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Win 2 Tickets to Yankees vs. Reds

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014
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It’s not often that the New York Yankees get to play the Cincinnati Reds. Usually fans have to hope for a World Series. But with

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American Weirdness: Prairie Wind, Part Two
Kansas and Oklahoma

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014
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After a delightful two days in Kansas City, we headed for Topeka, the state’s capital. As we headed further away from the dramatic riverside hills

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Creative Cooking at the Fancy Food Show

Monday, July 7th, 2014
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What happens when you bring together over 40,000 food industry people (from distributors to retailers, importers to exporters and more) and roughly 2,730 exhibitors showcasing

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Independence Day. Liberty Enlightening The World

Celebrating the Fourth of July in NYC

Friday, July 4th, 2014
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Looking for ways to celebrate the July 4th holiday in New York? Here are some ideas. Macy’s Fireworks -This year Macy’s, “the World’s Largest Store”,

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The Hamptons Heat Up – Summer’s Here,
And the Time Is Right for Art in Tents

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014
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For the past hundred years – even more – creative types including artists, writers, directors, actors, and musicians have headed out to the East End

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American Weirdness: Prairie Wind, Part One
Kansas City, MO

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014
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After we were waylaid by the winter storms in December 2013 – on the day we were planning to head up to Albuquerque and revel

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George Washington: Entrepreneur –
A Visit to His Distillery & Gristmill

Tuesday, June 24th, 2014
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Visitors to the Washington, D.C. area place Mount Vernon, George Washington’s home, high on their list of sites to visit. (See our previous story.) But

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Hotel des Artistes – As Avant Garde Architecturally
As Those Who Once Lived There

Saturday, June 21st, 2014
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Today coops dot every street in New York, but back in 1903 when two artists, Walter Russell and Howard Pile, collaborated on the concept as

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