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Gail Tauber
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I hadn't found a compelling, viable at best, topic for another post. Coffee, has gotten old, I've said that before, and, I need to rethink what this blog is about or let it go once and for all. Sorry, thinking out loud. Howev...
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Wonderful walk in Central Park today. Marie knows so much!
Come and explore the botanical underbelly of the city, hiding in plain site in our forests and on our shorelines. I could call them foraging walks, because there will definitely be good looking edibles, but these walks are really about old-fashioned botanizing, plant identification and exploring ...
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It's official. It is no more. After seven years of New York winters the fig must have gasped its last sometime in January or February. At one point, in the snow that buried the Harlem terrace this winter, it was alive. I know, because I scratched its bark and it was green.
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Central Park Spring Ramble 26 April, 11am - 1pm. The Ramble is Central Park's wooded heart. In April the forest floor should be sprinkled with white violets and shooting stars, trout lilies and the far less welcome but rampantly yummy Japanese knotweed. Will there be pokeweed?
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For those of you used to dining in the Hong Kong style seafood palaces of the San Gabriel Valley or the San Francisco Bay Area, seeing tanks of live seafood is de rigeur.  But nothing in the good old USA compares to our meal ...
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SUMMER in the CITY: here and there, this and that
I hadn't found a  compelling , viable at best,  topic  for another post. Coffee, has gotten old, I've said that before, and, I need to rethink what this blog is about or let it go once and for all. Sorry, thinking out loud. However, with lack of focus in mi...
I hadn't found a compelling, viable at best, topic for another post. Coffee, has gotten old, I've said that before, and, I need to rethink what this blog is about or let it go once and for all. Sorry, thinking out loud. Howev...
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An exclusive clip from Steve James' "Life Itself," opening in theaters and On Demand on July 4, 2014.
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A lovely man, a lovely farm sanctuary.
By Bill Crain        At the age of 45, I had reached a fork in the road.   My hometown of Teaneck, NJ, was preparing to destroy a 19-acre parcel of woods, the last remaining woodland of any size in our town.  There also w...
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SUNDAY MORNING COFFEE: Bryant Park, Signs of Spring
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GREENPOINT TREK
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An Exclusive Clip From Steve James' "Life Itself" | Life Itself | Roger ...
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66 Square Feet: Life and death on the Harlem terrace
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Art Spiegelman's life in the "shadow of Maus."
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NEW IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: A serious coffee shop and an outdoor café.
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