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It’s Christmas Time in the City

Yes, yes, it’s that time of year. The holidays are quickly approaching (or if you’re Jewish, they’re here—Happy Hanukkah, by the way!) and the city has undergone its annual transformation into a winter wonderland, garnished with red ribbons and LED lights galore.  There really is only one way to describe it. New York at Christmas […]

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NYC From a Photographer’s Lens

It’s no surprise that New York City is a Mecca for the artist types. Photographers, painters, writers—they’re all a dime a dozen, as they say. Recently I had a photographer friend visit for an extended-yet-still-felt-too-short weekend before his sojourn to Europe.  Not only do I love visitors, but I love artsy visitors because they always […]

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Henri Cartier-Bresson rocks the MoMA

The Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Modern Century exhibit has been on my to-do list since it opened in April at the MoMA and I’m delighted that Number 12 has been checked off the Summer Bucket List.  The sixth floor of the museum currently houses hundreds of Cartier-Bresson’s photos, some well-known and some revealed to the public […]

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