Seems like every five years or so another undiscovered, gentrified neighborhood emerges from the scrap heap of old-school construction, independently owned shops, and a bouillabaisse of ethnicities. For the past decade it’s gone section by section through Brooklyn. From Brooklyn Heights to The Slope to Billyburg, and more recently a resurgent Bushwick, Brooklyn has become the place to live in New York.
While Manhattan gentrifies with a Baby Gap, Starbucks, and Duane Reade on every … read more
I’m not referring to the Snooki, J-Wow, Situation/graphic T-shirt and short shorts with heels version that has been glorified on MTV. I’m talking about the rolling ocean, sandy beaches, warm sun, and the diverse people who make up one of the most easy to access getaways within an hour or so from New York City.
The Hamptons, You Say?
The Hamptons are beautiful, posh, and sexy… a mini-Upper East Side with sand. But the same ocean is … read more
After making all the decisions to create your fascinating online persona for that dating website, the real challenge begins. And you’ll need a plan.
1- No Winks.
After reading and carefully reviewing her profile and photos and determining if she’s a “person of interest”, send her a brief─that means shorter than the U. S. Constitution─note that explicitly expresses your interest in engaging in some friendly dialogue and implicitly expresses your desire to meet her in … read more