Tag: New York

“No Passport Required” for this Manhattan food walk

A boutique coffee roaster for morning espresso? The best rugelach in New York?  The Indian snack food that has gone nationwide from a tiny...
42nd street

Architectural icons of New York’s 42nd Street

42nd Street in Midtown Manhattan is home to some of New York's best known buildings. Anita and I recently spent three hours exploring the...
Fireworks over the Hudson River, New York

New York memories of seafood and small plates

During last summer’s stay in New York, I satisfied a toothsome nostalgia for some foods that is sometimes hard to come by in Switzerland....
American flags at WTC Memorial

The World Trade Center Memorial one year on

One year ago, the World Trade Center Memorial opened, ten years to the day after destruction of the twin towers in the terrorist attacks...
Survival of Serena, by Carole Fuerman

Summer in New York City

This was a summer to remember. After a once-in-a-lifetime journey through Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, I have been fortunate to realize a long-held dream: to...
Spiral staircase, Rubin Museum of Art, New York

Rubin Museum exhibits Indian art

The Rubin Museum of Art in Chelsea is a human-scale, tastefully designed display and performance venue. The re-purposed retail space (previously a Barney’s department...

Dinner in Vietnam with the ‘Mayor of Chinatown’

  I love Vietnamese food. Especially in the southern part of Vietnam, the ingredients scream 'fresh!' in voices of many colors. Considered by many to...
Noguchi Museum

The Noguchi Museum—a New York City oasis

The abstract sculpture of Isamu Noguchi graces public spaces around the world, but the museum he designed to showcase his best works occupies a...
NYC--quote from Jan Morris

Photo: Street scribe quotes Jan Morris on the subject of New York

A street artist in New York chalked this quote from Jan Morris onto the pavement in Washington Square Park...a sentiment I share!  
Fresh market at Grand Central Station, New York

Photo: NYC fresh markets are bursting with local flavors

The produce market at Grand Central Station is a feast for the eyes, as well as the palate. Commuters can take their pick of...
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