Month: August 2010

dish buzz: garlic shopping in manhattan

Lara also is founder and editor of Grits in the City One of the things I loved most about New York when I moved here was all of the specialty shops. Cooking something requiring the most authentic of Greek ingredients? It might take a bit longer to get there, but there are plenty of specialized Greek …

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Bee Strong: Inside the Hive of the Farmers Market at the Port Authority Bus Terminal

Irene Ross is a NYC-based Health Coach, CHHC, and AADP.  For more information, visit her website at www.eating4achieving.com Every Thursday, lucky commuters, together with the approximately 200,000 shoppers, tourists, office workers, area residents and various other people can find fresh local produce and vegetables, baked goods, sandwiches– and even wine–at a farmers market in the Port Authority …

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Buzzin’ Around NYC w/ Adam: Pigeons

As far as New York City residents go, few groups are hated more than pigeons (those guys with the clipboards on the street are a close second). They poop everywhere. They gather in large groups, then launch into the air without warning, flying just close enough to the heads of passerby to seriously freak those …

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Carly’s Dating Chronicles: Sex Tourism

Carly is also founder and editor of Carly’s Dating Chronicles Sex is fun. It’s an activity that all people love, regardless of their culture.  Having sex allows people to express themselves and connect with others.  Before TV and Film started making sex an acceptable subject, people were limited to having sex in a bed.  Now, things …

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