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Esperanto, NYC

Despite traveling to cities all over the world, New York remains my favorite! Last month I spent four amazing days in NYC. Of course it flew by entirely too fast, but I made the most of it. I arrived on a friday evening, and met up Mike, Robyn, and Tash. After dinner we made our […]

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New traditions for 9/11

It’s hard to believe that eleven years have passed since the atrocities that took place on September 11th 2001. I was a graduate student in Baltimore, learning how to pour my first Western blot that morning, when the laboratory radio announced that a plane had hit one of the Twin Towers. At first everyone thought […]

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A day at the US Open

Last weekend my friends Jon and Ken took me on my first trip to the US Open. ¬†Going to the Open was one of the items on NYC bucket list, but in in all the years I lived in New York, I somehow never made it. Happy to cross it off the list! While I […]

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Naked before the camera

One of the best things about living on the Upper East Side of New York was the close proximity to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Met played an integral part of my Sunday Funday routine, honed to perfection over the course of four years with my UES neighbor, Tash. We share a love of […]

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Goodbye, New York

I vividly remember the day I moved into my apartment. The palatable buzz of excitement that envelops you when you step outside, and the sheer number of people on the streets.¬† I also remember spending the first few nights alone in my apartment, in tears, because I didn’t know anyone. All those people outside seemed […]

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