Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel
Travel Blogs from Brooklyn
... 8211; something a bit different! After that we went to a tailor that Matt found that makes custom fitted business shirts for cheaper than off the rack styles.
On Monday night I went to a free Marketing for Artists’ event at BAS (my studio). The series of workshops is presented by Arts Gowanus in preparation for the upcoming Gowanus Open Studios in October. Gowanus is the neighbourhood BAS is in. I’ve registered ...
... me years ago that if we went to New York he'd want to see David Letterman so we were hopeful, but not confident. There's always a catch when buying anything from a street vendor and although we knew better we bought the comedy tickets anyway so should not have been surprised when the 'two drink minimum' per person was not available in the bar before the show. Instead of paying their outlandish prices we popped over the road and enjoyed our first 'New York pizza by the slice'. ...
flying trapeze and aerial silk are being held there. Since I could watch for a
long time, it’s cool to see. It’s also in the videos. One of the guys are
really good, I asked him if I could film it, to show you the wall trampoline. They
don’t have that at Bounz. Cassie, the instructor got my jumping really by the
start and apparently I do everything the opposite way so it’s good I can work
On the ...
... I love my school, and the people I work with - my co-workers and my students. And I love the mission we are all dedicated to, "That one day all students in this nation will have access to an excellent education." As a transfer High School, we cater to students "at the end of the line." For one reason or another (we'll get into that another time) they've all fallen behind their peers, and they've ended up here at my school. Statistically, 7% ...
... been smooth and matched the level of musical ability played by the band, we might have stayed. But half a set was enough for R and I to know: It's time to hit the train and go home. I was still running on 4 hours of sleep (and a double espresso) anyway.
So much for musical adventure number one. Due to my recent experiences, I'd have to say at this point that the Chicago "cheap music on a weekday" scene is winning. Let's see what the rest of the week holds.
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