Tag Archives: New York City
An amazing sight: two monumental, soaring sculptures of the mythical birds high above the nave of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Morningside Heights. They were made out of discarded construction materials (such as pipes, wheels, gas canisters, … Continue reading
Bergdorf Goodman has wonderful holiday windows, but this year Saks is over the top.
We know about manspreading – the male practice of sitting with knees far apart on the subway, occupying an extra seat. Here’s an example of womanspreading – occupying an extra seat or table with purse, newspaper, etc. Can I help … Continue reading