Road Trip: Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

  Let’s see…where shall we go? Just for a night. Maybe two. Let’s just get in the car and go!   Excerpt from the original article by Linda Pernice Kavanagh: New York? Been there. Boston? Done that. How ’bout Nantucket? It’s too crowded during the summer and too quiet throughout the off months. We want…

NYC, Part 7: Gotham Bar and Grill

Review: NYC’s Best Restaurant: Gotham Bar and Grill, Greenwich Village, New York City Our whirlwind tour of New York City ends on a very high note. For that we have THE GOTHAM BAR AND GRILL to thank. Our experience with Gotham goes back 20 years. For my partner and chef friend, Gotham was the creator…

Halloween Weekend in Yardley PA, Haunted Hayrides, Haunted Barn, Pick Your Own Pumpkins and Cornmazes

Shady Brook Farm, located in Southeastern Pennsylvania near New Hope, celebrates fall with a PumpkinFest and HorrorFest beginning this weekend. PumpkinFest features hayrides to the pumpkin patch where you can pick your own pumpkin, corn maze, inflatable amusements for the kids, trackless train rides, live entertainment and “The Barn of Horror”, which is a less…

This Week: The Great Jersey Tomato Tasting

The 16th Annual Great Tomato Tasting will be held at the Clifford E. and Melda C. Snyder Research and Extension Farm in Pittstown New Jersey, this week on Wednesday, August 30, 2006. This unique event celebrating the rural farm life that is part of our great heritage of New Jersey, will start at 3:00 PM…

Bucks County Pick Your Own Pumpkins and Gourds

Bucks County, A Farming Tradition Continues: Click on photo to see more pumpkins and Kintnersville PA farm photos On Thursday, October 6th, a friend and I stopped by Trauger’s Farm Market in Kintnersville, Pennsylvania. What confronted us was a sea of orange pumpkins and hubbard squash, and other assorted strange fall plant creatures. Fall Colors…

New York City Travel Blog: Part 4, Central Park & More

Central Park, New York City, May 2005 Having finished our walk up 5th Avenue we crossed over into Central Park and walked through this incredible 834 acre urban nirvana down to Columbus Circle. Columbus Circle Spring 2005 #3 New York City Cityscape 42nd and Lexington The focus of this shot is not the screaming graphics…

NYC Travel Blog: Part 2, Tour of Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center Photographers Having finished lunch, we walked upstairs to take a whirlwind tour of Rockefeller Center. As we climbed the stairs we were met with a sea of photographers. No, it wasn’t us that’s famous, it’s the place. Wisdom Light and Sound, 30 Rockefeller Center New York City #1, Sepia Wisdom Light and Sound,…