Category: Things To Do

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A Fabulous Fall Week Before the Week Before Thanksgiving

  This weekend was homecoming at UPenn where my youngest child Annie is studying to be a nurse (she's on the left). My middle daughter Sophie attends FIT in NYC and studies Fashion Business Management. A lot of thought, preparation, sweat, worry, and MONEY went into helping them find their way to college. Which had ...

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Free Falling

Fall is my favorite season by far and the absolute best for long walks in the city, which lead to discoveries, which lead to unknown adventures, opportunities, and knowledge. This week I went on a 2 1/2 hour Ayn Rand walking tour with Fred Cookinham at In Depth Walking Tours (aptly named, by the way). Even if ...

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53 Free in NYC

If you had an entire weekend to yourself in NYC what would you do? Would you camp out on your couch, become very intimately involved with Seamless or Caviar and go through the new and noteworthy on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu? Would you go to as many movies as you could squeeze into three ...

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You Can’t Go Home Again…

because you might find they sold it off and made it into condos. This was Open House NYC Weekend a three-day event "providing broad audiences with unparalleled access to the extraordinary architecture of New York." Sites ranged from the UN to the Woolworth Building to the Montauk Club where Tom and I were married in 1990. We were living ...

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EmptynestNYC Fall Preview!

What are you watching? Where are you eating? What Broadway show do I have to get tickets to? What about fun fall festivals?  Do you have any of these questions? If so, I've got answers! I love a good fall preview so I thought I'd share all the things I'm so excited about BEFORE I ...

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Shall We Play A Game?

I married into a family of game players. Many of my best summer memories were spent around the dining room table at "The Hideout" in Plum Beach, Rhode Island playing Tripoli and Contact Rummy with my in-laws. The games would go on into the early hours and would be discussed at the breakfast table the ...

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Don’t Believe The Hype

Okay, I take that back. Don't always believe the hype. Some things of course hold up, like the beautiful landscapes of the south fork of Long Island (see above), or the satisfaction of making salted watermelon juice fresh from the farm stand (see below).  But, this weekend, thanks to Resy Select, I was able to ...