Tag Archives: New York

White’s Lies at New World Stages

I think it’s such a shame that the audience wasn’t more full on Saturday night, when I went to see White’s Lies at the New World Stages. True, the show is by a first-time playwright (albeit with a fair number … Continue reading

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“Race to the End of the Earth” at The American Museum of Natural History

For some reason, whenever I think of the American Museum of Natural History, my mind immediately transports me back to my days of babysitting. My memory of the museum itself consists of many diorama-shaped blurs barely glimpsed in the mad-dash … Continue reading

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Marina Abramovic Has Left the Building

I love the museums in this city (who doesn’t…?), and while I try to get to them as often as possible, it’s not terribly common for an individual exhibit to thrill me enough for a repeat visit. Three years ago, … Continue reading

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Live (and Free) from New York…

Don’t tell my parents, but the main reason I moved to New York was for The Colbert Report. Going to Columbia was a convenient way to get here, but I came for Colbert. I hoped (I guess I still hope, … Continue reading

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Eating Through the East Village

It may have poured rain on Tuesday for Commencement, but the weather was perfect by Thursday, as my sister and I joined the New York Food Tours East Village Food Tasting and Cultural Tour. New York Food Tours, owned and … Continue reading

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If I Can Make It Here

As a graduating senior who frequently writes for a blog, I’m supposed to be dispensing wisdom and waxing nostalgic about the fleeting pleasures of youth. But frankly, I don’t feel that wise and public displays of nostalgia often seem painfully … Continue reading

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Graduate Student Artist: Jing Chen

Jing Chen is a graduate student at the Columbia University School of Social Work. Jing left a high-powered corporate lifestyle in search of a new direction. Along the way Jing discovered her passion for oil painting. During her time at … Continue reading

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