza right outside the Government Center MBTA station.

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Sorry Cambodia

The western countries have not been known for any kind of modesty. It keeps getting worse. I’m sorry, Cambodia.

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Memorial Day 2015 in Prospect Park

There is nothing better than spending Memorial Day at a cookout. It is the day that welcomes summer, as many are out of school by now, and people have a three day weekend from work.

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