This has to be an Illuminati conspiracy.
According to New York 1, there is expected to be some wind, 50 mph gusts, and a lot of rain. They do say that the storm is expected to hit New York late Wednesday and last until Thursday and that it “won’t be nearly as strong or devastating as Sandy.”
There’s only one appropriate reaction to this:
As some of you know, Dan & I have bought a home in Maryland. In the next couple of years we will move down there permanently. So, I’m making a list of what I want to do in the next few years and would love to get some more ideas from you all. I’ve been here since 1996 and I’ve NY’ed it up so some obvious things are not here - like ‘see a Broadway show’ or ‘eat at Katz’s’ or ‘be in a shoot out’ - you know, your basic NY stuff. Anyways, here’s my list below. Please let me know what else I should add. I will post the final list mid-October.
Things to do before I leave NYC:
- Tea at The Plaza
- Visit the Statue Of Liberty
- Be an extra on Law & Order (let’s make this happen)
- Circle line or sailboat evening tour of Hudson
- Attend Met Opera or Ballet
- Eat Italian food on Arthur Ave
- Go to the new Yankees Stadium
- Go to a Brooklyn Nets game
- Buy Roger Clark a beer and listen to the jukebox
- Attend a trivia night with Pat Kiernan
- Take a row bow out in Central Park
- Spend an afternoon in the NYPL reading room
- Attend a show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
- Go to an auction at Sotheby’s or Christie’s
- See the Radio City Christmas Spectacular
- Take a hop-on hop-off bus tour
- Create some street art
- Attend an art gallery show (and not feel totally out of place)
- See a taping of SNL
- See Woody Allen perform at The Carlyle
- Dinner at The Algonquin in the Round Table Room & Cocktails in the Blue Room
- Drinks at 21
- Try on a ridiculously expensive diamond piece at Tiffany’s
- Go to the Feast of San Gennaro
- Win an Emmy (not specifically a NYC thing, but hey, it’s my list)
So, what else should I add? Post your ideas below. Thanks.
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