This funny little glass house sits primly under the Brooklyn Bridge. Art for the sake of art, charming us with gay colors and unexpected presence.
Who knew so many little pizzerias were waiting to tempt us under the Brooklyn Bridge?
The first time I saw her she took my breath away. I don’t know if it’s because I’d heard so much about her, and seeing her in person was like meeting an old friend. Someone watching over me, like an older sister or wise old aunt. So when we hopped on the Staten Island ferry […]
The Rock is where it’s at in New York City. Maybe it’s the skating rink, the fact that Tina Fey’s sitcom “30 Rock” was named for the building beside it, or maybe because I’m a die hard Today Show fan and you can watch the show through the window across the street. Jimmy Fallon films […]
Ever want to know what it feels like to be fully, passionately, abundantly in love? “The Kiss” by Rodin makes you want to carry this masterpiece home as a reminder of how precious it is to be truly loved.
When I was about 13 years old, I spent the summer in England with my dearest Grandparents. They took me on a cultural tour of England and first stop was Salisbury Cathedral. The stained glass there is world renowned, specifically a window called the “Prisoners of Conscience” has stuck with me all these years later. […]
Somehow on my second visit to the Big Apple, I ended up in a museum dedicated to medieval art and architecture, which is a bit of a miracle in itself, considering my third book has strong themes from this era. I was overwhelmed from the outset by all the artifacts, stained glass, and the sheer beauty of […]
After sipping Prosecco and watching the world go round at Columbus Circle, we pulled up to a counter and sampled this plate that was to die for at Eataly, an Italian market founded by Mario Batali.