Vegas: All Work and All Play

I left Vegas three years ago with a long list of things I’d missed, and no idea if I’d ever be back to tick them off. But this year, I unexpectedly got the chance. But there was an important catch: this was no leisure trip, but my first international work trip. Consequently, my colleague Sarah and I […]

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The Killer San Francisco Itinerary

San Francisco is renowned for being one of the most liveable cities in America, and it has a respect for the arts and sustainable living that puts it on par with Europe’s most forward-thinking cultural hubs. There are so many exciting activities that the hardest part of putting together the killer itinerary is deciding what […]

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My Tony Awards

I love the Tony Awards. At this time of year, all the new shows are starting up, and it’s hard not to wonder which one will take the big prize. I couldn’t resist choosing my own winners! This isn’t so much a prediction, it’s just who I would give the award to. I couldn’t see […]

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Last Day in New York

We woke up feeling bittersweet this morning. That’s a feeling I’m getting used to. I love New York and it feels weird to say that I’m ready to go. After checking out (and having one last lesson on spotting fakes from Snoring Lamp Man), we tool the subway to the Museum of Natural History. We […]

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Day Seven in NY: The Circle Line

This morning we did the Circle Line, a 2 hour boat trip around Manhattan that has some great views of Lady Liberty, the Manhattan skyline, Brooklyn, Queens and New Jersey. I’ve started to get anxious about London and haven’t slept very well the past few nights. I’ve been doing research whenever I get the chance […]

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