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“Letter To A Hero”: A Personal Anecdote

In 1943, our dad, Marvin Barr Seiger, was in a movie, “Letter to a Hero.” It was a short film about a school teacher in Monroe, NY writing a letter to her former student who was fighting in WWII, probably in the Asia Pacific Theater. The film was nominated for

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A Plethora of Plump Peaches and Plums

When we were freshmen in high school, my friend Mary Ann told me that the best way to practice kissing was to repeat the phrase, “Peaches, Plums, and Alfalfa” over and over. You just tried it, amiright? So this time of year is a great way to practice your kissing

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Get Ready for Berg’n: Brooklyn Flea’s Grand New Food And Beer Hall

You know how you sometimes wake up at work and realize you were dreaming about a ramen burger? Do you ever wish Smorgasburg was open all week? Well, your wish has been granted. The Brooklyn Flea‘s new beer hall, Berg’n, opens on Wednesday! James and I went to the pre-opening

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Brooklyn Night Bazaar: A Market Where We Can Have Fun and Stay Up Late

New York is the “City that Never Sleeps,” right? Well, for a while now, we have been able to say that at least one of our markets is a place where New York can hang out until the wee hours. The Brooklyn Night Bazaar was the first – and still

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Weekend Market Picks August 23 & 24, 2014: Brooklyn Night Bazaar

It’s late summer, and we all really need to focus on squeezing all the fun we possibly can before fall comes with its busy schedules and expectations for the rest of the year. So grab your friends and go enjoy the relaxed vibes, great food, and incredible innovation in the

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