New York

    Patzeria Perfect Pizza of New York

    11/26/12 •

    One of the joys of being in New York City is being able to enjoy delicious pizza by the slice at a low price. Patzeria Perfect Pizza is located at 231 W 46th St. between Broadway and 7th Avenue. I discovered this little pizzeria while visiting NYC; after stepping off the Greyhound at...

    Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, New York: A Living Aviation Museum

    9/10/13 •

    Ever wonder what the colorful barnstorming days of early aviation were like? You can find out firsthand by taking a trip to the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome near Rhinebeck, New York. Nestled in the Hudson River Valley in the enchanting Catskills of southeastern New York, the Aerodrome is a living aviation museum featuring about...

    Interactive Designer Resume

    7/08/13 •

    ...Acme Solutions Inc. New York, NY - September 2004 to October 2004 :: Created and updated Acme Solutions news and articles website Web Designer, Acme Creative Inc., New York, NY - October 2003 to May 2004 :: Repaired and updated Acme Creative's websites :: Converted English and French documents to HTML Interactive Designer, Agency Inc.,...

    Pratt Rocks Mountainside Carvings in the Catskill Mountains of New York

    10/15/13 •

    Whenever we travel near the Catskill Mountains in New York, we like to visit Pratt Rocks, a little-known collection of mountainside carvings just east of Prattsville. Mount Rushmore may be grander, but the Pratt Rocks relief carvings are older, some dating to the 1840s when local tannery owner and politician Zadock Pratt commissioned...

    Camp Sagamore in New York: Built by Moguls in America's Gilded Age

    8/26/13 •

    Historic Great Camp Sagamore, built in upstate New York's Adirondacks in the late 1800s for the well-to-do Alfred G. Vanderbilt family, redefined my notion of camping. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Sagamore is one of dozens of elegant so-called "great camps" that wealthy moguls built during America's Gilded Age. Located in...

    Keste Pizzeria Review, Manhattan: Top 3 Pizzas in New York

    9/28/12 •

    99 reviewers on Google, Keste rated 4.5 out of 5 stars. I was also intrigued by a comment that it wasn't New York style pizza – for me that's actually a bonus as I think a lot of NY pizza is actually crap. Really, really good pizza is not that easy to find in my...

    Join the Ice Harvest in Millers Mills, New York (1)

    10/07/13 •

    Carve out time to enjoy an old-fashioned ice harvest in rural New York. In Millers Mills, a farming hamlet in central New York, townsfolk honor a long-standing tradition every February -- an Ice Harvest that looks like something out of a Currier and Ives print. Millers Mills residents established this much-anticipated social event...

    Kaleidoworld, New York: Home of The World's Largest Kaleidoscope (2)

    8/29/12 •

    It seems like just about anyone who's looked into a kaleidoscope wishes they could climb into the cardboard tube and live in that fascinating, brightly colored world. At Kaleidoworld in New York's scenic Catskill Mountains, I did just that. Kaleidoworld is part of the entertaining in Mount Emporium at Emerson Place, and it's...

    Lucy-Desi Museum in Lucille Ball's Hometown of Jamestown, New York

    3/03/14 •

    We recently enjoyed a visit to the Lucy-Desi Museum in Jamestown, New York -- Lucille Ball's hometown. The museum is filled with rotating exhibits of memorabilia from the careers and personal lives of Lucille Ball and her first husband, Desi Arnaz, who starred together in the 1950s in television's beloved I Love Lucy....

    International Mask and Puppet Museum in Syracuse, New York

    6/21/12 •

    When I saw the 6-foot mask outside the Victorian mansion that houses the International Mask and Puppet Museum in Syracuse, New York, I couldn't help but grin. Open Hand Theater, which uses masks and puppets in its imaginative productions based on fables and folk tales, runs the museum and a gift shop. The...

    Hanford Mills Museum, New York: A Glimpse of America's Industrial Past

    11/29/13 •

    Just 35 miles from the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown and nestled in the foothills of New York's Catskill Mountains, the Hanford Mills Museum in East Meredith provides a fascinating glimpse of America's industrial past. Established back in 1846 and owned for most of its commercial life by the David Josiah...

    Brooks' House of Bar-B-Que in Oneonta New York

    9/23/12 •

    I enjoy looking for unique restaurants while I travel. But my favorite eatery is here in my hometown of Oneonta, New York: Brook's House of Bar-B-Que, a family business that began as a poultry farm. From there, it developed into a concession stand, and then grew into one of the largest open-pit barbecues in...

    Fort Stanwix National Monument in Rome, New York

    4/19/15 •

    If you're driving through beautiful central New York, Fort Stanwix National Monument in Rome is definitely worth a stop. This reconstructed Revolutionary War fort, originally built in 1758, depicts what life was like on the frontier in the mid-1700s. In 1778, troops here withstood a 21-day siege, stopping an invasion by British forces....

    Quality Assurance Analyst Resume

    7/09/13 •

    ...- 10/2003 Some Bank, New York, NY Quality Assurance Analyst EDS HR Implementation Project People Soft PS8.3 Project - Contract Responsibly for Functional, Regression, UAT testing of MDA (Manager Direct Access) and EDA (Employee Direct Access) for HR Implementation Project to ensure that the project meets the needs of the following business objectives: - Provide...

    Technical Support Resume

    10/06/11 •

    ...Attention to detail and precision, solid work ethics concerning meeting deadlines and reliability. - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Experience Mar 2005 - Sep 2005, Tech Support (Co-op) New York, NY Data Technologies - Assisted in troubleshooting user problems relating to Operating System issues (Win9x, NT, and Win 2000), Network Connectivity, TCP/IP configuration, upgrades, MS...

    Safari at Savuti Camp, Botswana

    11/17/14 •

    ...for the photo opportunities. And when I say hurried I mean really hurried. I've had taxi drivers in New York City drive slower! When we left the buffalo for good we happened upon elephant that also looked like they might cross the channel. Sure enough after some waiting additional elephants appeared and the crossing began....

    Waldy's Wood Fired Pizza Review: Unique in Manhattan

    11/24/13 •

    I've been called a pizza snob on more than one occasion. The name doesn't fit though, because I'll eat pretty much any pizza you put in front of me. However, I'm particular about which pizza I'll actually recommend. For the record, I generally favor deep-dish pizza a.k.a Chicago-style. Unfortunately, living in New York all...

    Getting to South Africa

    9/06/12 •

    Petting a Lion Cub at a Preserve Ever wonder what a safari trip to Africa is like? I did too and after years of talking about it, I finally got my chance to find out first hand. The following is a description of my trip to Botswana from New York passing through Johannesburg, South...

    Quoted By PM Network Magazine

    8/31/12 •

    ...are," Mr. Kilkelly warns. Sometimes the only answer is engaging additional resources. Look to isolate a particular component of a project that's relatively independent and outsource that work, says Marios Alexandrou, a web project manager consultant in West Harrison, New York, USA. "Being in a position to provide technical specs, deal with the inevitable technical...

    Making the Most of Your Trip to Tokyo

    7/12/13 •

    Tokyo has to rank up there with New York, London and Paris as one of the world's great cities, or should that be mega cities? However, it is not as cosmopolitan as the other three, at least in terms of population, which may be one of the reasons why it doesn't quite enter the...

    Control Your Online Profile

    1/15/13 •

    I've written on a few occasions the importance of controlling your online profile. That is, it's worth the effort of first, checking what is out on the web tied to your name and second, taking control of it. And now a New York Times article is covering the same topic. The article (login required)...

    Chinchilla Breeders (19)

    5/22/14 •

    ...with you. Thanks! US-Based Chinchilla Breeders Arizona AZ Chins Delaware Angel's Chins Florida Chinchilla Rampage Winmar Farms Illinois ABC Chinchillas Chocolate Chins Indiana NWI Chinchillas Louisiana Sunset Chinchillas New York Paul Kubasiewicz North Carolina Tiffany's Chinchillas Pennsylvania Susan J. Lamb Texas Heavenly Stars ChinZ Lone Star Chinchilla Non-US-Based Chinchilla Breeders Ontario, Canada Burgess Chinchillas...

    Bonaire Restaurants and Food

    3/12/15 •

    ...agree that they're good. But I've also eaten at a lot of pizza places and had a lot of lasagna over the years. While Pasa Bon was good, I wouldn't say it's memorable compared to what you'd get in a big city like New York. Note that reservations are highly recommended. During one of my...

    A Brief History of the Piano

    9/16/12 •

    ...can be found in Leipzig and in the Metropolitan Museum in New York. In the same period Other experimental instruments had been manufactured in France and Germany trying to reach the aim the musicians looked for. But none of these keyboards were as good as Cristofori's invention so they didn't catch on. After Cristofori's invention...

    Signing Up For Scuba Training

    8/23/13 •

    ...for scuba diving new york. Not a whole lot of options, but the one closest to us seemed good so the lack of options didn't matter to much. We drove to the store / training center first thing Saturday morning and even got there before the place was even open. Yeah we're that kind of...