Super Bowl day is officially here and the excitement is building in Phoenix for Sunda’s game as well as in the major American cities. Last years the football event has been watched by 11.5 million viewers on Fox news. A significant number that hasn’t been beaten from any other broadcast in American television history. And Continue Reading
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Italian restaurants, parks, and grocery stores d’elite are the environments where the Italian wine events take place in New York City as well as Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Miami, and now even in a few major cities in Texas.
There is the smell of the sea, or at least it does remember the sound of water and a park somewhere. And ‘the East River promenade. A long course along the river on one side and the other traffic. Start at 59th Street and York Avenue, which is the road to the east of Manhattan Continue Reading
Thanksgiving or ‘Thanksgiving Day is a summary of’ a party where you can embrace his family and friends, alas, often scattered in different states here in America. An invitation to eat turkey on Thanksgiving Day may also represent an opportunity for someone to reciprocate a favor, pave a discord, setting aside a grudge inamicizia and Continue Reading
The race started Christmas shopping. It balances well. To kick off the ‘black friday’ – Black Friday, because the next day waiting for the Americans to Thursday’s Thanksgiving. In Manhattan, as in many other large cities of the United States, Black Friday has opened its doors at midnight. Malls and shops were prepared to work Continue Reading
In Manhattan we read at the table, but of wine. Tony May, an Italian-American restaurant owner invented the smartcellar, an iPhone with all the info on wines for sale. The offers to the customers at his restaurant on Twenty-sixth street SD26 East Side of Manhattan. The wines run the display of a device that resembles Continue Reading
In just 2 hours and 9 minutes and “23 hours, Meb Keflezighi in California and Nut Firehiwot dall’Ethiopia, won the New York Marathon 2011. It ‘started in Staten Island south of Manhattan, and then going through Brooklyn and the Bronx. The finish line in Central Park. The race attracts many athletes from around the world, Continue Reading