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Helgard’s Goulash und Spätzle

Posted on October 18, 2010 by in Cooking, Food & Drink

ShareLets go beyond the onion spired churches into the rolling hills of upper Bavaria for some real down home Goulash und Spätzle that is surprisingly easy to make and enjoy Share

Cinderella Is Having A Ball In Irvington

Posted on October 13, 2010 by in Theater

ShareThe Clocktower Players are presenting this classic fairy tale in musical form from November 6 to 14. Get your tickets now! Residents of Irvington, who were out enjoying the 6th Annual AQUEFEST last Sunday, were treated to a preview of this family friendly, charming production. Share

Design Flair For Your Family Life

Posted on September 23, 2010 by in design

ShareNew York City doesn’t have the monopoly on culture and design and it’s sad that those city folk think that they do. We can’t help them, but we can help ourselves. Here are three little things you can do to sprinkle some more awesome on Irvington. Share

90’s Nostalgia – it’s da bomb!

Posted on April 30, 2010 by in Culture

ShareIn Greek, nostalgia literally means ‘the pain from an old wound’. It’s a twinge in your heart far more powerful than memory alone. It takes us to a place where we ache to go again…It lets us travel the way a child travels. Round and round. And back home again. To a place where we […]

Manhattan Date on the Super Cheap

Posted on March 22, 2010 by in Entertainment, New York City

ShareIt’s not just fools who part with their money in Manhattan — everybody does. If you’re smart about it, however, you and your honey can do a day trip to Manhattan on the super cheap. Share

Prep for the NY Soda Tax

Posted on March 14, 2010 by in Health

ShareBe a step ahead of the New York Soda pop tax. The government is proposing a penny an ounce tax on soda, which they say will raise 1 billion dollars in revenue a year and backers say the levy also would help reduce obesity. This would amount to 64 cents extra per plastic gallon jug […]

10 Years Since the Tech Bubble Burst

Posted on March 10, 2010 by in Business, Economy

ShareIt’s been 10 years since the tech bubble burst. I was living in South Park San Francisco when it happened. It was a stunning transformation from boom town to depressionville. While the rest of the country was starting on a housing bubble, South Park became full of for rent signs. Share

Clipboards Aren’t Boring Anymore

Posted on March 9, 2010 by in Business, design

ShareJust because you need a clipboard, doesn’t mean you have to be boring. BlueDogz Design’s award winning clipboards are the bomb! Clipboards are great for your office, home, car, cubicle, kitchen or right in your bag – and of course, they are the essential ingredient to a fantastically great gift! Bluedogz Design also carries delightful […]

Get Over Your Neck – watching movies the right way

Posted on December 29, 2009 by in Health

Get Over Your Neck - watching movies the right way

ShareThe proper way to watch a film is from the front rows. Yet 95% of the public who seem so glad to go to an IMax or big screen theater experience, then choose to see the film from the back, over the shoulders of others, until the screen is the size of an iphone. Why? […]

More Energy — better health through better eating

Posted on June 2, 2009 by in Health

More Energy -- better health through better eating

ShareWant more engery? Watch what you eat very carefully. I recently cut all sugar, coffee & alcohol out of my diet and completely separate my foods these days. I eat veggies and unprocessed organic foods only. It’s been surprisingly yummy and easy to do this time. I don’t feel tempted. I have ample energy after […]