Tag Archives: Neuberger

Chew on this

Is there any person in the New York metropolitan region who at one time or another has not recoiled from stepping on a used piece of chewing gum?  Or worse, found a piece stuck on the bottom of a desk or table?  Ugh. Though slightly gross, very annoying and morally disrespectful, it’s a part of […]

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Family-friendly Fun

People friendly, that’s what most people want from their summer leisure destinations. With that in mind, I took off with grandkids Astrid and Nadia for what I hoped would be a people-friendly weekend at Mystic Seaport this summer. Not only was it people friendly, but it was dog friendly, too.  And both kids and dogs (on […]

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A Review: Bestabeé Romero: Lágrimas Negras (Black Tears)

Today’s post is by guest blogger Joseph House. Joseph is an Art History and American studies major at Manhattanville College. He is currently a Junior, but has always had a passion for contemporary art. He frequently visits galleries and museums and thinks one can never spend too much time in an art museum. Black Tears […]

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