#TBT – Christmas in New York

With Christmas less than a week away, our first real snow fall in NYC was last Saturday and store shelves are emptying faster than store clerks can stock them – it’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas in New York. It truly is a magical time of year in the city with bright lights, […]

#TBT – Grand Central Station

In February this year one of New York’s most iconic pieces of architecture celebrated its 100 year anniversary – Grand Central Station. What better way to honor this iconic structure than with a trip down memory lane? 1913: Grand Central Station is born After years of hard work Grand Central Station opened on February 2nd […]

#TBT – The Statue of Liberty

Following the havoc of Hurricane Sandy a New York icon, Liberty Island and the Statue of Liberty was closed while the damage was fixed and reopened on July 4 2013. The Statue of Liberty has a great story behind her, originally gifted to the United States from France as a symbol of friendship in October […]

#TBT – The New York City Marathon

The starting pistol on the 2013 New York City Marathon was fired on Saturday November 3, with more than 45,000 people joining in the annual event. Beginning in 1970 with only 127 participants, and only 55 finishers the marathon has become a huge part of New York’s identity on the international stage. For this week’s […]

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