Category Archives: New York City People

“You have to fall in love first.”

It was the first day of a 6-week women’s only crossfit challenge and we went around the room introducing ourselves. There were a lot of the same stories about wanting more structure and being bored with going through the same … Continue reading

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Just another Day in Paradise

Today when I came home from work, I saw a small memorial with candles and pictures on the street corner. They were set up in a spot where there once used to be a chair, which was the only home … Continue reading

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Hall of Fame

Today Susan Wicks will be celebrated at the Rutgers Women’s Basketball Game for becoming a  member of the Hall of Fame. Rutgers is the place where she started breaking records long before I knew that this beautiful game existed. Rutgers … Continue reading

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2012 – like Whoa!

I know I’m not the only person who feels this way but let me say it anyway – 2012 just vanished on me. It felt like a week or a month but certainly not like a whole year with 365 … Continue reading

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Witness

Disclaimer: No, this is not about LeBron James. I am a witness, or you can also call it a lucky woman. Lucky to have been in the right place at the right time. I don’t know anything about dance but … Continue reading

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Sandy

I’m sure that this is at least the 348574th blog post about her. About Sandy, the angry one, the one who lived up to the media hype, the one in a 100 years. Pictures of devastation go around the world … Continue reading

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Sunday morning NYC thoughts

On the train home last night the doors opened, in stepped a familiar guy and did his whole spiel: “Excuse me ladies and gentlemen, you may have seen me before, I just came home from prison a little while ago. … Continue reading

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