Category Archives: Harlem

Safe to Do Harlem Shuffle During Morning Rush?

One thing I love about New Yorkers is their abundant willingness to help strangers with directions. As we know, it’s not because they feel the need to help mankind, or want to ensure that a tourist has as good a … Continue reading

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Dumb, Dumber, Dumberer, and Their Three Friends

The 8:22 to Mt. Kisco. It’s been a long day, feeling even longer after the flood debacle the previous day. People are tired. Not so tired is a nattering six-pack of 14-year-old girls returning home after a day in the … Continue reading

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BFFs on the 7:22!

I’d never seen this before. The 7:22’s about to leave. A guy—Lennon specs, preppy, clean cut–asks another guy—rumpled beige suit, loosened tie, tired, resembling Robin Williams when he has a beard–to let him in for the window seat. Robin Williams … Continue reading

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Trip Home

125th Street Storage Deluxe Auction All Makes & Models Topless Go Go Girls D&M Towing Streamline Plastics … Melrose Golden Krust Pena Grocery Fordham … Botanical Gardens … Williams Bridge … Woodlawn Self Guard Self Storage Fleetwood J.C. Fogarty’s Bronxville … Continue reading

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