A photo from 2013–Hannukah, actually, which is why the color scheme. I walk past this building every day, and every day it’s impressive.
I paid a visit to my old stomping grounds over the holidays–even took in the old Wanamaker holiday light show at Macy’s for the first time. You’d think in six years living in Philadelphia (fifteen if you include my time in the suburbs) I would have done that earlier. We took a little walk through […]
It’s marathon season, which means time for runners to book hotels. Actually, it’s late September, which means marathon accommodations will be hard to find in many cities. If you’re running and haven’t booked your stay yet, get on that. Over the years I’ve noticed varying levels of preparedness among hotel staff on marathon weekends. Some hotels cater to […]
This is what it looks like in my apartment building when it rains. It isn’t safe to use the stairs, you see, because the skylight above the stairwell is broken and massive quantities of rainwater make the stairs slippery. This has been the solution, mind you, for well over six months now. Once or twice […]
On Friday Liz and I took a walk, winding our way from Bellevue Hospital to Williamsburg. We found a beautiful little secret garden behind the hospital with some amazing handmade treasures. It was particularly striking with the enormous car rack as a backdrop. I snapped a lot of photos. Here are a few of my favorites. […]