“I’ll have a glass of Cab”
“I’ll have a glass of Chardonnay”
Don’t take the easy way out, who knows you might be nicely rewarded with self-discovery and actually smile!
My former college roommate who lives in Chicago was in town a few weeks ago and we were able catch up and talk over dinner one night. It was important that I saw him and spend time with him as he is one of the smartest people I know. He’s extremely inquisitive, a wonderful listener and amazingly observant, and he always has a way of asking thought provoking questions. Over dinner we discussed many things, from the story behind The Traveling Wilbury’s to his recent trip to Tokyo, studying Japanese design, to my experience-working crush on Howell Mountain this fall, we caught up on the last two years of our lives. When our professional careers came up in conversation he asked me ... [more]
Stephen Paul Mancini, Union Square Cafe
Midtown extends from 59th Street to 34th Street, from the Hudson River to the East River, and includes many smaller neighborhoods: Clinton, the newly gentrified Hell’s Kitchen (including Alvin Ailey's new digs), the Theatre District, the Garment District, Murray Hill, Turtle Bay, and Sutton Place. Midtown itself is often divided into East Midtown and West Midtown, but the heart of Midtown is Fifth Avenue. Street addresses project east and west from Fifth Avenue.
Midtown is congested with buildings famous, grand, modern, enormous, or lackluster. Here you will find the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, The Museum of Modern Art, The New York Public Library, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, and the Seagram Building. You will also find the areas of Bryant Park, the Jacob Javits Convention Center, Times Square, and the United ...