All the Frills Upon It

Since the mid 1880s, Easter in New York City brings out the most extravagant costumes and personalities, celebrating the Annual Easter Parade. Fifth Avenue from 49th to 57th streets is closed to traffic, allowing participants and spectators to take the streets to strut their Easter best.


Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

Let them come to New York, stand on the shore of the Hudson, look and kneel. When I see the city from my window - no, I don't feel how small I am - but I feel that if a war came to threaten this, I would throw myself into space, over the city, and... Continue Reading →

The Best Travel Moments

Guest Blogger Amy Richmond Ever since my parents took me on a plane to Disneyland when I was in the first grade--in the days when air travel was restricted primarily to businessmen in suits--I've been hooked. Our family took two big trips a year: one by air in the winter and a road trip in the... Continue Reading →

Organic Success, The Holstee Way

To be honest, I don’t remember where or how I discovered The Holstee Manifesto. What I do remember is the way it opened my eyes, awakening me from a mid-life slumber. A simple declaration scattered with life altering statements: Do what you love. Travel Often. Share your passion. Stop overanalyzing. Life is short.Crafted on the... Continue Reading →

Changing Course

by Guest Blogger Tracy Kaler I went to work for the last time today. My final commute to New Jersey--I am certainly happy about that. What will I do tomorrow? That is the question.It's never easy changing routine, even if it's welcome change. But I do have an agenda.I will go to Alvin Ailey for my dance... Continue Reading →

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