Category Archives: NYC

Poster Museum, NYC

Whether you view it as art, history, or both – the Poster Museum [122 Chambers St, New York, NY 10007] is sure to wow you. Philip Williams has been collecting since the 70s and the gallery is jam packed with … Continue reading

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Koneko Cat Café, NYC

If you’re a crazy cat person like myself, you’ve probably heard of cat cafés and dreamed of visiting one. The concept was created in Japan, but countries around the world weren’t about to sit around with cat like jealousy simply … Continue reading

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Modern Pinball, NYC

There used to be plenty of pinball arcades in Manhattan, but now only one remains. Luckily for those who love the game, Modern Pinball [362 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016] is a pretty amazing spot to be left with. … Continue reading

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Doughnut Plant, NYC

I do not deny my desire to devour all the donuts of the world, and at Doughnut Plant they are so darn delicious. There are multiple locations to choose from depending on which side of the world you happen to … Continue reading

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Flushing Corona-Meadows Park, Queens

Flushing Meadows Corona Park [11101 Corona Ave Flushing, NY 11355] is space of many lives. In the 1920s F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote of the park in The Great Gatsby, “This is a valley of ashes – a fantastic farm where … Continue reading

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Museum of Moving Image, Queens

Expectation is the root of all heartache, but what is it when something is much more than you expect? Wonderful, and the Museum of Moving Image [36-01 35th Ave, New York, NY 11106] is just that. Simply upon walking in … Continue reading

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Long Island Piers, Queens

Whenever I travel into the city, I want a skyline view. I think the Manhattan skyline is one of the most beautiful in the world, and it’s always best captured from another borough. In the Long Island Piers at Gantry … Continue reading

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