Monthly Archives: April 2011

Where to Raise Children in NYC

Today was the Tribeca Film Festival’s street fair down in Tribeca.  Walking through (very, very slowly due to thousands of strollers, carriages, and very little people walking) the fair reminded me of all the years when I lived in Tribeca … Continue reading

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How Quickly They Grow

My daughter is going to be seventeen this week! Seventeen is a milestone in that she can get her Driver’s License now, though it doesn’t look like that’s going to happen.  Getting a license in Manhattan is a bit complicated.  She … Continue reading

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Tennessee via Long Island?

My son left for the National High School Chess Championships after school on Wednesday.  Fifty teenagers on a Greyhound bus. “Have you stopped for dinner?” I asked him a few hours after they had embarked. “No,” he replied.  “We’ll stop … Continue reading

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Hello Yoga

Well, I finally made it to a yoga class today after a two month hiatus.  The class and teacher that I love are on Friday morning from 10-11:15, and I literally have not had a single Friday where I have … Continue reading

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Edie Falco is a True Star

We are a bit behind on Nurse Jackie, and we are milking every episode because we love it so much.  Edie Falco is incredible as Jackie.  Actually, she is incredible in everything she does.  In the finale of Season 2, … Continue reading

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Who Cares About the Royal Wedding?

Honestly, who cares about the royal wedding? We’re Americans, and even as Americans, I don’t recall us ever watching an American wedding with such fanfare.  I know we don’t have a future king and queen, but really… we don’t even … Continue reading

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“Rabbit Hole”: Movie Review

I had wanted to see this movie when it was in theatres but I’m glad I waited for On Demand, because it really wasn’t worth the price of admission.  Even $4.99 was probably more than I should have paid, but … Continue reading

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