Posts Tagged ‘Upper West Side’
The occasion: a brunch for eight in our Washington Heights apartment, scheduled to begin in exactly 3 hours and 48 minutes. Which is to say that it was 9:12 am and we were in the car racing south on the West Side Highway, having already vanquished the Fairway in West Harlem, where despite the early […]
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Tags: Broadway, Brunch, Christmas Eve, Europe, Fairway, Lox, Sturgeon, Upper West Side, Zabar'
Unlike The Times, which in honor of today’s Halloween festivities speculated about paranormal activity in different luxury apartment buildings around the city — e.g., The Ansonia, The Dakota — we are more inclined to look at the question from a slightly different angle; to wit: is there anyone who walks down Broadway between 96th and […]
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Tags: Bank of America, Chase Manhattan, CVS, Duane Reade, Halloween, New York Times, Upper West Side, Washington Mutual