Neil Kramer explores friendship, love, and sex, and the dangerous art of writing about it.
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Tag Archives: New York City
Thanks for letting me share with you these NYC photos over the last two months. Next Thursday, I’m flying out to Los Angeles to take care of a few things left unsettled. In the beginning of August, I will attend … Continue reading
(via iphone3) I’m beginning to understand why I never get any PR companies asking me to attend blogging events. It not because I’m not a parent. It’s because I am bad in writing reviews of blogging events. I’m … Continue reading
Every year during Christmastime, the MTA in New York City runs this special “Nostalgic subway train,” made up of subway cars from the 1930′s and 1940′s. On a few Sundays during December, it runs back and forth between Queens and … Continue reading
New York City may have nine million residents, but it is a small town when it comes to meeting available women. Or at least so it seems when we go out on the town. At a half past ten, I … Continue reading
This is where I grew up and where my mother still lives. It may not look like much, but it is one of the nicer apartment buildings in my Queens neighborhood. My grandmother lived a few blocks away, in a … Continue reading
Here is a photo of my parents on a date at the Luau 400, a famous New York Tiki-bar that is long closed. The Luau 400 (Polynesian), at 400 E. 57th St., is another example of what we think the … Continue reading