Let’s Go: Nelson A. Rockefeller Park

There are days when I definitely want to run far far away from the city. Sometimes I do hop onto the LIRR back to old Southampton where we used to call home… pass out on the beach… Or, sometimes, I try to go as far East as I can possibly go (Montauk, naturally)…

 The above picture is a place: a place where the city meets a field of grass and the water at the same time.  I obviously go here when I don’t have time for the two hour train ride… Besides, an eight minute walk from home isn’t that bad.

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dare you stop me from my run?

Something about the light, the time of day, and the pure awesomeness of Jeff and Jeff stopped me from my run along the Hudson River in Battery Park about two weeks ago. It appeared the duo were skating- quite gracefully, I might add- in between different sized multi-color party cups… and as if they were on ice. They were, of course, on rollerblades. Check it out.

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let’s celebrate us and japan

store outing!

 

  

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the face of of daniel rex mcginley II

know it. love it. want it.

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lessons learned this month

…mistakes made, intentions revealed, and the recurring discovery that people have many sides… instinct (n.) carnal defense mechanism and means to self-preservation. …things that make the heart drop when we realize they are only human. we are all the “guilty” ones. 8/2/09

…basically what it comes down to is this: all people do what they do to avoid pain… 7/25/09

just let it go. 8/4/09

family is the most important thing.  8/7/09

finally, a new camera, a direct line to the heart.

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It Takes Two: PROENZA SCHOULER PARTIES FOR A MAGAZINE, Opening Ceremony Blog

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YUM: Kuma Inn, Lower East Side oasis

You would never guess that the discrete doorway in the above picture marked KUMA (in vertical red letters) would reveal a stairway up to the oasis you are about to see… Continue reading

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