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Escaping the Winter  What is it about that four-legged prognosticator that gets people all fired up?  I’m mean, really.  People actually predict the arrival of spring by whether a groundhog sees his shadow on February 2nd? AND a groundhog in Pennsylvania, of all places.  What does that have to do with spring in New York?… Read more »

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Escaping the Winter  What is it about that four-legged prognosticator that gets people all fired up?  I’m mean, really.  People actually predict the arrival of spring by whether a groundhog sees his shadow on February 2nd? AND a groundhog in Pennsylvania, of all places.  What does that have to do with spring in New York?… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: I Googled Kate McDermott. You’re not to be confused with the pie whisperer? Kate: There is a pie woman that is also a very big social media authority so it makes it a little bit difficult to differentiate myself from her. You’re right, if you Google my name, you think I’m… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: From one Aquarian to another, Happy Birthday! Edith: Yes, thank you, thank you. I love being an Aquarian. I love the water. How about you? Ask a New Yorker: Yes, we are the water bearers and the trail blazers. Tell us a little about yourself. You must get asked that question… Read more »

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by Janice McDonald It’s been a tough month for Egyptian travel, for obvious reasons. Most U.S. carriers still have not reinstated their flights to the country while things shake out with establishing the new government. But I’m already looking forward to what that “new Egypt” will mean for the next time I visit. Egyptians are… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: Who are you? What are you passionate about? And can you touch your tongue to your nose? Emilie: I cannot touch my tongue to my nose at all. My name is Emilie Baltz. I am a designer, mostly working in the world of food. So I work with a lot of… Read more »