Nothing beats the time efficiency of running. Running starts the minute we hit the pavement and only stops when we have arrived back to our doorsteps. Most of us skip even the recommended five minutes stretching, though we vow not to each year as a New Year's resolution. New York City offers many wonderful and varied routes for runners: the four-plus miles of bridle path, 1.57-mile reservoir loop, and the 6.1-mile Central Park loop. There are miles of Greenway lining the East River on the east side of Manhattan and the Hudson on the west. Here we list running groups and direct you to maps, gear, and trainers who can show you the park and an as-yet-unattained peak performance.
Vegan in New York
What's a vegan? Well...for starters, we don't eat meat, chicken, fish,
eggs, dairy products, or any other animal-derived food. Of course,
there's much more to this lifestyle than can be covered in a single blog
post - e.g.,vegans also don’t "wear" animals (wool, fur, leather, down,
etc.) - but what we're here to report is that our fair city is nothing
short of a vegan paradise.
East Side or West Side, Uptown or Downtown...beneath NYC's concrete
façade lies a vast array of strictly vegan eateries along with an
incalculable number of vegan-friendly establishments. Fast food, slow
food, organic food, raw food...no one does the vegan thing like
From A (Angelica Kitchen) to Z (Zen Palate), no
major metropolis on the [more]