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... woman's relationship with New York City. Everyone in the city of millions is different from the next, but they are all people experiencing the city together. It's about people being in (or moving to) the city and how this is a new, unifying, and adventurous experience.
Her lyrics are so true to every encounter I have had with NYC. The chorus goes: “Welcome to New York; it’s been waiting for you. Welcome to New ...
... border: 0px; outline: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; background: transparent;">Mr. Feeny: Now when I pulled the flower out of the small pot in my living room it resisted a little, it tried to hang on by its roots. I had to force it out.
... their facilities are great. We spent the morning in Starbucks enjoying an expensive tea and stealing their wifi. Cranston is a pretty well to do neighborhood so we were surrounded by some pretty snazzy looking business people. After we were done at Starbucks we grabbed a quick lunch in the Westy and started driving to Connecticut! When we got to New Haven it was pouring rain outside so we spent the evening watching Star Trek and playing Super ...
... of easy driving along the Freeway before we turned off into Downtown New Haven looking for somewhere to park. Not an easy task as it turned out; we ended up on the far side of town, but luckily within short walking distance of our goal, Yale University. Having already visited Harvard and Dartmouth, it seemed logical to pay a call into Yale. We found New Haven Green, the starting point for Yale stuff. Very green and picturesque with a sprinkling of ...
"Do human beings realize life while they live it...every, every minute?" Emily Webb asks in the final scene of Thornton Wilder's Our Town.
Originally, I didn't want to write a post about this play. Every time I thought of it, I just felt bad...bad about the way I live my life, about the way others live their lives, and about how life must be lived.
The first two acts follow the lives of families in a small, ...