DC on a Whim

Much has been made about Google Buzz and it’s privacy issues.  However, for me, it’s totally paid off for me.  Last week an old friend posted some pictures of the cherry blossoms in DC; I commented and he invited us down for the weekend.  How could we say no (especially since Wen had never been).… Continue reading DC on a Whim

Ye Great Storm of 2010

It’s been snowing for over 24 hours now in NYC, so I thought I’d post some photos.  If I had cross-country skis, I could have probably skied to work today. Here are some shots of snowy Carroll Gardens: This is the intersection of Union and Clinton; it would normally be awash in taxis, school buses… Continue reading Ye Great Storm of 2010

They Did It

After 10 years of work and over two years of construction, the High Line finally opened today.  I’ve been waiting for this for years – literally: check out this blog post from two years ago.  I went to see it today – twice. I went once during the day (it’s my new place for reading… Continue reading They Did It