Chinatown and Dim Sum at Golden Unicorn

Anyone who has visited New York’s Chinatown knows that it is a very interesting place.  I’ve never been to China, but I do feel like I am transported to a different country whenever… Continue reading

Italian Garden

My parents have lived in the same house in Nassau County, Long Island since the year I was born 1974.  Actually, they moved there a couple of weeks before my birthday.  For as… Continue reading

Keeping calm and injecting on…

Its hard to believe how close we are getting to completing our donor egg cycle.  I am currently on injections of 10 units of Lupron daily and two estrogen patches every other day… Continue reading

Bedtime song post: Audioslave – Like a Stone

Sexy Chris Cornell (of Soundgarden fame) on lead vocals mixed with Rage Against the Machine former band members Tom Morello (lead guitar), Tim Commerford (bass/backing vocals), and Brad Wilk (drums) formed the amazing… Continue reading

Inspector Morse Prequel: Endeavour, Series 1

Well, it isn’t too often that I get really into a television show, but for the last four Sundays I have been riveted by the new prequel to the Inspector Morse series called… Continue reading

A Late Quartet

Can someone please remind American Airlines not to play downers during in flight movies??  A good artsy type of a film for sure, but I much prefer a cheesy slapstick comedy when traveling… Continue reading

Bedtime Song Post: Tori Amos – Winter

I haven’t heard this one in so long, but it is such a great song. I can’t believe that Tori Amos drifted out of the public eye with all her immense talent. The… Continue reading

Bedtime song post: Dead Can Dance – The Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove

Dead Can Dance is one of those bands that combine a unique vocal with very medieval instrumental additions and african drumbeats adding up to pure genius.  Not much to watch on the video,… Continue reading

rage_on_ny does Cabo San Lucas, MX

Apologies to the readership for a hiatus in writing on this blog.  My life lately has been composed of sending annoying appeals letters to Cigna for non-coverage of infertility therapy, brain shrinking, working… Continue reading

Alsatian Dining on the Upper East Side

Bordering on both Germany and Switzerland, the cuisine of Alsace is unique because it incorporates elements of France as well as its neighbors. It is quite peculiar that we find ourselves with two different… Continue reading

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