New York City & Central Park

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September 29, 2012: Selena attending the Global Citizen Festival at Central Park in New York City, New York
Do not forget that Trump called for the execution of five innocent black and Hispanic teens in New York City.
Black THUG beats up & mugs white man playing Pokomon on his phone, as he walks in Central Park, New York City, this morning... PUNK THUG!!
Flashback: Hakeem Olajuwon & Shaq ride a bike in New York City's Central Park in summer of 1995 for Taco Bell ad
New York City would be a dream come true! Me and my partner would be in our element! 5th Ave, Central Park, wo!
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Central Park explosion in New York City - one man critical - Daily Star
Emma Watson go out in Central Park in New York City
Strawberry Fields, (in New York City's Central Park,) is dedicated to the memory of John Lennon.
Best place to see New York City in the spring time! If you're in the area head to Central Park lik…
Gimme all of them 🌸 @ Tavern on the Green, Central Park, New York City
Today in 1984, Part of Central Park in New York City was renamed Strawberry Fields in honor of John Lennon.
Central Park, New York City... Spring is a whisper. on the earth’s lips.
From the heart of Central Park in New York City on a beautiful morning. Near Sheep's Meadow, the Ice Skating Rink and the Dairy.
Sanjay Gandhi National Park of Mumbai is like the Central Park of New York City. Please do not destroy it 😠
Gorgeous day in New York City today! Can't wait to walk the streets of Manhattan later, Central Park or Times Square, taking photos.
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Blizzard in Central Park: The snow began to fall in New York City around 3am on Jan 23rd …
Just Pinned to CITY: Plaza Hotel in New York City, NYC - near Central Park. Read on for 10 top things to do (and to…
New York City - Central Park in summer and winter by juliak188
Scott Fisher Says: First SNOW of the season in Central Park, New York City. Courtesy
I finally took to Central Park in New York City this past weekend... and then it rained on us.
The Duck Dynasty popped the question to Brighton Thompson, 19, in New York City's Central Park on Tuesday during a family …
Eating at Tavern on the Green's Central Park, New York City tonight
Red Mountain Park, a 1200-acre space, is one of the biggest urban parks in the country & 40 percent bigger than New York City's Central Park
Beautiful Day for a stroll in Central Park @ New York City - Upper East Side
Autumn in Central Park - New York City. It's a wonderful time to be in this fast paced city. The…
Revelers gather across New York City for Halloween festivities via Ha! is Central!
Walking through New York City and Central Park and all I want to do now is re read The Last Olympian
Street performer playing music in Central Park, New York City. A throwback to that one ti…
to take a walk through Central Park in New York City.
Let's go to New York City during the winter and fall in love in a snow covered Central Park.
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Central Park isn't the biggest park in New York City. Pelham Bay Park is three times bigger.
Central Park, New York City is a must go place
Central Park, New York City as seen from the heavens
The boys will be at the Rumsey Playfield. It's located right off the 5th Avenue and 72nd Street entrance to Central Park in New York City.
Central Park in New York City never looked so good.
The fourth annual Global Citizen Festival & it's gonna happen on Great Lawn of New York City's Central Park on September 26th.
New York City is incredible in the sun. Having a day round Central Park!
married couple Taylor Swift and Harry Styles seen with their daughter @ Central Park in New York City
Useless, invisible do-nothing New York City Mayor DeBlasio is closing vehicle access to Central Park north of...
Next Friday! July 3! will be on & performing LIVE in Central Park in New York City!…
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Tavern on the Green in New York City's Central Park adds a beer garden:
Ringo, Paul and John visiting Central Park in New York City during first Tour in the US February 1964
Staring at the sun with my love and apparently my glass eye @ Central Park, New York City
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travelinglens: Central Park - New York City in the springtime...
Central Park - New York City in the springtime...
This spring, get better acquainted with New York City's Central Park
At -- Central Park, New York City painted in a shade of Autumn.
" Porsche maneuvers thru the city like New York sewers. Stinkin' up the air, Central Park, horse manure" - Nas
Nature meets city in New York City's Central Park. Photo by Anh Dinh.
Mystical view of New York City at Central Park by daysareshort
Select beautiful wallpapers and discover the world: A rainy day in Central Park, New York City
Our final (we hope!) snowfall here in New York City covers Central Park (upper left) and Columbus Circle (lower...
We drove all night to get to New York City for a free show in Central Park. Five people in an ancient Hyundai Excel. It was insane.
They way everyone’s talking about the snow letdown, you’d think New York City got a light dusting. Central Park got 10 inches!
A walk through snow covered Central Park is one of the highlights on New York City.
Times Square, Central Park, Brooklyn Bridge... If you only have one day to explore New York City, where will you go?
New York City may be a concrete jungle and yet there is always some place you can go to when you find yourself yearning for a little bit of nature and quiet - and that place is not necessarily Central Park, the city's salvific 843-acre green lung. There are smaller and less obvious green
LONDON - Bono says he may never play guitar again due to injuries suffered in a New York City cycling accident. The U2 singer suffered multiple injuries, including fractures to his left eye socket, shoulder blade and left elbow, when he crashed his bike in Central Park in November. He required hours of surgery after what doctors called a "high-energy bicycle accident." Writing on the band's website Thursday, Bono said that "recovery has been more difficult than I thought. As I write this, it is not clear that I will ever play guitar again." He added that his bandmates "have reminded me that neither they nor Western civilization are depending on this." Bono said he would "have to concentrate hard" to be ready for U2's planned tour later this year.
Countdown is awesome. Fireworks in Central Park, love the New York City.
Harry with fans at the Central Park in New York City (December 17, 2014)
New York City & Central Park in snow at night, 1937:
Actor Danny Glover showed his support for horse carriage drivers in New York City's Central Park.
The Mayor of New York City is 'WORRIED ABOUT THE HORSES THAT PULL CARRIAGES BY CENTRAL PARK" With everything going on now in the City with real people, that's HORSE-CRAP. Does New York City have a recall vote.
Sunrise in Central Park after a snowstorm in New York City, New York.
I couldn't resist the shear style, even in the snow. Central Park, New York City by Jose Vazquez
Central Park covered by snow, New York City (by Ron Diel)
Central Park, it was magical meeting you. New York City, you have my heart. @ NewYork City
Barry B. Benson (Jerry Seinfeld) is "just an ordinary bee" in a hive in Sheep Meadow, Central Park in New York City.
Had a great time getting to see Central Park in New York City today with the family before we left, but we're all happy to be back in Oklahoma!
Ice rink in NYC's Central Park shuts for season: One of New York City's Central Park ice rinks is closed for the…
Cycling in New York City. Bike messenger status. Central Park. Music from Man of Steel and Rocky IV soundtracks. Shot with a GoPro.
Oh, Fall in NYC: how you make us feel poetic. we head to Central Park
I can't help it! I am getting so emotional watching all my runner peeps finish the TCS New York City Marathon. It is as if I am in Central Park watching them cross the finish line. I am now running back to capture my last two friends on the course. Let's bring in Eileen and Joanne!
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Caroline Wozniacki celebrates alongside Serena Williams, as the media looks on after finishing in the Pro Women's division during the 2014 TCS New York City Marathon in Central Park on November 2! ❤️
Bethesda Fountain in Central Park, New York City, New York. Go to or just c
I want to be in New York City walking through Central Park with a pumpkin spice latte in cold weather. Sigh.
That's it. I'm quitting school, quitting my job, and moving to New York City to be a bum in Central Park 🗽🌃
My New series "America's First National Park in the Fall".. Central Park, New York City. By Paul Vetrano / Critic ,.With over four hundred acres smack in the center of the biggest city in the World.. Central park is filled with all kinds of interesting sites. Lakes, ponds,bridges,a large Merry Go Round..a Zoo, horse paths.. hansome cabs..jogging lanes, open fields, ice skating rink, concert shell, and of course great restaurants.
Today’s History: °1779 The Luddite riots being in Manchester, England in reaction to machinery for spinning cotton. °1888 The Washington Monument, designed by Robert Mills, opens to the public. ◦1906 Joseph Farwell Glidden died. Glidden, an Illinois farmer, received a patent for the first commercial barbed wire on November 24, 1874. The beginning of the end to open range and the cowboy. Glidden formed the Barb Fence Company with Isaac L. Ellwood, and became one of the wealthiest men in the country. ◦1941 Carmen Miranda recorded ‘The Man with the Lollipop Song.’ °1941 President Franklin D. Roosevelt requests congressional approval for arming U.S. merchant ships. ◦1946 ‘The Iceman Cometh’ opened in New York City. °1949 Harvard Law School begins admitting women. ◦1985 Strawberry Fields, a 2 1/2 acre garden memorial in New York City’s Central Park, was dedicated to John Lennon. ◦1996 World’s largest grilled cheese sandwich was made, 3,000 pounds. °1999 Last flight of the Lockheed ...
If you live in New York City, go visit Strawberry Fields in Central Park for John Lennon's birthday today.
Bear cub found dead in New York City
A dead black bear cub is found in New York City's Central Park, baffling police and residents at a loss to explain how it got there.
I have enjoyed a variety of unique performance experiences during my years in New York City. Opening for Suicide at the knitting factory after running into Martin Rev in the East Village some months earlier. Opening for Moby the Hammerstein ballroom. Opening for Bebel Gilberto twice at Summer stage in Central Park. Playing with Mondo Grosso, Mixmaster Morris, MUM, and Richard Dorfmeister at the Soho and Tribeca grand hotels. I loved playing at Cielo with Jazzanova and Ben Watt. I also loved playing Giant Step events with Peter Kruder and Fauna Flash. Christian Prommer And Roland Appel rock! Mono Mono was probably my favorite place to play. Especially when Susan Sarandon was in the audience. And she's still hot. My earliest gigs at *** The Galapagos art space when it was still in Williamsburg, and the video bar Void were a blast. At Void I had the unique experience of working with Genesis P. Orridge. And playing chilled drum and bass with DJ DB at Halcyon it was still on Smith Street in Carroll Ga ...
Jay Z and Beyoncé brought a little dose of On the Run to Central Park on Saturday for the Global Citizens Festival broadcasted live from New York City.
To launch the POLO for Women Spring 2015 collection, Ralph Lauren created a film celebrating New York City—and projected it onto a 60-foot-tall wall of water in the heart of Central Park. Watch highlights and go behind the scenes of this groundbreaking fusion of fashion and technology
This guy, Lenny Hoops, teaches people how to hula hoop in Central Park, New York City. While participants struggle to master this extremely difficult art of ...
New York City, Ice Skate in Central Park and visit Tiffany's!
New York -- A federal judge officially approved New York City's $41 million settlement with the Central Park Five on Friday, bringing to an end a decades-long legal battle for the five men wrongfully convicted in a high-profile sexual assault case in...
0wned by DodePersie ~ Central Park is only the fifth biggest park in New York City.
More cool photos of NY!: Selfie Sunday. Central Park. New York City by michael__glover
Beautiful Day! Can't wait to get back to New York City and Central Park!
From ABC News: Before Florida Georgia Line rocked the stage Friday at Good Morning America's Summer Concert Series, they made a special announcement fans have been waiting for. "We got some new information on our brand new album, record two," Brian Kelley teased, before saying, "Release date is October 14th, 2014." Tyler Hubbard then dished on the album's title. "We had to call this one Anything Goes. That's our motto for the album too," he said to cheers from New York City's Central Park. The country duo said the album is very much inspired by where they are in their careers right now. "It's just where we are in life at this point, and where we've grown and who we've become," Tyler added. "And to be honest we've learned a lot from our fans. We've learned a lot from playing every single night for the last three years. So we're excited. We tried to step up our game and we're ready for you guys to hear it." During the concert, FGL performed their brand new single "Dirt," and also rocked out to "Cruise."
day 30 you would be an architecture? which one you would be? Over the past weeks body painter Trina Merry has been filling the streets of New York with body painted models. Using her brush to seamlessly camouflage their body into the world behind, she’s been painting her mostly nude subjects in front of famous landmarks like the Brooklyn Bridge, Guggenheim Museum, Empire State Building, Central Park and the New York City skyline.
Interesting Facts about the World: - Monaco is smaller than Central Park in New York City. - 99% of Libya is a desert. - Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta is the world’s busiest airport.
REGGAE IN NEW York City’S CENTRAL PARK! Reggae music fans are in for a treat on July 26 when Central Park Summerstage showcases the only reggae concert of their 2014 season at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park. While the diverse and largest, free festival in New York City is slated to offer 105 performing arts events from June to August this year, Caribbean music gets a singular afternoon to show-off a few of its best. Grammy winning, Jamaican reggae artists Junior “One Blood” Reid and Chonixx are the top billing names for the concert. And fans of the genre will have more than a few reasons to revel at the cultural, midsummer free fete. For starters there is no entrance fee to see Chronixx, one of Jamaica’s top reggae acts. And with birds chirping their own melody among the trees in Manhattan’s best-known recreational space, a forecast of less than 96 degrees in the shade; easy access to public transportation, the bonus comes with the fact Chronixx will headline the four-hour reggae-fest on the 1 ...
Only in New York City the middle of Central Park 72nd street. .. this not even the Highlight of the park... just an appetizer on a regular basis every weekend for free...
Top Catalan bands and Headbirds play Sunday in New York City's Central Park
attends the 2009 FOX UpFront after party at Wollman Rink, Central Park on May 18, 2009 in New York City.
A TREE GROWS IN CENTRAL PARK Davy Jones began his American career on the Broadway stage as a teen, in 1963, in New York City. He came to America to star as the Artful Dodger in the musical, Oliver!. He made quite an impression with his tremendous talent and outgoing personality. He was even nominated for a Tony Award. He loved New York City, and New York City loved him. He spent time in Central Park when he needed to seek refuge from the glory of the bright lights of Broadway. He had a favorite tree he liked to sit under and there he would spend time reflecting. We are having a dedication ceremony on June 21st, 2015 in Central Park to dedicate this tree to Davy's memory. This web page is going to contain all of the information about that wonderful ceremony that is going to take place next June. Many exciting preparations have taken place already. Come and join us in the celebration of the life of Davy---it will be an event of music, skits, testimonials, lots of fun and beautiful memories! Com ...
I swear it doesn't feel like you're walking through all of that “Central Park, New York City
"Central Park, New York City oh city of angels
Cleopatra's Needle at sunrise in Central Park, New York City from our trip to America in March. Took a…
A man photographs the sunset in New York City. @ Central Park 5av and 59th Street NYC
Sunset in New York City. The 27th of June, 2014. @ Central Park 5av and 59th Street NYC
In 10 years I'll be living in a penthouse in New York City overlooking Central Park
North Korea's entire nuclear payload could not take out Central Park in New York City, their prized flagship...
The 'Central Park 5' - wrongly convicted for crime which shocked the entire nation - to settle with New York City...
A beautiful introduction to New York City! Meeting humansofny in Central Park while waiting for Kira…
A Chinese recycling tycoon aims to feed 1,000 poor Americans and give each attendee $300 at a charitable lunch in New York City's Central Park next week. Learn more about the story:
Chen Guangbiao, ‘Eccentric’ Chinese Billionaire Invites 1000 Homeless Americans to Lunch in New York City. He invites “destitute” Americans to dine at Central Park Boat House with him in late June. According to the South China Morning Post, Chen will feed his guests a nice lunch and then give each of them a red packet with $300.Uhum
When day turns to night - view of Central Park from the top of the Rockefeller Center in New York City
David Julius Caesar Salad sets up his manual typewriter in New York City's Central Park, prompting passersby to pick a subject. It's poetry on demand: He types out the poem while patrons wait on the benches nearby, and reads the poem to them when he's finished.
Y'all means ALL-- Governor Phil Bryant will be in New York City on Saturday for the 35th annual “Mississippi Homecoming” picnic in Central Park. This event is intended to entice business owners and retirees to relocate to Mississippi, but LGBTQ residents of the state are raising questions about whether Governor Bryant is actually working to create the welcoming place that he’s advertising this weekend. We will observe moment of silence and silent protest of Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant’s anti-LGBTQ, anti-woman, and anti-immigrant political agenda at 12:30 in central park- can we count on your support?
A few months ago, a friend called me to tell me about a remarkable choir and orchestra. She continued to tell me how the Florida Worship Choir and Orchestra would be traveling to New York City to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ through song. When I heard words like Central Park, Times Square, Carnegie Hall and Brooklyn Tabernacle, I was in awe of the doors that God had opened for ministry. Little did I know that I would have the opportunity to not only join the choir, but that I would also be able to participate in this life-changing mission trip. It was evident that God walked ahead of us every step of the way. I also began to realize that this was not truly my first multi-day mission trip, even though it technically was. Through this trip, I began to more fully understand that we are a reflection of Jesus Christ to everyone around us. People look at us to see if we are smiling or if we look angry, if we are kind or rude to others, if we love our neighbor as ourselves. We don’t have to be on a mission ...
The Concert in Central Park is the first live album by American folk rock duo Simon & Garfunkel, released in February 1982 on Warner Bros. Records. It was recorded in September 1981 at a free benefit concert in Central Park, New York City. Proceeds went toward the redevelopment and maintenance of the run-down green space in the middle of Manhattan. This concert, album and video marked the start of a short-lived reunion for Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel. The concert took place on Saturday, September 19, 1981, on the Great Lawn, the central open space of Central Park. The first spectators, many carrying chairs or picnic blankets, arrived at daybreak to secure a good spot. The Parks Department originally expected about 300,000 attendees. Although rain fell throughout the day and continued until the start of the concert, an estimated 500,000 audience members made this the seventh-largest concert attendance in history. After the second song, "Homeward Bound", Simon delivered a short speech which began, "Well, i ...
What a fabulous trip to New York City! Three packed sightseeing days including seeing the Statue of Liberty, the new One World Center building, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, Radio City Music Hall, Top of the Rock, Central Park, seeing a Broadway show, Times Square, Chinatown, and so much more! Travel with the Bensenville Park District on overnight motorcoach trips and you travel with friendly people, organized and entertaining escorts, and you don't have to worry about the details - we take care of it for you! Each brochure has new overnight and extended trips for you to consider. Be a part of the fun!
Day Seven in New York City: For those who have followed our trip, sorry, but it has been awhile since I have written. However, I am not done with our trip yet...we do have about 5 more days to go. On Friday we headed back up north to Central Park. We had relaxed the day before, so I was hoping my feet would cooperate and not hurt as we attempted to traverse the entire park. That not being the case, as it is huge, we did probably tour about one third of it. A little back ground about Central Park: It was built in 1857 and then expanded in 1858 when two me won a design competition. This was completed in 1873. I always thought that Central Park was an area that had been preserved from the concrete jungle, however, it was actually carved out of the paved landscape of Manhattan. More dynamite was used to score the land then they used in the Battle of Gettysburg. Throughout the years the parks upkeep came and went, but once taken over by the Central Park Conservancy the park is thriving in all its glory and is ...
1986. New York City. A self-published comic book creator (Madeleine Stowe), dying of a rare form of brain cancer, strikes up a whirlwind relationship with a rising star (Brad Pitt) in the NYPD as she researches law enforcement for her final graphic novel. Convinced that the newly-risen AIDS virus is genocidal conspiracy created by the World Health Organization and that Ronald Reagan is a reptillian alien, the comics creator soon attracts the attention of a noted therapist (David Morse), who is fascinated with what he believes are the effects of cancer on an already damaged mind; a German theatre director (Bruce Willis), himself dying -- not of cancer, but of AIDS; a wise homeless woman (Carol Florence) living in Central Park; a retired cop (Christopher Plummer) who is convinced she's responsible for the one crime he could never solve; and her reclusive, widower landlord (Christopher Meloni), who dreams of a political career.
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Photoset of Liam and Harry dancing with a Statue of Liberty impersonator outside of Central Park in New York City. htt…
What a top first day in New York City!! Visited Times Square by day and night, Grand Central Station, New York Public library, Bloomingdales and Central Park - and topped it off watching origin in an Australian pub with a sharks fan from Kareela - small world.Feels like a dream! :)
Justin Bieber listens to some tunes while skateboarding shirtless in Central Park on Monday (May 26) in New York City. The 20-year-old entertainer was joined by a buff bodyguard and his mentor Usher. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Justin Bieber “Runnin with who do u think is faster,
Fun times at Central Park and Madame Tussaud wax museum in New York City!!!
Bob Marley DAY-MAY 11 ,WORLDWIDE. 33rd Annual Tribute to the Reggae Legends - Bob Day 2014 May 11, 1981: Bob Marley dies:In what would prove to be the next to the last concert of his tragically short life, Bob Marley shared the bill at Madison Square Garden with the hugely popular American funk band The Commodores. With no costumes, no choreography and no set design to speak of, "The reggae star had the majority of his listeners on their feet and in the palm of his hand," according to New York Times critic Robert Palmer. "After this show of strength, and Mr. Marley's intense singing and electric stage presence, the Commodores were a letdown." Only days after his triumphant shows in New York City, Bob Marley collapsed while jogging in Central Park and later received a grim diagnosis: a cancerous growth on an old soccer injury on his big toe had metastasized and spread to Marley's brain, liver and lungs. Less than eight months later, on May 11, 1981, Bob Marley, the soul and international face of reggae mus ...
Stars of rock, pop, country, dance and hip-hop will be taking the stage in New York City's Central Park this summer, as part of Good Morning America's annual Summer Concert Series.  Among the big names who'll be entertaining the crowds at the free shows every Friday starting May 23 are Jennifer Lope…
Frederick Law Olmsted (April 26, 1822 – Aug 28, 1903) American landscape architect, journalist, social critic, and public administrator. He is popularly considered to be the father of American landscape architecture, although many scholars have bestowed that title upon Andrew Jackson Downing. Olmsted was famous for co-designing many well-known urban parks with his senior partner Calvert Vaux, including Central Park and Prospect Park in New York City, as well as Elm Park (Worcester, Massachusetts), considered by many to be the first municipal park in America. Other projects that Olmsted was involved in include the country's first and oldest coordinated system of public parks and parkways in Buffalo, New York; the country's oldest state park, the Niagara Reservation in Niagara Falls, New York; one of the first planned communities in the United States, Riverside, Illinois; Mount Royal Park in Montreal, Quebec; the Emerald Necklace in Boston, Massachusetts; Highland Park in Rochester, New York; Belle Isle P ...
The American Irish Historical Society is in New York City on 5th ave by Central Park. Lovely people!
Justin Bieber posted a heart wrenching picture on Instagram after arriving at Central Park in New York City on April 26. The grainy pic of Justin standing alone and the caption under the photo has ...
Curt and I are heading to New York City tomorrow! I have the priviledge to speak at Hephzibah House on Saturday. Our gracious host extended an invitation to come early and "tour". We are staying a block from Central Park! The Heimers' are going to the "Big Apple". Yes, you can laugh at the thought...we are true "country folk".
My dear friend (even since childhood) Gerry and I had a blast in New York City yesterday! It was so cold, but we still walked 30 some blocks to the Metropolitan Museum of Art (hurray!) from our drop-off point. Then the 40 some blocks back down to midtown seemed like a snap on the return walk down Fifth Avenue and Central Park. What we learned at the museum: Throughout history, unsung artisans of enormous talent have been creating the most stunning, opulent, and intricately detailed (with scenes of attractive people, birds, horses, flowers, and intriguing designs) SWORDS, shields, daggers, and guns of all kinds, along with armor and accoutrements related to battle. I want to honor those artisans/craftsman/masters of creation who came up with all of these (not considering what they were used for ... brutal times .).
What is your favorite thing to see/do when visiting New York City with your family? Central Park, the American Museum of Natural History or the Empire State Building?
Published: 2014/04/16 Phil Lesh and Friends will perform at Rumsey Playfield in New York City?s Central Park on Wednesday, May 28.
The Official website of Central Park, New York City, including things to see and do, events, map, and tours. Discover Central Park with our free Central Park app!
New York City was all abloom this weekend - and nearly 80 degrees. What a treat! My room had a lovely view of Central Park. As I walked past him at Trump Towers, I wished "The Donald" a good morning as he awaited his entourage.! Only in New York - Walked EVERYWHERE. Logged blocks in hrs.
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My dream is to live in a New York City apartment with a view of Central Park
Day 2 in New York City--- a very long day with a chance to work out, breakfast with classmates, an excellent narrator for our guided six hour bus tour which included a visit to the 9/11 Memorial and a chance to see the Survivor Tree and the two 30 foot waterfalls-- a very overwhelming experience. We also walked parts of Central Park, saw dozens of iconic landmarks like The Empire State Building, The Donald Trump Tower, and I was able to go to my first ever Broadway Musical--- Wicked! It was all amazing! As we walked past Lennon's Imagine mosaic tiles in Central Park it was easy to connect with what John Lennon sang so beautifully, he is not the only dreamer. Life is too short to not dream big--- Days like today really accentuate how much of a dreamer I am--I love to Imagine what today and tomorrow will bring.I am going to keep dreaming big. You should too.
Brilliant day and a half in New York City- Saw Times Square, wondered around beautiful Grand Central Station with a slice of pizza in my hand, had a yummy burger at Ruby Tuesdays, got a yellow cab,went to the top of the Rockefeller and saw the most fantastic views, strolled in the sun around Central Park for hours while eating a large pretzel, had a tasty Chinese in China Town, wondered around soho and Little Italy, got cheesecake near Madison square and finally walked up broadway past the Empire State Building! My neck hurts from looking up so much,but so worth the pain- good bye New York, its been delightfully splendid 😄 x
[Lady Gaga Give A Tour Of Her NYC Apartment] Lady Gaga is posted up in New York City all week for her seven-show residency to close out Roseland Ballroom, so she invited MTV’s Sway Calloway to her apartment to see where she hunkers down in between engagements. And it looked pretty much exactly how you’d expect Mother Monster’s lair to look. The walls of Chez Gaga’s entryway are painted with giant tropical fronds, and the unit is adorned with chandeliers, golden accents and countless other extravagant decorations, while her bedroom looks like it was hit by a cyclone of sparkled boots and masquerade costumes. The star was quick to point out that her apartment is a rental, and that Liza Minnelli and Tony Bennett were prior tenants. After treating Sway to some tea with a set given to her by Donatella Versace, she took him out to the balcony, which boasts a breathtaking view of Central Park. Watch the tour up top. Get an eyeful of even more pop music coverage, from artist interviews to exclusive perfor ...
True Story: An awful lot of $2 Hot-dogs. Call it the half-million-dollar hot dog cart. Mohammad Mastafa of Astoria, Queens, has to sell almost that much in drinks and snacks annually to break even on the pushcart he owns at Fifth Avenue and East 62nd Street near the Central Park Zoo. He pays the city’s parks department $289,500 a year just for the right to operate his single cart there. It may seem like an exorbitant amount of money, but it isn’t shocking to many of the other food vendors like Mr. Mastafa who compete to operate pushcarts in New York City parks. The zoo entrance drew the highest bid among the 150 pushcart sites in public parks, but the operators of four other carts in and around Central Park also pay the city more than $200,000 a year each. In fact, the 20 highest license fees, each exceeding $100,000, are all for Central Park carts.
New York City bucket list: Elena Nartker- Times Square, Linda Mossner Nartker- run 6 miles in Central Park (all of us!), me- Broadway show. 2 down and 1 to go!
Having a great time in New York City! Had an amazing time at a dance class, shopping, saw Rock of Ages, Violet, and Once! Central Park, Times Square, a whole weekend in a beautiful city with my great friends! So sad we are leaving today!
Want to go see this in 2015 when I go back to New York City! I didn't realize it was in Central Park
Happy Saturday FB Friends! "Saturday in the Park" is a song written by Robert Lamm and recorded by the group Chicago for their 1972 album Chicago V, with Lamm on piano and lead vocals and Peter Cetera on bass and backing vocals. The single version hit on the Billboard Hot 100. According to fellow Chicago member Walter Parazaider, Lamm was inspired to write the song during the recording of V in New York City on July 4, 1971: "Robert came back to the hotel from Central Park very excited after seeing the steel drum players, singers, dancers, and jugglers. I said, 'Man, it's time to put music to this!
BEST SALESMAN AWARD Once upon a time there was a successful business man taking his lunch break and going for a walk in Central Park in New York City. He found a dying bum in the bushes so he rushed him to the ER. He had an important meeting to go to and this event was making him miss it. It was a business deal of a lifetime. If he closed this deal, he would be salesman of the year. But instead, he found himself mesmerized by a story this dying bum was telling him. The bum started talking. The businessman leaned over to catch the words. The nurse got her tray of supplies ready in the next room. She could see them clearly through the glass. The dying bum started talking, and he said... I was just like you, sonny. Fancy suit, fancy car, lots of money. I was the man in charge. The next planned move with the next calculated result was 99.997% known beyond the shadow of a doubt. It was all well planned and well organized. A smooth running, well oiled machine. But there was one problem. I had it all: my own bra ...
New York City relay, thousands of people run from Brooklyn, through Central Park, Time Square and down to Battery Park.
They're off and running on a chilly morning in Central Park for today's New York City Half Marathon. And it won't get much warmer for today, with highs in the 30's. Amy Freeze has the full AccuWeather forecast:
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"So cold in New York City - I was walking through Central Park, saw a squirrel freezing his nuts." - Too good
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There have been 31 days of at or below freezing temperatures at New York City's Central Park since Nov. 1 -...
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By: James Daniels PIX 11 reported last week that New York City jogger Peter Shankman was ticketed for jogging through Central Park
Just saw Liam Neeson run afoul of the absolutist PC and PETA agenda of Jon Stewart on The Daily Show. Liam said the new mayor of New York City was wrongly attacking the horse-drawn carriage businesses at Central Park. Stewart didn't have the guts to directly disagree, but tried to be cute and suggest that it was cruel to keep horses in a stall, feed them twice a day and have them pull their carriages through the park. Liam said the people treat the horses like their children, and that's what the horses are trained to do, and Stewart smirked and said that they COULD be trained to hang out in meadows. Liam stood up and pretended to challenge Stewart to fight about it ... at least as an excellent actor, he made it seem like he was pretending (he wasn't, though; he wanted to smack Stewart in his smart *** mouth). It struck me that, first, Jon Stewart doesn't know anything about horses, and, second, Stewart and his ilk presume that a creature like a horse --- or an American --- would be happier loungi ...
Still yet to find a hot dog anywhere near the standard of the hot dog stall near Central Park in New York City!
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Politics students at The Sixth Form College, Solihull were recently treated to a visit to New York City to explore US political institutions. The visit saw some students return for a second year. Second year A level student Joe Rogers commented, “Last year’s trip was so informative and enjoyable that some of us were eager to make a return visit.” Included in the visit was a tour of the United Nations, the World Trade Centre site, the East Side Tenement Museum and the Empire State Building. They had a guided tour of Central Park and saw the Statue of Liberty, took a stroll along the recently developed Highline elevated walk and saw other famous landmarks amid wintry conditions in the Big Apple. Assistant Curriculum Leader, Mike Pattison said, “Each year we try to experience something different which is relevant to the A level curriculum. This year we visited New York’s Supreme Court, which was fascinating. Students were able to observe evidence being presented in a firearms trial.” The students ...
i was gonna say the government is using their weather machine again. but did u know Holding the previous record for the biggest snowstorm in New York City history, the blizzard of 1947 dropped 26.4 inches of snow in Central Park over two days (December 26-27). As moisture in the Gulf Stream fed the storm's energy, the City was paralyzed when the blizzard barreled its way through, stranding cars and buses in the streets, halting subway service, and claiming 77 lives.
New York City Tours The Metropolitan Museum of Art, located in New York City, is the largest art museum in the United States, and one of the ten largest in the world, with the most significant art collections. Its permanent collection contains more than two million works, divided among seventeen curatorial departments.The main building, located on the eastern edge of Central Park along Manhattan's Museum Mile, is by area one of the world's largest art galleries. There is also a much smaller second location at "The Cloisters" in Upper Manhattan that features medieval art. Represented in the permanent collection are works of art from classical antiquity and Ancient Egypt, paintings and sculptures from nearly all the European masters, and an extensive collection of American and Modern Art. The Met also maintains extensive holdings of African, Asian, Oceanic, Byzantine, and Islamic art.The museum is also home to encyclopedic collections of musical instruments, costumes and accessories, and antique weapons and ...
A big thanks to Elisha Savage Gentry & Eileen Mann At Looking Forward Travel Agency for helping me book the perfect Honeymoon for Leslie Hines And myself. We will be headed off to New York City for 7 full days of double decker tour bus rides, Ellis Island and The Statue of Liberty at night, Ground Zero and the Freedom Tower, Times Square, picnic in Central Park, Wicked and Cinderella on Broadway, Good Morning America, the tonight show with David Letterman , The Brooklyn Bridge, An evening show at the Metropolitan Opera House, The Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Staying in the Westin Grand Central within walking distance of all major attractions with an amazing view, dinner at amazing restaraunts and if we get there in time from our flight Sunday we can go to listen to the Brooklyn Tabernacle choir.. And to finish up the perfect week with tours of New and Old Yankee Stadium and tickets to the Knicks game that night at Madison Square Garden before we return home Saturday to get to be with our won ...
mairi's list of what she did in New York. Empire State, Central Park, Central Park Zoo, Natural History Museum, Matilda and newsies on Broadway, dunkin donuts, country karaoke bar, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Staten Island Ferry, New York subway, -21 degree weather, bagels, nuts from a vender, 2feet of snow, Tiffany's, Super Bowl trophy, Ground Zero, got my photo taken for the New York City times, Berlin Wall, Times Square, She is at JFK waiting to fly to Dublin
In New York City, 11 inches of snow fell in Central Park, setting a record for the January date.
Did you know? Frederick Law Olmsted, landscape architect of Niagara Falls State Park, USA, also designed Central Park in New York City!
AAEP veterinarian lends voice in Support of the NYC Carriage Horses. Carriage Horses I Inspected Were Healthy and Content Harry W. Werner, a past president of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, owns Werner Equine in North Granby, Conn. UPDATED JANUARY 17, 2014, 5:44 PM In February 2010, I visited four carriage horse stables in New York City at the invitation of a member of the Carriage Operators of North America. I was accompanied by an experienced equine surgeon, as well as a veterinarian who is an horsewoman with a special interest in animal behavior. Given free access to all areas of the stables and to the horses’ veterinary records, we reviewed the husbandry, veterinary care and farrier care the horses received. Our daylong inspection ended with a carriage ride through Central Park, which enabled us to inspect the horses at work. The American Association of Equine Practitioners paid all expenses associated with our visit, and we were not compensated by the carriage industry. On a visi ...
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My hone city: The film The Place Beyond the Pines, featuring Bradley Cooper and Ryan Gosling, began filming in 2011 near the Schenectady Police Headquarters and other areas of Schenectady. The movie was released in March 2013.[13] The 2008 film Synecdoche, New York is partially set in Schenectady (and a few scenes were filmed in Schenectady), and plays on the aural similarity between the city's name and the figure of speech synecdoche. The 2009 film, Winter of Frozen Dreams was entirely filmed in Schenectady County, but is set in Wisconsin. It features the City of Schenectady, the town of Rotterdam, NY, and the Village of Scotia, NY. The film stars Thora Birch as real life Wisconsin murderer, Barbara Hoffman, and Keith Carradine as the detective who is determined to catch her. The remake of the film The Time Machine starring Guy Pearce, features Schenectady's Central Park in the ice skating scenes.[14] This park was substituted for New York City's Central Park. The 1973 film The Way We Were was filmed on ...
NYC carriage ban: Is New York's love affair with horses over? New York may soon ban horse-drawn carriage rides in Manhattan. Is this the end of a long love affair between the city and these animals? Or is an urban lifestyle unfair for horses? Soon after his inauguration as the mayor of New York City, Bill De Blasio announced that he wanted to end the era of horse-drawn carriage rides in Central Park. He has put a team in place to determine the legislative steps necessary to fulfil a campaign promise to outlaw the practice. "Bill De Blasio will end the inhumane treatment of carriage horses and supports an immediate ban on abuse of carriage horses," reads his campaign website. Instead, De Blasio proposes replacing the horse-drawn carriage - which has a long history as a Tourist Attraction and iconic image - with a fleet of vintage electric cars. Proponents say the carriage rides are an important part of the city's history. "Many years ago there were thousands of horses in New York. They helped build the cit ...
Marriott Opens North America’s Tallest Hotel in New York City. New York welcomes the opening of an iconic addition to the skyline, a combined 378-room Courtyard hotel and 261-suite Residence Inn hotel in Midtown Manhattan. The impressive 68-story building is just steps from Central Park and Times Square. The hotels offer guests convenient access to Carnegie Hall, the Broadway Theater District, Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall. As one of the top travel destinations in the world, New York City welcomed 54.3 million visitors in 2013. Whether traveling on business or pleasure, guests will enjoy the complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. In addition, each room delivers 1.25 gigabytes of bandwidth with horizontal and vertical fiber optical cable network that allows for fast, extensive use on multiple devices at one time. Smart TVs offer 60 HD channels.
Here, from above, is luminous snowy nighttime Central Park & New York City 1937:
New York City Mayor-elect Bill De Blasio said that one of his first acts after taking office this week will be to ban horse-drawn carriages in Central Park. Speaking at a news conference Monday, De Blasio said it was inhumane to expose the horses to the city's dangerous streets. …
Bill De Blasio , the new mayor of New York City , has been getting grief for making a priority of banishing horse-drawn carriages from Central Park in Manhattan . It was one of his campaign promises and he announced at a news conference on Monday—two days before he was sworn in—that the…
2013 was a load of absolute balls, but after all the horribleness and drama I will finish this year a lot happier and stronger than I was at the beginning of it, which is a great wee surprise. I made some really amazing friends in Ireland, especially Neil Óhagan and Kellie O'Hagan, who basically saved me from a black pit during the summer. I explored New York City, and witnessed many amazing shows on Broadway, had hot dogs in Central Park, and met the beautiful Tina Fey. I even enjoyed Ibrox with Gregg Oneill, Stephen Rundle and all the IOM lads!! I got to walk Carmella Mckay down the aisle in Cuba which is one of the happiest memories of my life! I watched the US open with Kevin Spacey, I bumped into Jason Segal on the Subway! I've seen Fergie retire, laughed at Moyes and seen my beloved Liverpool play like a force again, and I Met a special new person and excited to see what will happen with that. No resolutions for 2014 for me except to be happy (and go to Canada to see the fam). Enjoy your 2014 folks ...
It’s the most wonderful time of the year and Christmas in New York City provides a spectacular sight, with Christmas trees, department-store window displays and other holiday attractions popping up around the city. Spending the holidays in NYC is an experience unlike any other. Ice skating in Times Square, watching the snow glisten in Central Park, and viewing the winter wonderland displays in flagship stores along Fifth Avenue has made NYC a popular spot for celebrating Christmas. As the holiday approaches and last-minute shoppers stampede through malls to buy presents for everyone on their list, a new poll has shown that Christmas has lost its religious meaning for many Americans. Caroling, candlelight and church will be enjoyed by some Americans while others prefer last minute bargain hunting or trips to visit family. Christmas has largely lost its religious meaning and became an occasion focused on visiting family and friends and exchanging gifts. Clement, Boqueria, Manzanilla, Al Fiori, The Smith . ...
“Central Park, New York City would do anything to live here 🙏🙏🌆😫
“Central Park in Autumn, New York City. why don't I live here yet
"Central Park in Autumn, New York City. I will live here one day
Currently, New York City because I live there. I love wandering around St. Marks or Central Park, observing p...
Suffolk County cops need help finding a teenage girl with special needs who has been missing for more than a week. Authorities issued a Silver Alert for Melissa Didaniele, 17, of East Northport. She left home on December 2, 2013, and was last seen in Central Park in New York City on December 6, poli...
Tuesday Trivia! Holiday at Central Park Thom loved visiting Central Park…and thought it was truly is a focal point of beauty, natural harmony, and a showcase for the people of New York. He said, “Central Park is an amazing focal point for New York City. People of all cultures and backgrounds enjoy its natural setting nestled deep within the walls of this iconic city. The Holiday Season adds a special charm to the park as holiday lights illuminate the snow dusted ground and chilled winding creek. In the background, The Plaza Hotel stoically braves the winter air. A stone’s throw away the merchants of Fifth Avenue ply their holiday goods as New Yorkers hurry to complete their holiday preparations. In every sense, the city is in full celebration.”
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Weekend so far: Wake up Friday to take Jessica Mazzeo Eastridge to a cardiologist appointment. Get to the car to see two suitcases and a card with my name on it. Open card and find out we're not going to a cardiologist but instead are going somewhere else. 2 hours later we're in New York City walking around Times Square on our way to see the New York Philharmonic perform Felix Mendelssohn's Scottish Symphony! After getting lost on the subway we finally make our way back to the hotel room and go to sleep. Woke up this morning planning to go to Little Italy for food and then see Central Park. Instead I woke up with another card and two tickets to see Der Rosenkavalier by Richard Strauss performed by The Metropolitan Opera. In row H too! Thank you Jessica, Ken Dillon, Rhoda Dillon, Joseph Mazzeo, and Janice Meyer Mazzeo for making this such a great weekend. It's not over yet either!
December 2013 calendar of family events in and around NYC. Thanksgiving and Hanukkah may be over, but the Holiday Season is really just getting started in New York City! 1 Dip was candles and stitch a quilt in Prospect Park to prep for a 19th-century-style winter. 2 Craft holiday cards and jam out to the Pop Ups at the annual Winter's Eve festival. 3 Avoid winding weekend lines and snap a photo with St. Nick at Macy's Santaland. 4 Brave the crowds in Rock Center to watch the lighting of the famous holiday tree. 5 Sip cocoa and sing carols as colorful lights bring holiday cheer to Central Park. 6 Watch Tanzanian stilt walkers and Ethiopian jugglers perform at circus spectacle Mother Africa. 7 Listen to Robert Sabuda read from his new pop-up book, The Little Mermaid, at MoMA Design Store. 8 Watch as our city's bravest rescue Santa from atop the NYC Fire Museum. 9 Hit the pavement to take in festive window displays at department stores around the city. 10 Duck into the majestic Big Apple Circus tent for live ...
Well I think a Holiday day trip to New York City for the Family and what ever friends are interested. A little Times Square, Rockafeller Center and a carriage ride thru Central Park. Let me know if anyone is interested. Make it happen in like two weeks. Nothing like it. Good start to the Holiday Season.
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I wanna go on a romantic vacation this winter to New York City stay in a beautiful hotel room in Manhattan walk down 5th avenue go Ice skating in Central Park make out under the 100 foot tree in Rockefeller Center go see the city from the top of the Empire State Building hold hands and walk around Central Park with a light snow fall make sweet passionate love in a candle lit hotel room with a bottle of champagne in a bucket of ice two glasses chilled chocolate covered strawberries fury handcuffs edible lotions massage oil nipple clamps and a bottle of jack Daniels single barrel
Had a wonderful day in New York City with Samantha yesterday. It took my mind off of my stressful week. We had lunch and desert at Serendipity 3, bought Cyrus a teddy bear at FAO Schwarz, walked around Central Park, then had drinks at a wine bar at Rockefeller Center. The tree is wrapped by scaffolds in order that it may be decorated and lighted, but that didn't stop the crowds. We also got some delicious chocolates at Godiva. Love New York.
Really Keri Cook Johnson, you gave me the I don't know if I can think of 11 things people don't already know about me...but here it goes: 1. I have watched a Broadway play at the Gershwin Theater, watched the Nuggets play at Madison Square Garden, and jogged in Central Park! : ) I LOVE New York City! 2. Even though I don't like snow, I love to snowmobile! 3. I can get teary/cry easily.I especially have a soft spot for older people. Have you seen the new Kohl's commercial where the couple secretly decorates the older lady's apartment for Christmas? Yep, that made me teary! 4. I love public speaking...I spoke at an FBLA conference, at our high school graduation, and at a large reading conference in Denver. 5. I was accepted to a flight attendant school in Florida while debating if I should really be a teacher. 6. Growing up, my parents always owned their own businesses. My favorite was what would now be compared to a Dairy Queen. Thus my love of ice cream! 7. I use to help my dad in our campground by drivin ...
Been out n about all day, from 8am til 8pm - Yankee Stadium in Bronx, uptown tour round Harlem, Upper West Side and Central Park. Afternoon at the Rockerfeller building and Empire State in sun then upto 102 floor for nighttime shots. It's now our Last night in New York City, so were off out for a few beers. Legs are feeling good too
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Central Park. Probably the last fine Sunday of the year. Jenny and I took the opportunity to stroll around Central Park in New York City. I wonder what Fredrick Law Olmstead would have thought of his finest creation a century and a half after he laid it out in what was then farmland and swamp north of New York. I'd say he did a magnificent job. I used to go there often in my youth. From Shakespeare at the Delacorte Theater to hanging around Bethesda Fountain with my guitar until the drum-circle crowd drove us out. It's all very recognizable, but it's changed in a lot of ways. More crowded than back then. More multi-lingual. More signs and maps identifying the places I knew, but not by name. The last photo is a crummy photo, but I'm proud of it. Look at the size of the parking space I squeezed Jenny's car into. Born and bred in THAT briar patch, B'rere Fox.
Wow. New York City is incredible. What an amazing trip. Statue of Liberty, Monday Night Football, Broadway, Central Park... never ending!
what a wonderful engagement photography session set! We took this esession around Central Park, Chrysler Building, Empire State Building and ends it at Times Square in manhattan, New York City!
I read somewhere that although the streets of Paris and London were designed for leisurely, meandering strolls, that was not the case of the streets in New York City. They were "built on a grid that amplifies and feeds the relentless pace of life here." I agree. New York streets are not meant for strolling, much less meandering. They are meant for charging ahead, onward as far as your feet can take you. I'll never forget all those Saturday mornings, fall, winter and spring, when I'd put on my sneakers, layered my clothes and charged up to Broadway, across from Houston, heading toward 6th Avenue, and from there head up north, walking with a purpose all the way to Columbia University; doing the little detour at the entrance to Central Park, crossing the street on 72nd; and still charging ahead until four to five hours later I would enter the little hallway pizzeria on Broadway and W 114 -- or was it 113 -- that sold the largest and cheapest slices in the city. I'd buy my huge slice of pizza ($1 plus $1 more ...
As overheard while walking through Central Park today: "He had to move to New York City to realize he likes nature." I grew up surrounded by incredible nature but Central Park gets me every time. Especially in the Fall.
New York City, maybe a street down from Central Park, in six years that's where you'll find me
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Banksy, the elusive British street artist who has been causing a stir in New York City in recent weeks, pulled off another fantastic stunt over the weekend, selling his spray artwork from a Central Park vendor stall for $60 apiece.
I am so glad that upstate New Yorkers have the honor of paying so much money and losing so much water to the urbanites in New York City. I am sure NYC appreciates the sacrifice. Eight miles of water: underground with Manhattan's new aquatic lifeline After over 40 years, New York has a new water tunnel to serve its millions By Dante D'Orazio on October 19, 2013 10:00 am Email 11Comments REUTERS/Mike Segar New York Water Tunnel. New Yorkers will proudly tell you that the city has some of the finest tap water that you can find. But for nearly a century, all of Manhattan has been served by a single water tunnel that hasn’t been shut down for maintenance since it first opened in 1917. That’s no longer the case. The city has finally completed work on a water tunnel designed to provide some redundancy to Manhattan’s lifeline. The tunnel runs 500 feet below the surface and is 12 feet in diameter. The section activated this week runs for 8.5 miles, serving all of Manhattan below Central Park. Ten separate sh ...
The minority report: the impact of US foreign policy on ethnic communities Guardian Professional Monday 14 October 2013 Policies abroad have led to rising violence at home. Could a review before the UN human rights committee be the reminder the US government needs to protect the rights of all people? Hansdeep Singh, Jaspreet Singh and Hannah Shirey in New York City On 21 September Dr Prabhjot Singh, a Columbia professor, was viciously attacked by a group of 20 young men near Central Park in New York City. Like all practising Sikh, Dr Singh had a beard and was wearing a turban. His attackers had set upon him on bikes, yelling "Get Osama" and calling him a "terrorist." They did not see him as an American, a physician from the neighbourhood, or someone deserving dignity; they only saw the manifestation of the "other." Such attacks are not isolated incidents. They are symptomatic of larger structural problems in the US, often fuelled by government policies, both foreign and domestic, that arouse suspicion and ...
As part of his on-going “Better Out Than In” street exhibition in New York City, Banksy continues to surprise us. Today the artist presents the stall that he had setup the day before in Central Park, selling original artwork of …
"The Central Park Five" really good Ken Burns documentary on a topic that is a black eye on the New York City and NYPD justice system. With Jen Dorry
Today: homemade vegetable soup, planning and packing for the weekend in New York City. I'm looking forward to seeing those of you who will be there tomorrow at the Central Park meet and those who will be at the convention on Sunday, and staying with some awesome roommates!
29 years ago tonight, Rosanne Cash and I attended a dinner party hosted by Yoko Ono at the Dakota in New York City, I as Ms Cash's record producer and she as one of the artists selected to perform a song for Yoko Ono's tribute album. I was seated next to a barefoot Steve Jobs, and across the table from Walter Cronkite, Rosanne, I believe, sat at our hostess's table. Besides Jobs's testy humor and Cronkite's world class gravitas, my most vivid memory from that evening is of the famous white, grand piano sitting in front of the apartment's large picture window overlooking Central Park. RC
I was reading one man’s account of running the New York Marathon, and here is want he said; "The first half of the New York City Marathon is a party. 28000 other runners surround you and crowds are lining the streets cheering you on. You feel like you could run forever. At Mile 13 you cross over into Manhattan and the party is over! At around mile 16 you hit the wall. You’re absolutely miserable. Physically and psychologically you are busted. Bryan Wilkerson put it this way… I remember passing one of the first aid stations where runners were lying on cots, pale and gaunt. Some even had IV’s in their arms. In my mind I thought LUCKY DOGS. At that point I began to despair. I imagined myself going home and having to tell everyone that I didn’t finish. Why did I ever sign up for this? What ever made me think that I could do it? That’s when it hit me. One way or another I had to get to Central Park. I had no car, no money for a cab, and no phone to call someone. Whether walking or r ...
Actor Gerard Butler poses backstage at the 2013 Global Citizen Festival in Central Park to end extreme poverty on September 28, 2013 in New York City. Get premium, high-resolution news photos at Getty Images India.
Today in Rock September Twenty Fourth Featured Artist Dave Matthews Band Dave Matthews Band The Dave Matthews Band perform a free concert in Central Park as part of a fund-raiser for music programs in New York City schools. So how does a free concert raise money? It's sponsored by AOL. 2003 1940's Wings keyboardist and Paul's wife, Linda McCartney is born. 1942 1950's Mister Rock and Roll, the story of legendary Rock promoter and DJ Alan Freed, premieres. The film has appearances by Chuck Berry and Little Richard. 1957 1960's Jimi Hendrix Jimi Hendrix The Beatles "Eleanor Rigby" peaks at Meanwhile, Jimi Hendrix flies to London to become a Rock star. 1966 1970's The first Elvis Presley convention is held in Memphis. It comes a month after Presley's death. 1977 Fleetwood Mac`s "Don`t Stop" peaks at However, an Arkansas fan, Bill Clinton, revives the song using as his presidential campaign theme song in '92. 1977 1980's ZZ Top ZZ Top ZZ Top’s "Eliminator," containing "Legs" and "Sharp Dressed Man," go ...
Day 9 in New York City: Crazy morning but it was all good when we started our day at our favorite Central Park with yummy chili dog & burger. Hiked around the park to get to the Museum of Natural History and roamed around as if it was a night at the museum with Ben Stiller ( so cool!). Enjoyed an educational time with lots dinosaur bones and dead animals (yes, textu?)... Took the subway to Rockefellar center to enjoy the touristy crowd and shopped quite abit at the NBC store (friends!).. Then headed o another touristy spot.. The Empire State Building for some NY view from the 86th floor (and *** it was the crowdest 86th floor I've been to). Gorgeous sunset view was well worth the squeezing and pushing. Finally ended the night back at our favorite Salt & Fat. This time we ordered the uni toast, korean wrap, fried chicken, and duck breast. We had the same waiter and even met the chef, David Yi! So cool! We got back to our hotel rather late and ended up packing till 2am! Crazy! But we are excited to head *** ...
What an amazing day, thinking of Eric Gelber and all those joining him this weekend for "48 Hours in the Park" September 20-22 --- 200 miles in 48 hours non-stop around New York City's Central Park to benefit the MMRF! Alicia Windroth O'Neill, Jane Bradshaw Hoffmann, Betsy Meiman Parker keep the photos coming! ( Tani Poeraatmadja Gelber you are the best!).
New York City travelers going to Alex's meetup today, I suggest you download the Central Park app :)
Dear Friends & Family. Just wanting to let you know that it's great to be back home after spending several days in New York City on business, meeting with a customer from England and picking up new suppliers for exporting of their products... Joan & I also had the opportunity to spend some time site seeing (crazy city!) Central Park, Trump Towers ('the Donald' sends his regards), Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, and of course, (a humbling experience...where nothing really mattered...not business, or anything material), "Ground Zero", the "9/11 Memorial. In reflection, America is still the "greatest nation" in all the earth. The expressions of the folks visiting this site from around the world said it all.. We are still "the land of the free and the brave"... May God (continue) to bless us all... Happy Birthday America!
Just got a coffee in NY!! MSG, Empire State Building, Radio City, and Central Park. Gonna be a good day!!!
Michael and Danny tour some of the more popular locations in Manhattan New York. In this guided tour, you'll see Times Square, Central Park, Ground Zero, and...
If anyone is going to exploit tourists, it's going to be them. In a not-so-shocking turn of events, Citi Bike has had negative consequences on independent bike rental programs, according to workers on the southern tip of Central Park. They say that tourists are choosing to go with the $10 Citi Bike…
Since her return from Lagos and performing with Femi Kuti at The Afrika Shrine, Maimouna & Femi have stayed in touch regularly so a collaboration at Summer Stage was inevitable. Traveling through the US, Canada & Europe on Tour, Femi Kuti stopped by Summer Stage in New York City to headline one of the many free entry outdoor concerts that occur annually in Central Park. Due to Union and other regulations, we are unable to release the video but trust us when we say they rocked together. The crowd wasn't expecting it all and they got a treat!!! Moreover, there are talks about future collaborations in the studio and on stage! We can't wait to see this materialize ourselves, and it will - but have no fear, you will be the first to know and hear! Thank you for your continued support and encouragement! -Team Mumufresh- P.S - be sure you're getting this newsletter directly in your inbox. We've got a couple more big announcements coming soon!!! Want to hear unreleased Maimouna Youssef Music? Click here, bel ...
Join us for Canada Day New York this Sunday, June 29! The event will take place in Central Park to celebrate Canada’s birthday. Celebrate with Canadian food and drink, an amazing free music concert featuring Lights, Spirit of the West and Joel Plaskett and Five Hole For Food hockey tournament with part of the proceeds supporting Food Bank for New York City. Hope to see you there!
Sitting at the Hostelling House in New York City with the girls having a great time. Went to Central Park and St John the Divine Church. Amazing.
June 12th:St. John of Sahaguh. Virginia adopted in 1776 a Declaration of Rights. Signer Philip Livingston (62) died in 1778. A tornado in 1889 killed 119 in Wisconsin. Prime Minister Anthony Eden was born in 1897. The Philippines declared in 1898 their independence from Spain. Houdini escaped from a straitjacket in 1923 forty feet above the ground in New York City. The National Baseball Hall of Fame was dedicated in 1939 on the 100th anniversary of baseball. Anne Frank received in 1942 a diary for her thirteenth birthday. The US Army flag was official in 1956 by order of President Eisenhower. Bandleader Jimmy Dorsey (53) died in 1957. Civil Rights leader Medgar Evers was shot to death in 1963 in Mississippi and "Cleopatra" premiered. The Supreme Court abolished in 1967 state laws prohibiting interracial marriages. Tricia Nixon married Edward Cox in 1971 in the White House. Actor Milburn Stone (75) died in 1980. A mob in Central Park protested in 1982 nuclear weapons. Actress Norma Shearer (82) died in 198 ...
On this day in 1878, William Cullen Bryant died in New York City, at 83. Bryant, for many years a newspaper editor, poet, and essayist, was born in 1794 in a Log Cabin in Cummington, Mass., a small town in Hampden County, which surrounds Springfield at the southern tip of the Pioneer Valley. The home passed out of the family, but Bryant bought it back in 1865 and renovated it so extensively that it no longer resembles his birthplace, but now only looks like the summer home he used for years as an adult. Although Bryant spent many summers in the Pioneer Valley, and practiced law for a decade in Great Barrington, Mass. (in the Berkshires, west of Springfield), he was still considered a dedicated New Yorker. He was among those who campaigned for Central Park, which was first developed during his lifetime, and today, a Manhattan Park bears Bryant’s surname; it lies east of Sixth Avenue, between 40th and 42nd streets, behind the main branch of the New York City Public Library.
Griffith Park is a large municipal park at the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. The park covers 4,310 acres (1,740 ha) of land, making it one of the largest urban parks in North America.[1] It is the second-largest city park in California, after Mission Trails Preserve in San Diego, and the tenth largest municipally owned park in the United States.[2] It has also been referred to as the Central Park of Los Angeles[citation needed] but is much larger and more untamed and rugged than its New York City counterpart.
So, pretend that I've never been to New York City - what would you say are the three things that are *must see* while here? So far I've been to the Museum of Natural History, the Getty Museum, and my old neighbourhood where I grew up. Also got to go through Central Park last night, and that was really nice. Plans are for the Met (don't get me started on how that pathetic excuse for an art museum in SF has the temerity to call itself "MOMA") and the Cloisters. (And, update on being in NY...I'm loving it...and my legs (and hip!) get stronger every time I'm here from all the stairs and running around, which is a definite bonus. Took the stairs all over museum; scoffed at all the people taking the elevators. Then I remembered that I used to be that person.)
DB: The cover of my novel demonstrates a new reality…. The Statue of Liberty has been moved from Liberty Island to higher ground in Central Park, overlooking The Reservoir. This may seem unlikely to many; however, this past December when my family took a trip to New York City, we were unable to vis...
Canton, Ohio is turning into New York City. There are so many freaking running groups in this fairly small geography, it's crazy! Ran speedwork this morning with Canton Peeps at Walsh University. Reminds me of the Club Championships in Central Park!
We made a spontaneous trip into New York City during our layover! We managed to make it to Carnegie's deli, Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Central Park and sacks Fifth Ave :)
New York City experienced one of its most infamous crimes on April 19, 1989 when a 28-year old woman named Trisha Meili was raped and severely beaten while jogging through Central Park. The attack left her in a coma and she had no memory of the incident after she recovered. Five Harlem youths – Anton McCray, Kevin Richardson, Raymond Santana, Yusef Salaam, and Kharey Wise—had been in the park the night of the attack and were brought in for an interrogation. With the exception of Salaam, they would each make videotaped confessions to the crime. The Central Park Five were all tried and found guilty and given sentences ranging from five to thirteen years.However, all five youths would recant their confessions and claim they had been coerced and intimidated by the police. Their statements were not consistent with the physical evidence and the prosecution downplayed the fact that none of the DNA from the crime scene matched them. In 2002, the DNA did wind up matching a convicted serial rapist named Matias ...
Just returning from my first trip to New York City. I was only there 2 days but that was just enough for me. I had a chance to see most of the major attractions, walk Time Square, eat at Syliva's and Bubba Gump, China Town, Harlem and get back on the bus and head for Kinston. We were also on Good Mornig America show taping in route to Central Park with Will Smith, his son and Pit Bull on Friday morning. We had a good trip.
Fly to New York City, see Times Square, Grand Central Station, go to the Phantom of the Opera, ride the subway, take the Staten Island Ferry, shop at Century 21, Macy's, and the Manhatten Mall, take a bicycle ricksha tour of Central Park, walk from 59th Street to 32nd Street via Broadway, stop at Starbucks, eat lunch at Five Guys, walk back to 42nd Street via 5th Avenue, pass and take photos of Herald Square, Empire State Building, Bryant Park, and Times Square again, and top it off with cupcakes at Crumb Bakery.not bad for two days, eh? Now can I please have a few more days off to recover from my days off?!?!?!
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After 35 years, Israeli national soccer team returns to New York Jewish state’s elite squad is relaxed, ready and eager for Sunday’s exhibition game against Honduras. The Israel national soccer team touched down at Newark Airport at 5:30 on Thursday morning. By 9 a.m., the freshly showered guys were lounging on the white leather sofas of their New Jersey hotel — calling girlfriends, Skyping mothers, and playfully bantering with teammates, some of whom they hadn’t seen since their impressive 2-0 March 26 World Cup qualifier victory over Northern Ireland in Belfast. The team came to New York for an exhibition game against Honduras Sunday at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets baseball team. The game — the national team’s first here for 35 years — is the final event of “Celebrate Israel NY” which also includes a Celebrate Israel Run in Central Park and the Celebrate Israel Parade.
Well been up since 6.30 am at the diner for 7..walked all the way from Central Park along Fifth Avenue, Trump Tower, apple building, Empire State, Madison Square Gardens, union square, along to Grand Central Station, the best Lego shop in the world(matt would be so impressed!) and now at the top of the rock with amazing views over New York City!! Weather fantastic!!
I'm so glad you liked the video! I think it's brilliant - and conveys so much in only one minute. Thank you too for sharing it with so many others. The word is getting out! Off to New York City today for BookExpo America. Never been before - apparently it's a literary bedlam. Home. St martin's Press and Minotaur Books have organized a dinner tonight with 60 or so booksellers, Lisa Scottoline (a great friend and wonderful writer) and...me! They've taken over the Boathouse in Central Park. Can you believe it? Magical. tomorrow I'm speaking at the BEA Librarians Lunch, then the People Magazine party, then off to the Audie Awards where Ralph Cosham's reading of The Beautiful Mystery is nominated. Ralph and I are also presenting 3 of the awards. What a life! And I'm loving every moment. Bring your party frock - it's going to be quite a trip!
Mon was day one of vacation.long drive to Delaware...few scenic stops...Tues went to a few thrift stores and the men cooked dinner...Wed was a busy day.stopped at Carlos Bakery in Hoboken, New Jersey...then drove to New York City.had lunch at Lombardi's Pizza.walked through Central Park for a few hours.seen the Statue of Liberty...The Staton Island Ferry.and then The Rebirth of the Twin Towers.
A genie appeared. "I will give you FIVE wishes!" Oh boy, was I happy. "Okay, I want lots of money!" I thought. Lust. "And lots of girls!" "Very well." "And lots of food, lots of books, lots of movies!" "You got it!" I stood in Central Park, New York City. At my feet was a big pile of pennies. Surrounding me were six or seven little girls, average age perhaps five to eight. Next to them was a carton of peeps, the 1970 Encyclopaedia Britannica, and a stack of DVDs of all the Jason and Freddy movies. Be careful what you wish for.
Got back from New York City tonight and want to go back. I love that city. Who would not like it , I walked by famous people like Cuba Jr. and saw Dean Cain. The Empire State Building, 9-11, Central Park and etc was amazing. I also saw NKOTB coming out of Good Morning America Show. Will have to go back for sure.
Editor’s Note: “The Central Park Five” a new film by Ken Burns, tells the True Story of the five black and Latino teenagers from Harlem who were wrongly convicted of raping a white woman in New York City's Central Park in 1989. Korey Wise, who at age 16 was the only member of the group to be tried a...
Larger than New York City's Central Park ~ check out St. Louis' Forest Park, now up on the Blog!
Good Evening, All. This is a joyous picture of Whitney and Bobbi Kristina in Central Park, New York City sponsored...
"And y'all, it's a freaking me out in New York City's Central Park, the Dave Matthews Band..."
We are going to Boston and New York City during spring break. If you have any great advice or places we should visit please respond. Thanks. We want to go to Central Park, Statue of Liberty and Ground Zero. Hotel in NYC?
Each season we present FREE productions throughout New York City: the World Financial Center, Central Park, Battery Park, One Liberty Plaza and Governors Island. Each production is accompanied by 18 open rehearsals and 4 educational workshops. All programming in Central Park takes place at the entra...
My flight from Las Vegas arrived in New York City on a path that took us right over Manhattan with a gorgeous aerial view -- the Freedom Tower, nearly finished; the Empire State Building, handsomely dressed in my favorite (and rare these days) white; Times Square, bright as the sun; and Central Park, a great, dark rectangle looming. What an awesome reminder of why I love this gorgeous, steel jungle. It is all things, and all mine. Home, sweet home.
Stone and I watched "Premium Rush" last night about a bicycle courier in New York City and his efforts to deliver a Premium Rush order. Much better than I expected. A lot of, at least to me, unknown actors except the main character seemed familiar, maybe from "Third Rock from the Sun". I was really envious of what looked to be a super highway for bikes and pedestrians in Central Park even though I never ride my bike. Given that kind of set-up, I think I might.
This is our Last Day of Black History Month and we've decided to look at the history from a "different angle on the next 3 post". We want to look at "Important Cities in Black History". Let's see if yours made the list. HARLEM, New York~The political and cultural center of black American life in the 20th century has been the New York City neighborhood of Harlem, located north of Central Park in Manhattan. After a period of inflationary speculation, Harlem real estate prices collapsed in 1904. The completion of the Lenox Ave. (Sixth Ave.) subway made commuting to lower Manhattan easier. Blacks, including many from the South and the West Indies, began moving in. Led by intellectuals such as W.E.B. Du Bois and Marcus Garvey, black culture soon flourished, culminating in the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s and 1930s. Although Harlem's political clout continued to grow, by 1960 the black middle class had largely abandoned it, leaving behind a poor community struggling with various social problems. The area is ...
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Alfred Alistair Cooke KBE (20 November 1908 – 30 March 2004) was a British/American journalist, television personality and broadcaster. Outside his journalistic output, which included Letter from America and Alistair Cooke's America, he was well known in the United States as the host of PBS Masterpiece Theater from 1971 to 1992. After holding the job for 22 years, and having worked in television for 42 years, Cooke retired in 1992, although he continued to present Letter from America until shortly before his death. On 2 March 2004, at the age of 95, following advice from his doctors, Cooke announced his retirement from Letter from America – after 58 years, the longest-running speech radio show in the world. Cooke died at midnight on 30 March 2004, at his home in New York City. He had been ill with heart disease, but died of lung cancer, which had spread to his bones.He was cremated, and his ashes were clandestinely scattered by his family in Central Park. On 22 December 2005, the New York Daily News r ...
New York -- A federal judge on Tuesday blocked New York City from getting footage gathered by documentary filmmaker Ken Burns in research for his movie about the five men exonerated in the Central Park jogger rape case. U.S. Magistrate Judge Ronald L. Ellis said the city had failed to show him a con...
The Druid Hills neighborhood of was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the designer of New York City's Central Park.
DID YOU KNOW THAT THE SEAMPRUFE PLANT WAS CONSTRUCTED AS A MEMORIAL TO THE LATE FOUNDER, WILLIAM CAPLAN? I JUST GOT THROUGH RESEARCHING THIS STORY AND HERE IT IS. OCTOBER 12, 1951: WILLIAM CAPLAN, President of Seamprufe, dies: William Caplan, president of Seamprufe, Inc. died at 3:00 a.m. today at his home, 320 Central Park, west, in New York City. His health had been on the decline for about a year but he was feeling much better Thursday and spent part of the day in the Seampruge offices, 412 Fifth Avenue, in New York City. His death of a heart attack at 3:00 this morning was therefore unexpected. Services will be Sunday at 12:30 in Riverside Memorial chapel, 76th and Amstradam avenue. Burial will be in Westchester Hills cemetery, Hastings, New York. Members of the family request no flowers. Surviving Mr. Caplan are his wife, Mrs. Rose Caplan of the home, a daughter; Florence; four sons, Paul, Murreay, Joseph and Harold, all of whome were associated with their father in business. Mr. Caplan was 65 years ...
"Rock of Ages Pt 3" A rally against nuclear weapons draws 750,000 people to New York City's Central Park. Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Bruce Springsteen, and Linda Ronstadtall attend Ozzy Osbourne bites the head off a live bat that was thrown at him during a performance in Iowa. He thought it was rubber! Pat Benatar marries her guitarist, Neil Giraldo on the Hawaiian island of Maui Which ROA year are we in today?
Been to Times Square, Lincoln Square, Trump Tower, Central Park, American Nature Historical Museum, Guggenheim Art Museum and Broadway today. . Oh wait, did I forget to say that I'm in New York City right now? ;-)
Brunch at Balthazar, reminiscing at Ground Zero, shopping at Century 21, browsing the Apple flagship store, a rendezvous in Central Park and dins at Budukan. Perfect day in New York City. Snow tomorrow will be the cherry. It's freezing!!
Can you imagine Central Park or Prospect Park being carved up to build a professional soccer stadium, the city’s biggest shopping mall, and an expanded tennis complex that includes two new stadiums and new parking garages? Neither can we. But that’s exactly what’s been proposed for Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, Queens’ largest park. It’s a land grab so flagrant and so abusive to the people of Queens and New York City, it would make the robber barons of American history proud. The Flushing Meadows land grab is wrong in so many ways. JHBG and it’s Green Agenda for Jackson Heights will be going into detail on this dirty deal, and asking you to contact your elected officials to stop it. Only your calls, letters and emails will protect the park.
It's 8:28am, and I'm sitting in the Rider Student Center, when Andrea Bocelli's Con Ti Partiro comes on the speakers. It's funny how there are moments when two worlds collide. A year ago, my mascara was running down my face as I shared the stage in Central Park with Andrea Bocelli in front of what seemed like all of New York City. A year later, my life has surprised me again. Life always seems to find ways to show me that everything comes full circle. And I am grateful.
I was able to do a walk-a-bout in New York City for a couple hours today. I walked by Rock Center, the Lego Store (I took tha picture for my nieces and nephews), Times Square, and Central Park.
Edward Henry Potthast Edward Henry Potthast (June 10, 1857 – March 9, 1927) was an American Impressionist painter. He is known for his paintings of people at leisure in Central Park, and on the beaches of New York and New England. He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. From June 10, 1879 to March 9, 1881 he studied with Thomas Satterwhite Noble. He later studied at the Royal Academy in Munich with the American-born instructor Carl Marr. After returning to Cincinnati in 1885 he resumed his studies with Noble. In 1886 he departed for Paris, where he studied with Fernand Cormon. In 1895 he relocated to New York City and remained there until his death in 1927. Until the age of thirty-nine Potthast earned a living as a lithographer. The purchase of one of his paintings by the Cincinnati Museum of Art may have encouraged him to abandon lithography for a career as a fine artist. His paintings retained the subdued colors and strong contrasts of the Munich school until he adopted the Impressionist palette late in his ...
Tommy In 1968, The Who headlined the first Schaefer Music Festival in New York City's Central Park and released the single "Magic Bus". In December, they too...
OK Guys this is only up for grabs until Sunday night you need to have your pitch video to me no later than midday on sunday or its not going to get in on time :) Here is what you can win... New York Get Away (4 Nts, 4*) You will fly to the States, for the ultimate get away break in New York. While in the Big Apple, you will have the chance to visit the Statue of Liberty and sights like the Empire State Building and Central Park. You'll have time for a spot of shopping at Macy's department store, you could even take in one of Broadway's many world famous shows such as Cats or Miss Saigon. With so much going on in New York, you're guaranteed to have a great time. Included in your prize is a full day City Tour, including lunch, where you will gain a well-rounded perspective of Manhattan by land, sea and sky on this full-day guided tour of New York City! Accompanied by a professional tour guide you will tour Downtown Manhattan in the morning before boarding a harbor cruise to enjoy stunning views of the city ...
Dear family and friends, Please pray for our family as we mourn the passing of my brother, C. Ernest Smith. We will gather in memory of Ernie on Saturday and Sunday, January 19 and 20 in New York City. • Saturday, January 19 - 4:00-4:30pm: Memorial Blessing Saint Mary’s Church 347 Davis Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10304 • Sunday, January 20 – 1:00 pm: We will have brunch at one of Ernie’s favorite dining locations: Stone Rose Lounge (Time Warner Center) 10 Columbus Circle – 4th Floor New York, New York 10019 • Immediately following brunch, we will walk a short distance to the Central Park Pond where Ernie enjoyed visiting with nature. There we’ll commemorate Ernie’s life and finalize his journey. If you plan to join us at any aspect of the memorial gathering, in order to accommodate your presence, please let me know by today, Thursday, January 17.
You can retire to California where... 1.. You make over $250,000 and you still can't afford to buy a house. 2.. The fastest part of your commute is going down your driveway. 3.. You know how to eat an artichoke. 4.. You drive your rented Mercedes to your neighborhood block party. 5.. When someone asks you how far something is, you tell them how long it will take to get there rather than how many miles away it is. 6.. The 4 seasons are: Fire, Flood, Mud, and Drought. -- OR -- You can retire to New York City where... 1.. You say "the city" and expect everyone to know you mean Manhattan . 2.. You can get into a four-hour argument about how to get from Columbus Circle to Battery Park, but can't find Wisconsin on a map. 3.. You think Central Park is "nature." 4.. You believe that being able to swear at people in their own language makes you multi-lingual. 5.. You've worn out a car horn (if you have a car). 6.. You think eye contact is an act of aggression. -- OR -- You can retire to Minnesota where... 1.. You ...
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