Tag Archives: wrong impressions

Defending Jackie

I walk by 1040 Fifth, Jackie Kennedy’s longtime address (1964-1994), most mornings. Sometimes I gaze up to the 15th floor, other times, like today, stop to pay a brief homage. A girl was standing nearby, so I assumed she too … Continue reading

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Notes From The Carlyle – May 2014

I don’t know if anyone noticed, but I skipped a month at Bemelmans. Alas, drinking overpriced Pinot Noir at a hotel bar isn’t in my budget. To be perfectly frank, I can’t afford a pint of Ripple, let alone an … Continue reading

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Do I Look Interested?

I’d like to examine the fine line between politeness and flirtation. What brought this up? The amorous conductor on the number 6 train. Believe it or not, I’m a very cheerful person. Okay that’s a bit of a stretch, I’ll … Continue reading

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