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  • Chuang Yen Monastery - A Buddhist Temple
    on Nov 3, 2014 in New York State
    The largest indoor statue of Buddha in the US sits in the Great Buddha Hall just upstate at the Chuang Yen Monastery. The name "Chuang Yen" means “Majestically Adorned” and this 125 acres of land in Putnam county is definitely Maje...
  • NYC Haunted Spots to Visit on Halloween
    on Oct 31, 2014
    Its the time of year to dress up, have fun and see something scary. This city is an old one. So there is no shortage of haunted spots to check out. Here are a few that may just surprise you. Starting with the oldest haunt in town "The Bridge Cafe." T...
  • on Oct 28, 2014
    NYC You Are Here........ Has been Places...But will be coming back soon!!
  • NYC You Are Here Talks to Liniers at the Lyon BD Festival -France
    on Jun 20, 2013 in Books Art
    The Lyon BD Festival has just finished up it's 8 Edition in Lyon, France. NYC You Are Here got to talk a little with Argentine Cartoonist Ricardo Siri Liniers about his new book for children, "The Big Wet Balloon." He is Known for his comic strip pub...
  • Poetry, Muaic and Art Tonight at the 61 Local!
    on Jun 6, 2013 in Art
    Tonight come down to a Poetry Reading and Embroidery Circle. It all starts at 6pm and will wind down around 9pm. Bring your words and smiles to the 61 Local, 61 Bergen Street near Smith Street (F/G trains to Bergen) This event is in conjunction with...
  • Last Days to see Scarecrow at the Film Forum!
    on May 23, 2013 in Movies
    The 70's had the best Road Movies. Think back to the end of the 60's and Easy Rider. Then on to films like Two-Lane BlackTop and Vanishing Point in 71'. These and many more showed the gritty American landscape of that decade with trips across country...
  • Book Then Movie - The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald
    on May 12, 2013 in Book Then Movie
    The Great Gatsby by American author F. Scott Fitzgerald is now a box office hit Directed by Baz Luhrmann. A all star cast has come forward to be apart of this historic film based off one on the best novels ever written. First is Leonar...
  • Street Book - The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera
    on Apr 15, 2013 in Street Books
    Found - at the CAN MOCAMP in Kas, TurkeyPicked Up Because - This was a book in English!This novel written in the mid 80's is told through a interesting point of view. From the start the athor let's the reader know that it is just a story and the peop...
  • Tai Thai Thailand Home Cooking
    on Mar 25, 2013 in Bars/Restaurants/Cheap Eats
    Downtown at the border of the East Village and the LES is a little spot that has great Thai home cooking. The lunch special here is worth the walk, just remember to stop at the ATM because they only take cash. The small dinning area helps m...
  • Citizen Kane this Weekend at Midnight in the L.E.S.
    on Mar 21, 2013 in Movies
    In 1941 Orson Welles made his first feature film now considered by most as the greatest film ever made. The year this came out it was nominated for nine Academy Awards but failed to recoup its costs at the box office. The screenplay did win the Oscar...
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