Category Archives: New York City

A Medium Rare Vegetarian Burger: Impossible?

As the title of my blog suggests, I am an omnivore. I eat meat, but I frequently try the offerings of companies that attempt to make meat substitutes, in the interests of sustainability. And, of course, in the interests of … Continue reading

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The Marshmallow: a Mindshare Indicator

I could not attend the Pope’s historic mass at Madison Square Garden yesterday. So I did the next best thing: I ate a Popemallow, of course. I doubt corn syrup will absolve me of my sins. And edible ink on … Continue reading

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Of Monsters and Men: of SWAT teams and aliens

Succumbing to a wall of sound is an expected outcome at a live concert. But almost getting blinded by lights? Of course, lights abound at concerts. Thousands of watts worth. But at the Hammerstein Ballroom last Thursday evening, the thousands … Continue reading

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Delta Scores Marcus Samuelsson for JFK’s Terminal 4

What does a 1.4 billion dollar upgrade to an airport terminal look like? I went to Delta’s pop-up preview at 378 West Broadway, New York City, which is currently hosting a sneak peek of what their newly revamped terminal 4 … Continue reading

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The Post Hurricane Sandy Cambodian Connection

When I walked below 26th street on the West Side, aka The Blackout Zone, I was brought back to Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The lack of traffic lights is what did it. Although Phnom Penh does have traffic lights on some … Continue reading

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