is this glee
No, it’s the Q train.
On May 27th (the day we put out our first podcast episode) we will officially be 2 years old! Come celebrate our second birthday with food, drinks, board games, and lots of Sherlockian love!
Your ticket gets you all the noms (hors d’oeuvres) you want. There is a cash bar that sells all the alcohol your liver can take as well as soft drinks, tea, etc. Please note the food, while plentiful, is hors d’oeuvres, not a sit-down dinner.
You can get tickets at bsb2ndbirthday.bpt.me
Sherlockians at a bar called Bourbon Street? Count me in! Any of you going?
Such a beautiful homage to Manhattan. This is my New York of the winter of 2011-12.
I’m a New Yorker born and bred, but still after 21 years I get a thrill when I recognize buildings and streets in films—or, in this case, music videos.
I know the locations of almost all of these shots, including a few I saw being filmed last month from my office windows. How ‘bout you?
Ray, Girls episode 2x06, “Boys”
I attended Grand Central’s centennial celebration today with my father. It was amazing to spend a few hours lingering inside a building I pass beneath every day, and so often run through without taking even a moment to look upward. I was grateful, too, to experience it with my dad, who first introduced me to the city I now call home.
A New Perspective of the Day: Central Park, Manhattan
Russian aerial photographer Sergey Semenov took this breathtaking view of Manhattan near Central Park, which earned him the Epson International Photographic Panorama Awards 2012 in amateur’s built-environment category.
I can see my block!
I love to play tourist, stopping to document and appreciate the sights I see and take for granted every day. I live in my favorite city in the world. How lucky is that?
I love Google Mapping destinations in Brooklyn and realizing I’m about to spend my Saturday in a vacant lot / abandoned building / warehouse.