The Buzz About Bansky

Everyone is talking about it, Bansky has been back in town.  His most prolific contributions in NYC since 2013, it seems to have everyone watching for the next appearance.   Evidence of Bansky is hard to come by, finding it is like finding the golden Easter Egg at the local picnic. Recently presenting in grand style... Continue Reading →

For What It’s Worth

There’s something happening here...   What it is ain’t exactly clear. It’s time we stopped, children What’s that sound? Everybody look what’s going down. Battle lines being drawn. Young people speaking their minds, Getting so much resistance from behind.   A thousand people in the street... Singing songs and carrying signs, Mostly saying “Hooray for... Continue Reading →

Puppies!

This week we celebrated National Puppy Day.  Our plan was to celebrate it by hiking over to Saks and checking out their adoptables in the famous Saks windows. We made it as far as 6th Ave and ran into a parade.  Like a dog spotting a squirrel we were off on a new adventure and... Continue Reading →

Spring Arrives?

Wednesday was the first day of spring, but Old Man Winter was not leaving without a fight!  Winter claimed the day, bringing our 4th Nor’easter, and dictated that we would spend the 1st day of spring watching the world from our window.   Today the sun arrived and brought with her spring winds.  So, we... Continue Reading →

The Pride of a Guardian Angel

We had been looking forward to Friday for quite some time,  a women's basketball game between Columbia University and Dartmouth College, an Ivy League matchup.   As the day arrived, a Nor’easter blew in and and shut down  the town and the basketball game.  My thoughts?  I figured there must be a Slagle in town.  There... Continue Reading →

The Skinny on Slenders

Nothing in New York City is accomplished without much debate. Whether it is rent control, garbage pickup, halting the subways to perform maintenance or changing the skyline, New Yorkers have a lot to say on the subject. Lately I have been interested in the discussion on “skinnies”, or more properly, Super Slenders. It isn’t that... Continue Reading →

The Seinfeld Blog

Rain in the forecast but we didn’t care, it was above 40 degrees and we had been cooped up for too long.  Undecided about where to go, JAM said, “We haven’t been east for a while and we should go over to the other side of the island.  East it was. With our umbrellas tucked out... Continue Reading →

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