With a little help from Google Maps on my BlackBerry Curve, I reached 30 Rock.
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I walked over to Pommes Frites and ordered a heaping, hot cup of poutine.
Mudspot, the cafe tied to New York City’s popular orange Mudtruck, was a few blocks from my brother’s apartment in the East Village. While I was waiting near the entrance for Amy to arrive, I watched an endless stream of people duck in from the cold to grab their pre-work cup of coffee. I forget […]
We convened outside Keste Pizzeria & Vino on a cold Sunday night.
In no time, we were chowing down on sugary churros, dipped in hot chocolate.
What happens when you confine 20 travel bloggers to a private karaoke room in New York City?
Last Thursday night, I descended upon 92YTribeca in NYC for a panel discussion called Travel Gets Social: The New World of Travel Media. Also in attendance: Maggie Soladay whose tweet about it first caught my eye, Michaela from Briefcase to Backpack, Sherry from Ottsworld, and Brian from No Debt World Travel. Later, I gathered that […]
Last week, I headed back to New York City for the third time since returning home from my trip around the world. After settling into my brother’s apartment in the East Village, I looked to Yelp for a good local Thai restaurant to meet my friend for dinner. Zabb City at 244 East 13th Street […]
_ I was still in a New York state of mind when I picked out this week’s travel video. I love being able to see a place through a new perspective, and this time lapse of the city did just that for me. Amazingly, Max Moos shot all the footage during a 3-week stay in […]
Sosauce is presenting a free all-day community youth forum on progressive issues such as health, environment, global & local development and cultural diplomacy. They will be providing an open platform for young people to learn about how to use sites such as Sosauce.com with social entrepreneurship to create effective change. The event will be held […]