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  • Night Club Spotlight: Marquee
    on Nov 2, 2010 in Marquee
    Night Club Spotlight: Marquee It's hard to talk about NYC nightlife and not bring up Marquee, where stars like P. Diddy, Scarlett Johannson, and Michael Phelps have partied. The West Chelsea hot spot has been ranked #32 on the 2009 Night Club...
  • Day 1- Little Rock
    on Nov 2, 2010 in Day 1- Little Rock
    Day 1- Little Rock Leaving San Francisco, I knew a 12-day tour of the New Madrid Fault area would be a personal learning experience. Self enrichment aside, to reach just one individual and truly open his eyes to the earthquake risk a...
  • Louisville, KY and Evansville, IN
    on Nov 2, 2010 in KY and Evansville Louisville IN
    Louisville, KY and Evansville, IN The last two stops on our ProtectingAmerica.org tour took us to Louisville, Kentucky and Evansville, Indiana.Louisville is a beautiful city, one of the most vibrant and sophisticated cities in the Sou...
  • Fraunces Tavern Welcomes The Magna Carta
    on Nov 2, 2010 in Magna Carta
    Fraunces Tavern Welcomes The Magna Carta This blog entry features information from an article by Annaline Dinkelmann in Guidelines, the Guides' Association of New York City newsletter, Matthew Baker - editor. For more info on GANYC, visit gany...
  • NYC Marathon 2009
    on Nov 2, 2010 in NYC Marathon 2009
    While many of us were still hungover from a fantastic Saturday night Hallow's Eve, thousands of eager and much too in shape runners took top form at the NYC Marathon---the most coveted marathon in the world. Covering all 5 boroughs, the NYC Mara...
  • new york city tour casting
    on Nov 2, 2010 in new york city tour casting
    pnb: new york city tour casting By Rosie GaynorI know I'm not the only one who follows PNB like fanatics follow football. Who's out due to injury? What rookie is the coach playing this week? How does it change the game? Do you remember when t...
  • Interesting NYC tidbit of the day - Shadowlands
    on Nov 2, 2010 in Shadowlands
    Interesting NYC tidbit of the day - Shadowlands One of the most famous plays in New York City opened this day 19 years ago. Shadowlands, a piece inspired by C.S Lewis (famous for his ¨Chronicles of Narnia¨), has played over 169 performances a...
  • That Amazing Apple We Call Big
    on Nov 2, 2010 in That Amazing Apple We Call Big
    With Bloomberg and Thompson heading off the November 3rd election, it's interesting to think what NYC has gone through in the past few years. Alot of the rhetoric against Bloomberg is that he's put us in this financial collapse and doesn't deserv...
  • Neighborhood Focus: Hell's Kitchen
    on Nov 2, 2010 in Hell's Kitchen
    Neighborhood Focus: Hell's Kitchen Hell's Kitchen refers to the area between 34th Street and 59th Street from 8th Avenue to the Hudson River. The neighborhood has been home to gangs and violence in the past but has transformed into a lively are...
  • The Day They Took King George's Statue down in Bowling Green NYC
    on Nov 2, 2010 in King George's
    The Day They Took King George's Statue down in Bowling Green NYC Jack Stanley, a tour guide and historian who works with Uncle Sams, writes a great piece on the Bowling Green issue. On July 9, 1776, there was a rush to tear down the statue of Ki...
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