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Lunch with a Water Witch

I must admit when I was invited to lunch at Gotham Bar & Grill with three wine writers I respect and Mr. & Mrs. Marc Mondavi (Janice) I accepted the invitation because it read “Have lunch with the Water Witch”…

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New York

Queens Cool

Queens, the largest of NYC’s five boroughs by size, is home to over 2.3 million people, which would make it the fourth largest city in the U.S. if it were not part of NYC. Queens’ melting pot boasts a brew of…

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Urban Adventure
New York

Urban Adventures in NYC

Are you the person, tattered guidebook in hand, trudging down a worn tourist path?  If you’re saying, “Yep, that’s me!” then I have a solution for you: Urban Adventures.  According to David, owner of NYC Urban Adventures,“Urban Adventures was launched…

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New York

Brooklyn Brewery

Steve Hindy, Co-founder of Brooklyn Brewery, was the Middle East Correspondent for the Associated Press where he covered wars in Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt and Sudan. Steve befriended diplomats based in Saudi Arabia, where Islamic law prohibits alcoholic beverages….

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New York

Hush Hip Hop Tours

I admit it; I know almost nothing about Hip Hop. But Doo Wop, that is another story. I literally know thousands of songs and singers. While using my computer I often turn to the video jukebox of songs from the…

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New York

Taste Harlem: Food & Cultural Tour

Since 2007, Jacqueline Orange has been the founder, owner and operator of Taste Harlem, introducing visitors and New Yorkers alike to the culinary delights, lively art scene and rich history and architecture of Harlem. A major bank merger in 2005…

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