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Saturday catblogging

Catching a hot bath with Luca's company ...

Catching a hot bath with Luca's company

Life in the City is good ... so many great places to think about a bath without actually getting one ...


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Posted December 31, 2005 07:47 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  Catblogging   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBacks (0)


Travel blogs roundup - December 28, 2005

A Guy In New York is a member of the travel blog network at Blogads, a group of independent travel blogs. Check out some of this week's headlines from the network:


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Posted December 28, 2005 12:29 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Travel   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Christmas Parkour

See a gap, jump it. See a rail, vault over it.

See a wall, climb it.

These are the instincts of traceurs, adoptees of a French-inspired sport called parkour that is part obstacle course, part pushing the limits of urban architectural functionality and all adrenaline-pumping excitement.

Where most people see walls and divisions, traceurs see opportunities for overcoming obstacles and barriers both physical and mental.

"For traceurs, walk in park is no picnic: Channeling Spiderman with adult discipline," by Athma Chansanchai, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, December 19, 2005

Le Parkour (also called Parkour, PK) is a physical discipline of French origin in which participants attempt to pass obstacles in a smooth and rapid manner.

Parkour is said to be l'art du déplacement, or the art of moving (from A to B), consisting of uninterrupted forward motion over, under, around and through obstacles (both man-made and natural) in one's environment. Such movement may come in the form of running, jumping, climbing and other more complicated techniques. The goal of the practice of parkour is to be able to adapt one's movement to any given situation so that any obstacle can be overcome with the human body's abilities.
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Practitioners of parkour are known as traceurs, a term of French origin. The names free running and free runner have been very frequently adopted by the English language media as a result of their use in the television documentary Jump London.

"Parkour," from Wikipedia

Some Christmas Parkour videos

Some other Parkour videos

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Posted December 25, 2005 01:27 AM  ·  Permalink   ·     ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Merry Christmas!

Christmas Tree and Neapolitan Baroque Crèche at the Met

The Christmas Tree in Peter's "living room" ... come and visit me any time ...
(Christmas Tree and Neapolitan Baroque Crèche at the Met)

Happy Christmas and Good Tidings for the New Year to all my cousins spread out all over this world ... thinking of you all ... Love, Peter Lo

Chug wishes all his family and friends Merry Christmas!

No posts until next week ...

Posted December 24, 2005 09:30 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Christmas   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Saturday catblogging

Luca enjoying a nap in the chair ...

Luca enjoying a nap in a chair

Life in the City is good ... don't you think this color looks good on me? ...


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Posted December 24, 2005 08:47 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Catblogging   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (1)

This Week in NYC Reviews - December 23, 2005

This Week in Reviews (TWIR)

Each Friday, A Guy In New York publishes "This Week in NYC Reviews (TWIR)," with quick links to New York City restaurant reviews and mentions from the previous seven days in blogs, magazines, and newspapers. This week's TWIR is truncated. The regular format returns January 6, 2006. Merry Christmas!

Also see our roundup of Michelin 1, 2 and 3 star restaurants with links to reviews ...

For a roundup of DC restaurant reviews from DC food bloggers and media, see This Week in DC Reviews at Hobnob Blog ...

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Posted December 23, 2005 11:27 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  This Week in Reviews   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (1)

"TWU Bad For Labor Nationally?"

...it does not bode well for Dems and labor when Blue State Ivy Leaguers react to strikes by saying that union chiefs should go to jail.

"TWU Bad For Labor Nationally?" Hotline on Call, December 21, 2005

Posted December 21, 2005 05:51 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  Moving Around   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Buyer beware ... the Art Market is hot and crazy

Buyer beware ... the Art Market is hot and crazy ... Happy Winter and Good Tidings ...

Artprice.com, a French company that tracks world auction results, figures overall prices in New York and London topped their mid-1990 peak for the first time this year -- by 33% and 19%, respectively. Meanwhile, Chinese art often soared to four or five times pre-auction estimates at recent Sotheby's and Christie's Hong Kong sales. Indian and Russian works are seeing similar gains.

"The Art Of Buying Art: Today's market looks awfully inflated. Tread carefully," Business Week, December 26, 2005

More

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Posted December 21, 2005 12:17 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  Auctions , Auctions and Appraisals , Museums and Art   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Transit Strike coverage

NewYorkology has lots of good coverage of the transit strike, and related links, including traffic cams

NY1 News


Posted December 20, 2005 12:17 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  Getting Around NY   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Best Hot-Pot in Manhattan is at Grand Sichuan

The best hot-pot in Manhattan is at Grand Sichuan ... with a wonderful view of the Manhattan Bridge and points south ... sit by the window and order the hot pot ... be prepared for the very hot Sichuan peppers ... go with at least 4 people to enjoy the meal ... French champagne will be a good foil for the Sichuan heat ... since this is the holiday season ... drink and be merry ... 125 Canal Street, at Chrystie Street, 212-625-9212 [MenuPages | NYT | openlist | Citysearch]

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Posted December 20, 2005 07:57 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  AGINY Good Value , Chinatown , Chinese , The Best   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Best blog posts of 2005?

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We're looking for you to tell us about the great blog posts you've seen this year. At year's end, we'll post links to the best posts we come across. (We'll also post ALL link submissions, but our links will appear at the top of the post.)

All submissions must be original material, although a post that is basically a link to another post will get a hat-tip acknowledgement.

Posted December 19, 2005 10:57 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  The Best   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Big Apple Blog Festival - December 19, 2005

Big Apple Blog Festival (BABF)

Welcome to the Big Apple Blog Festival (BABF), a representative roundup of this week's posts by NYC bloggers.

The Big Apple Blog Festival likes to go on tour ... if you have a NYC blog or you blog about NYC and would like to host an upcoming BABF, let us know ... The next BABF, on January 9, 2006, will be hosted by A Guy In New York ... Last week's Big Apple Blog Festival was hosted by NYC Stories ...

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The Big Apple Blog Festival is listed on the ÜberCarnival page and in Carnival News.

To nominate your favorite blog post about NYC, or if you have a NYC blog and want to see something in the next BABF ... or you have a NYC-related blog and would like to host an upcoming BABF ... send us a short write up and a permalink to aguyinnewyork [at] gmail.com ... or use the Carnival Submit Form ... see you next week ...

You are free to repost the Big Apple Blog Festival so long as you leave this URL attached: BigAppleBlogFestival.com.


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Posted December 19, 2005 07:57 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Big Apple Blog Festival   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Travel blogs roundup - December 18, 2005

A Guy In New York is a member of the travel blog network at Blogads, a group of independent travel blogs. Check out some of this week's headlines from the network:

Safari West continued at Jet Set Lara



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Posted December 18, 2005 07:17 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Travel   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Saturday catblogging

Loco lost between the bed linens ... the cat climbed up the white plastic shelvings in the closet ... what strength!!!

Loco lost between the bed linens

Life in the City is good ... so many great places to climb ... and get into trouble ...

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Posted December 17, 2005 07:27 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Catblogging   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (1)

This Week in NYC Reviews - December 16, 2005

This Week in Reviews (TWIR)

Each Friday, A Guy In New York publishes "This Week in NYC Reviews (TWIR)," with quick links to New York City restaurant reviews and mentions from the previous seven days in blogs, magazines, and newspapers.

Also see our roundup of Michelin 1, 2 and 3 star restaurants with links to reviews ...

For a roundup of DC restaurant reviews from DC food bloggers and media, see This Week in DC Reviews at Hobnob Blog ...

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Did we miss your favorite review?

Let us know: aguyinnewyork [at] gmail.com ... we're especially interested in hearing from NYC bloggers ...

Link to TWIR

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Posted December 16, 2005 07:57 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  This Week in Reviews   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (1)

Transit strike watch

NewYorkology is keeping a watch on the possible transit strike ...

And just in time is the Interactive Transit Map ...

Posted December 15, 2005 09:44 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  Moving Around   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Sleight of hand - the glass trick by Cyril Takayama

Japanese magician Cyril Takayama has posted some interesting videos ...

Pages with links to many more videos of Cyril Takayama's magic tricks ... CastPost ... Malaysia Magic Fellowship ...

MetaFilter has a discussion about the glass trick ...

Cyril Takayama is a member of Magic X Live and was part of "THEM - Totally Hidden Extreme Magic" ...

Posted December 13, 2005 06:37 AM  ·  Permalink   ·     ·  Comments (1)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Big Apple Blog Festival - December 12, 2005

Big Apple Blog Festival (BABF)

Last week's Big Apple Blog Festival was hosted by Harleys, Cars, Girls & Guitars.

This week's Big Apple Blog Festival is hosted by NYC Stories.

Some excerpts:

See this week's BABF for much more.

Next week's BABF will be hosted by A Guy In New York.

The Big Apple Blog Festival is listed on the ÜberCarnival page and in Carnival News.

To nominate your favorite blog post about NYC, or if you have a NYC blog and want to see something in the next BABF ... or you have a NYC-related blog and would like to host an upcoming BABF ... send us a short write up and a permalink to aguyinnewyork [at] gmail.com ... or use the Carnival Submit Form.


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Posted December 12, 2005 10:10 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  Big Apple Blog Festival   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Holiday Train Shows

Holiday Train Show at The New York Botanical Garden

After hearing so much about it, Gothamist finally decided to head up to the Bronx to check out the New York Botanical Garden's Holiday Train Show. Inside the conservatories, there are replicas of various NYC buildings and landmarks, "made entirely from plant parts like berries, mushrooms, pinecones, and twigs," with model trains running through around, through and over them. And Gothamist can say that the replicas are pretty incredible.

"Holiday Train Show At The New York Botanical Garden," gothamist, December 8, 2005

Holiday Train Show at The New York Botanical Garden . . . . Holiday Train Show at The New York Botanical Garden

Now What? has more photos of the Holiday Train Show, and reminds you to wear warm clothing ...

Holiday Train Show, through January 8, 2006, open Tuesdays–Sundays, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Tickets $16 - $5. All tickets specify an entry time to the Holiday Train Show. Please be on the Garden grounds at least 15 minutes before your specified entry time.

The New York Botanical Garden, 200th Street and Kazimiroff Boulevard, Bronx, 718-817-8700

Grand Central Holiday Train Show

This year's annual Grand Central Holiday Train Show consists of a newly created, 34 foot-long, "O gauge" train layout with model trains running on eight separate loop tracks through a wondrous holiday scene that begins in a living room on Christmas morning, then travels through a miniature New York City, across the HellGate Bridge, through suburbs, farmland, and on to the North Pole!

In addition to the working holiday train layout, vintage Lionel model trains from the New York Transit Museum's Lawrence Scripps Wilkinson collection will be on display and, in honor of the 100th anniversary of motorized bus service in New York City, the exhibit will also feature an eye-catching assortment of toy buses.

Grand Central Holiday Train Show, New York Transit Museum's Gallery Annex, at Grand Central Terminal, East 42nd Street, between Vanderbilt and Lexington Avenues, through January 16, 2006, M-F: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Sat and Sun: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm, free, 212-878-0106

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Posted December 12, 2005 06:08 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Christmas   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (2)

Travel blogs roundup - December 11, 2005

A Guy In New York is a member of the travel blog network at Blogads, a group of independent travel blogs. Check out some of this week's headlines from the network:


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Posted December 11, 2005 12:23 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Travel   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Saturday catblogging

Loco has found a new place to cat-nap ... the very cool marble wash basin ...

Loco cat-napping in the marble wash basin

Life in the City is good ... so many great places to sleep ...


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Posted December 10, 2005 09:02 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Catblogging   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

"Papering" and "Dressing the House"

For theater-lovers, learning some industry jargon couldn't hurt. "Papering the house," for example, is a common producers' practice to fill unsold seats. It's done during previews -- to start buzz about a new play, and assure a full house when critics are in attendance -- or when a show is past its prime and ticket sales dip. "We used to invite staff from fellow theater offices, sort of as a professional courtesy," says one theatrical company manager. "Now, no one wants to admit they're papering, so we're turning to sources outside the theatrical community."

Organizations such as Audience Extras (AE), Play by Play and Theatermania.com's Gold Club collect lists of interested theatergoers. In exchange for an annual fee of $85 to $99, those individuals receive offers to Broadway, Off- and off Off-Broadway shows (sometimes on opening night) costing just $3 to $4.50 a ticket. Seeing a play for such a ridiculously small amount of money, however, is viewed as a privilege; in return, producers expect proper business attire, etiquette (no skipping out at intermission), and discretion (don't brag at the box office about the great deal you got, while others pick up their full-price tickets). You are, in a sense, working the show, providing the actors with a full and attentive audience, often as they try to iron out kinks in a new production.

"Now That’s (Cheap) Entertainment," by Joseph V. Amodio, Newsday, January 15, 2004

Audience Extras distributes complimentary tickets to it's subscribers when a show is in previews, under publicized, expecting a reviewer or celebrity to attend, or would like the benefit of a full house.

As an Audience Extras subscriber you get to choose from over 1000 different events a year! You can attend as many shows as you like for only $3.00 reservation service charge per ticket! A portion of the service charge goes directly to The Memorial Foundation for the Arts to aid non-profit theaters.
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Audience Extras (AE) is a "papering" system (i.e. provide additional audience to shows when needed) that was established by Mr. Peter Copani and his son John-Vincent to benefit the Performing Arts in three innovative ways. First, by screening for responsible, dependable and discreet people to put in an empty seat when a producer needs extra audience. Second, by distributing "paper" complimentary tickets in a way that could develop future audiences, that is, on a "free sample" introductory basis. The third benefit is to use the AE "papering" program as an ongoing funding source for non-profit theatre. The cost of the AE communication system is covered by the ticket recipients making it free for theatre companies and producers who use the service to "paper" or "Dress The House".

Audience Extras, 212-686-1966

Theater Extras is a “seat-filling audience development organization” only. We do not sell tickets. Theater Extras arranges COMPLIMENTARY tickets for its members when a performance or event is in previews, under publicized, expecting the attendance of reviewers or celebrities, or would like the benefits of a full house. Performances range from previews to opening nights to performances throughout a show’s run.

Theater Extras, 212-802-7277 or 914-304-4093

Play by Play, a unique organization called upon by theatre producers to fill unsold seats to their Broadway and Off Broadway shows.

Performances range from previews and opening nights to performances throughout a show's run. Corporate attire is required for Broadway shows.

Play by Play, 212-868-7052

TheaterMania [Gold Club] works directly with producers, theaters, and venues to make tickets available for our members who discreetly fill the house and help build buzz and word of mouth for shows.

Members log into the Gold Club, select shows and events from our exciting and diverse list of offerings, print a voucher, and present it to the box office. It's that simple! The membership pays for itself with one or two shows!

TheaterMania Gold Club, 212-352-0255

Posted December 9, 2005 09:02 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  AGINY Good Value , Theatre , Tips   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (2)

This Week in NYC Reviews - December 9, 2005

This Week in Reviews (TWIR)

Each Friday, A Guy In New York publishes "This Week in NYC Reviews (TWIR)," with quick links to New York City restaurant reviews and mentions from the previous seven days in blogs, magazines, and newspapers.

Also see our roundup of Michelin 1, 2 and 3 star restaurants with links to reviews ...

For a roundup of DC restaurant reviews from DC food bloggers and media, see This Week in DC Reviews at Hobnob Blog ...

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Did we miss your favorite review?

Let us know: aguyinnewyork [at] gmail.com ... we're especially interested in hearing from NYC bloggers ...

Link to TWIR

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Posted December 9, 2005 07:24 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  This Week in Reviews   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Christmas light show

PunditGuy links to

the most amazing, creative and well executed Christmas lighting display I’ve ever seen. Prepare to be amazed.

Video here ....

Here's a link to another video on the same house set to Jingle Bells, by Barbara Streisand ...

Update: According to Snopes, this was the 2004 Christmas light display of "Carson Williams, a Mason, Ohio, electrical engineer who spent about three hours sequencing the 88 Light-O-Rama channels that controlled the 16,000 Christmas lights in his annual holiday lighting spectacular."

"Man decks house with synchronized lights," boston.com, December 6, 2005

"25,000 lights dance to music: Display timed to a broadcast soundtrack," by Jessica Brown, The Cincinnati Enquirer, December 5, 2005

Mr. Williams shut down the display on December 6, 2005, due to traffic congrestion in his neighborhood

Posted December 8, 2005 06:03 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Christmas , Humor   ·  Comments (1)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Central Park in snow ...

snow in Sheep Meadow, Central Park, December 6, 2005
Snow in Sheep Meadow, Central Park, December 6, 2005

snow in Central Park, December 6, 2005
Snow in Central Park, December 6, 2005

Elm trees in snow, Central Park, December 6, 2005
Elm trees in snow, Central Park, December 6, 2005


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Posted December 7, 2005 09:37 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Central Park   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Harold Pinter's "Celebration"

Even social-climbing New Yorkers, the most shameless name-droppers on the planet, might feel compelled to cut back on celebrity-citing after meeting the wistful waiter now serving boldface dish at the Atlantic Theater Company. An employee of a sweller-than-thou London restaurant, this logorrheic fellow, deliciously played by David Pittu, shows up in the enjoyably boisterous production of Harold Pinter's "Celebration" that opened last night.

"Lifting the Art of Name-Dropping to a Cosmic Level," by Ben Brantley, The New York Times, December 6, 2005

"A pair of Pinter plays," by Jacques Le Sourd, The Journal News, December 6, 2005

Atlantic Theater Company, 336 West 20th Street, 212-645-8015

I saw this play and so very enjoyable ... great acting! ... Thanks to Ms Y-McGuinn!

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Posted December 6, 2005 01:58 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  Theatre   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Big Apple Blog Festival - December 5, 2005

Big Apple Blog Festival (BABF)

Last week's Big Apple Blog Festival was hosted by A Guy In New York.

This week's Big Apple Blog Festival is hosted by Harleys, Cars, Girls & Guitars.

Some excerpts:

See this week's BABF for much more.

Next week's BABF will be hosted by NYC Stories.

To nominate your favorite blog post about NYC, or if you have a NYC blog and want to see something in the next BABF ... or you have a NYC-related blog and would like to host an upcoming BABF ... send us a short write up and a permalink to aguyinnewyork [at] gmail.com ... or use the Carnival Submit Form.


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Posted December 5, 2005 10:49 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Big Apple Blog Festival   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Davidburke & Donatella ... fancy dessert ...

Roger contemplating his $20 dessert from Davidburke and Donnatella ... lunch for the end of the season ...

Roger contemplating his $20 dessert from Davidburke and Donnatella

Roger says, "It was a rip-off - I thought it was part of the 22.12 menu." Uh, OK Roger ... Roger did not read the fine print on the menu at Davidburke & Donnatella and we have to cover his $10 desert supplement ...

Hans, who is much more experienced, enjoyed the plain desert of apple pie with ice cream

however, our other lunch partner, Hans, who is much more experienced, enjoyed the plain desert of apple pie with ice cream ... and he is smiling all the way to the bank ... p/s: we all met at NYU in 1968!!!


Davidburke & Donatella (web site), 133 East 61st Street, bewteen Park and Lexington, 212-813-2121 [MenuPages | Openlist | NYT | Gayot | Citysearch]

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Posted December 5, 2005 06:12 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Restaurants   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Travel blogs roundup - December 4, 2005

A Guy In New York is a member of the travel blog network at Blogads, a group of independent travel blogs. Check out some of this week's headlines from the network:


Posted December 4, 2005 12:18 PM  ·  Permalink   ·  Travel   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (0)

Saturday catblogging

Luca has found a wonderful Peaceful Kingdom to cat-nap, on the grey marble tiles beneath the bathroom cabinet ... but Luca can sleep anywhere ...

Luca sleeping on the grey marble tiles beneath the bathroom cabinet

Life in the City is good ... running water ... lots of great places to sleep ...

Posted December 3, 2005 08:44 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  Catblogging   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (1)

This Week in Reviews - December 2, 2005

This Week in Reviews (TWIR)

Each Friday, A Guy In New York publishes "This Week in Reviews (TWIR)," with quick links to New York City restaurant reviews and mentions from the previous seven days in blogs, magazines, and newspapers.

For a roundup of DC restaurant reviews from DC food bloggers and media, see This Week in Reviews at Hobnob Blog ...

____________________________________

Subway MTA map | Straphangers interactive map | schedules | HopStop

Did we miss your favorite review?

Let us know: aguyinnewyork [at] gmail.com ... we're especially interested in hearing from NYC bloggers ...

Link to TWIR

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Posted December 2, 2005 09:13 AM  ·  Permalink   ·  This Week in Reviews   ·  Comments (0)   ·  TrackBack (2)