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“I used to ride in my father’s rumble seat,” Dad told me once while we sat at the bar in Loftus Tavern. As Dad drank a short beer and I sipped a coke, I wondered, What’s a rumble seat? I asked. He said, “It was a seat that hinged out of the back of the car. It felt like… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: What’s up? What’s going on today? Redd: Not much. We are just wandering. On our way back home, exploring Times Square one last time. Ask a New Yorker: Sounds like you’re visiting. Redd: Yep, I’m visiting from Seattle. I was out here for my first New York art show so we… Read more »

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Q: I work in a traditional corporate office and during the summer, the heat and long walk to the office make many of my work clothes and heels unbearable. Do you have any suggestions for stylish, feminine, corporate work-wear that is still comfortable and beats the heat? Also, on a side note, is it okay… Read more »

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For the past month, I have been dealing with what I call a broken leg. However, this particular broken leg does not call for plaster, bandages, or a stay in the ER. Instead, it requires wires, hardware, and screws. I am experiencing a malfunctioning wheelchair. It all began when I noticed a random pattern of… Read more »

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Ask a New Yorker: I’m with Howard Tullman at the Greenwich Hotel. I first heard about Howard after reading an interview in Inc. Magazine – “The Most Accomplished Best Connected Entrepreneur You’ve Never Heard Of” Ask a New Yorker: This is a beautiful hotel. I was sitting in the back room which is exquisite, heavenly…. Read more »

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I’ve been overseas for the past few weeks, and the weather in Paris, Brittany, and Normandy went like this: rainy, cold and humid, windy, drizzly, a sun tease, rainy again followed by rapidly moving clouds, then a sudden dark sky, then a downpour. The “put a bullet in my head” weather, however, did not stop… Read more »

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If walls could talk, the Naumburg Bandshell would be New York City’s fiercest chatterbox. It’s been standing between Bethesda Terrace and Central Park’s famed, tree-lined Mall Promenade for almost 80 years, collecting memories while sharing music and words. Visit the Bandshell early in the morning and you’ll find a brief moment of quiet and stillness…. Read more »