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Recent Posts:  Page 62

9/11 in New York – A 10th Anniversary Remembrance

The events of 9/11 created a huge hole in America’s heart. Many of the images from that awful day will never leave us, from the impact of the planes, to the burning Pentagon, to the heroics of the first responders rushing into the doomed towers. Ten years later, on Sept. 11, New York City’s 9/11 Memorial will open at the site of the World Trade Center Towers — giving the world a place to gather, mourn, learn, reflect and remember. read more »

Fashion Week Takes New York By Storm

In terms of sheer intimidation, few things beat New York’s Fashion Week – not even earthquakes or nasty tropical storms. The whirlwind of glittery activity that is generated by the multitudes of fashion insiders who gather together semi-annually to see the newest collections of nearly 100 fashion designers can create as many riptides throughout our culture as any tsunami. read more »

Empire State Building - The World's Most Famous Office Building

Empire State BuildingA trip to New York City isn't complete unless you take the time to visit the Empire State Building. Opened in 1931, the Empire State Building is the world's most famous office building, a historical landmark, and was named "America's Favorite Architecture" in a poll conducted by the American Institute of Architects. It's no surprise that visiting this amazing building is one of the top places to visit in New York. The graphic below will give you even more information about this amazing building. read more »

Picasso: The Women Behind the Artist

Discover the women, the passion and the heartbreak behind Pablo Picasso’s work presented in Picasso: Masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso, Paris currently on view at San Francisco's de Young Museum. read more »

Sailing the Streets of Boston with a Pirate

Ahoy matey! Hop aboard the Pirates and Patriots Tour of Boston's Freedom Trail, where you'll be escorted by a pirate, and your booty will be not doubloons, but amusing, interesting and historically significant tales about the Revolutionary-era locations on Boston's waterfront. But be on your best behavior, lest you end up walking the plank... read more »

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