Sep 032016
 
Prepare for emergency with a Go Bag

With Tropical Storm Hermine heading towards NYC, it’s important to be ready for an emergency, in case you and your family must evacuate quickly Pack an emergency Go Bag and be ready for storms, floods, hurricanes, or even a personal Read More

Sep 022016
 
How to get an absentee ballot in NYC

Every election is important, and this year’s may be more important than most. Getting an absentee ballot is easier than you think. If you are expecting to be out of town on Tuesday, Sept. 13th for the Democratic Primary in Read More

Aug 282016
 
NYC news you might have missed in August

This is our end-of-the-month recap of recent NYC news you might have missed during the last few weeks. Top of our list is this month is hotel news, park news, and news about NYC landmarks buildings.  Why is it always Read More

Jul 312016
 
NYC news you might have missed in July

This is our end-of-the-month recap of recent NYC news you might have missed during the last few weeks. Top of our list is real estate news, about Pepsi-Cola, architect Zaha Hadid, Eataly and the mega-pier on the Hudson River. Let’s Read More

Jul 262016
 
Museum of Ice Cream opens in Meapo

Scoop of the Week – A Museum of Ice Cream is opening in the Meatpacking District. It’s not really a museum. It’s really an ice cream store with unusual flavors and interactive displays and settings, with an admission fee that Read More

Jun 262016
 
NYC news you might have missed in June

This is an occasional recap of recent NYC news you might have missed during the last few weeks. Top of our list is food news, about the new Anthony Bourdain food market and the old Katz’s Delicatessen: It’s opening date Read More

Jun 052016
 
NYC openings: Apple, Trader Joe's, Whole Foods

NYC openings: Brooklyn gets its first Apple Store, Manhattan gets another Trader Joe’s and another WholeFoods, and that controversial so-called Ground Zero Mosque is finally getting built in Lower Manhattan, blocks from the World Trade Center.   Here are the Read More

Jun 022016
 
Prepare for emergency with a Go Bag

Are you ready for an emergency, in case you and your family have to evacuate quickly? Pack an emergency Go Bag ready for storms, floods, hurricanes, or even a personal family emergency that requires immediate travel. Here’s the list of Read More

Apr 262016
 
Free recycling for electronics, e-waste

Tossing your unwanted electronics in the trash is a waste. Recycle your gear for FREE and get paid for it, too. You’ll be saving NYC landfills from harmful pollution from toxic elements, allowing valuable elements to be re-used, and getting Read More

Apr 192016
 
Vote today in NYC and NY State

There’s simply too much at stake not to vote in today’s New York State primary election today. If you don’t vote, you don’t have the right to complain about who wins. I won’t suggest who to vote for, although I Read More

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