A Dog’s Life on the Upper East Side

Downtown pit bulls. Uptown poodles. Walk down any street, any time and there’s living, four-legged proof that New Yorkers love their dogs! New York’s dogs are as varied as its people, and when I came across this ADORABLE Upper East Side illustration, I simply had to share it with all of you!

“did you know that designated spots in the park allow you to let your dog off the leash before 9 am and after 9 pm?”

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Gucci, SEGA and Secrets of the Plaza Hotel NYC

When you think about iconic New York hotels, it’s hard to beat The Plaza Hotel. The Plaza opened its doors in 1907, amid a flurry of impressive reports describing it as the greatest hotel in the world. Located at Fifth Avenue and Central Park South, this luxury hotel was constructed in the most fashionable residential section of New York City. Kings, presidents, ambassadors, stars of stage, screen and sports, as well as business executives and travelers from all parts of the world have gathered and stayed at The Plaza.

“An homage to eighties video gaming culture, the Guccy print draws inspiration from the SEGA logo—a fixture in the colorful arcades and coin-op game rooms of the time”

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Forget Barnes and Noble, Let’s Babel!

On Wednesday afternoon, I met up with one of my gays to do some shopping at Barnes & Noble, in Union Square. Adam just nailed a new assignment at work, and I was wearing a really cute outfit, so we decided to celebrate hump day with Raspberry Mojitos, before heading to the book store. One Mojito led to two and then three, and before we knew it, we decided to ditch shopping to go dancing. We headed to the East Village to scope out the dance scene and ended up at Babel. It may not be the hottest lounge in the city, but awesome music and a dance floor was exactly what we needed, and Babel fit the bill.

“You know those nights, the ones you don’t plan, they just happen…they always end up being the most fun.”

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