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Among NYC Treasures~ The Building of the Twin Towers

Once upon a time there was a young boy by the name of H.A. Dunne, who lived in New York City. He started out life doing some acting, including stints on the shows “Mr. Wizard” and “I Remember Mamma.” Some where along the line that went by the wayside, he grew up, went to work Read more…

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Fast Food, New England Style

Want fast food in really cozy surroundings at a good price made in New England? It’s all here at The New England Emporium Eatery & Marketplace. That’s a mouthful of a name alright, but truly descriptive. Some of the foods you can order here to eat are from family recipes, can you believe that? Such Read more…

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Anything Old is New Again and it’s Great!

“Timeless treasures for today’s lifestyles.” Check. “A curious collection of things you can’t live without.” Check. The store is owned by Carol Orr of New Haven and she knows what she’s doing. These are two tag lines the owner of The English Building Markets is using to market this delicious New Haven shop of curiosities. Read more…

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There’s Nothing Like a Diner

What is it about a diner that just feels so comfy? Especially if it’s a vintage diner. It’s that whole booth thing I think, you feel sheltered, couple that with a steaming hot mug of coffee and, well it makes you slink back and say ahhhhhhh. A diner is a meeting place, has been for Read more…

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