The Perfect Day Trip: Lambertville, NJ

By: Gabriela Yareliz I am a sucker for magazines. Always have been; always will be. These days, when I read a Southern Living or Country Living (clearly, if “Living” is part of the name, there is a great likelihood I will subscribe), I pass it along to my fiancĂ©, so he can enjoy the coolContinue reading “The Perfect Day Trip: Lambertville, NJ”

The Gardens at St. Luke in the Fields, Hudson Street

By: Gabriela Yareliz One of Manhattan’s loveliest places is tucked away at 487 Hudson St. I have spent many evenings at the Gardens at St. Luke; sometimes they are empty, sometimes they are full of children playing, while the mothers and nannies sit in a circle on the grass surrounded by strollers. The guardians occasionallyContinue reading “The Gardens at St. Luke in the Fields, Hudson Street”

The Conservatory Garden

By: Gabriela Yareliz One of Central Park’s hidden gems: The Conservatory Garden. I don’t even know how I discovered it, but when I saw the photo, I knew I needed to go and see it for myself. The trek up to this area of the park which is kind of parallel to East Harlem wasContinue reading “The Conservatory Garden”

West Village Girl; living in her Greenwich Village world

THIS POST HAS A SOUNDTRACK. (I know it can be annoying to press play, and then scroll back up to stop the song when it’s time for the next one, but indulge me). 1] Do me a favor and click play on this, so it plays while you read: By: Gabriela Yareliz Welcome to NewContinue reading “West Village Girl; living in her Greenwich Village world”

New York: Queens-Jackson Heights (Little India) and Flushing (Chinatown)

By: Gabriela Yareliz On a day with no school, it is time to explore the city. That is exactly what my friend and I did Monday, when we hit the train stations and the streets of Queens to see the ecclectic and ethnic neighborhoods of Jackson Heights and Flushing. Here is a bit of our journeyContinue reading “New York: Queens-Jackson Heights (Little India) and Flushing (Chinatown)”