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... presented by the Inter School Orchestra of New York. The kids (ages 6-19) who make it through the audition for their bands and orchestras are the cream of the crop. Tuition is very expensive so they do a lot of fundraising to make sure that the parents' income is not a barrier for any child who wants to play an instrument. They offer lots of scholarships and loaned instruments. Along with the ...
... watch. It was beautiful. We could have stayed longer, but for about 20 minutes we relaxed and listened to these cherubic voices shining from their scriptures. Ted did get busted trying to take a recording to share on the blog. No signs said this was not allowed but a priest came behind him and banged the pew. Message understood. Time was running out before we had to be at the theater, so we went to a deli and had pizza and a drink quickly and arrive just ...
... and the intellectual elite -
an exclusive enclave where actors, writers, politicians, and executives plan
their next deals and celebrate their friends’ latest Carnegie Hall
Countless guests visiting from around the globe walk through the antique revolving doors
to catch a glimpse of the booth Dustin Hoffman sat in when filming Tootsie; to
see the inspiration that ...
... fitness gear, swings, a roller skate rink, bocca courts as well as grassy areas and food stands. Here we tried our first hotdog an giant pretzel, both of which were yummy, followed by some drinks as it is pretty muggy and hot here. Next we walked up to and over the Brooklyn Bridge. Now that is something I have dreamt about doing. The Brooklyn Bridge has a great history and is quite stunning in ...
... of cuisine. We started with some corn on the cob that had been BBQ’d and then rolled in parmesan. It was so simple but so tasty! Next we tried a Mexican sandwich with pulled pork in it which was so good it makes my mouth water thinking of it and finished with some refreshing ginger beer for the walk back across the Brooklyn Bridge.
Today I had a go at my first bit of volunteering with New York Cares. When my ...