Monthly Archives: January 2011

bravo Eataly

A pedicab passenger, Andrea, who made a point on her trip from Pennsylvania to visit Eataly made me click, read and look at some pictures, and I expect to visit sometime in the weeks ahead. “slow cook superstore” Eataly claims, … Continue reading

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Justin Bieber

Crystal and I are now facebook friends after I gave her and Janet a Central Park pedicab tour, and Alex is her boyfriend who liked the commented I put on her wall.  All of this continues to show some of … Continue reading

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Euphronios

Burgers, Bagels and Burritos is the successor of Sancochos as 49th and Bergenline in Union City, New Jersey. Ephronios is the name of a Greek or Roman artist who made a pot that became the center of a Metropolitan Museum … Continue reading

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NYC pedicabers are fashionistas

Tonight doing dishes my thoughts turned to a man in Michigan who I knew when he was nine and I was a young father.  It seems we had three phases.  I was a young father, and he was nine, so … Continue reading

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thank you, Lebron

Will Ryman is the artist with a temporary installation in the middle of Park Avenue, Manhattan, New York, North of 57th Street.  Huge flowers made one of my passengers guess Claes Oldenberg.  The poor New York City snow removal made … Continue reading

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David Kato, Uganda

The David Kato murder is tragic.  Human rights, Rolling Stones magazine and politics and justice of Uganda in West Africa is not easy for me to sort through.

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Maid in Manhattan

Clara is an older woman from Brazil, and she and her son took a tour with me recently.  Although language caused some limitations we connected, and I left them at the Boat House in Central Park, Manhattan, New York with … Continue reading

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