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I had the good fortune of living in New York City from June 2013 to June 2014. It was a very interesting year and I did a very good job enjoying what the city has to offer.  Shows, ballets, operas, theatre, parks, restaurants, shops and museums and more museums. The past week (a month since I moved back to Los Angeles) I went back for 5 days and I had the weird feeling that those 12 months never really happened, although the familiarity with the streets, the corners, the smells, was intact.

Don’t get me wrong, I love living in Los Angeles and my life here, but it is always good to go back and be a visitor in The City.

Two of the highlights were going to see the Musical If/Then with the extraordinary Idina Menzel and having a nice lunch at Gramercy Tavern by myself (an amazing spinach and mushrooms lasagna). The show was surprisingly moving and smart. I never cried so hard during a live performance. Ever.

At the theatre I ran into my dear friend Elizabeth Tramontozzi, and it was her birthday. It was a lovely surprise and it reminded me how serendipity can bring us sparks of happiness if we are open to it.

In the photos I am wearing skinny jeans and blazer by TopMan, a shirt by Benetton and boots by Prada. It is not easy to dress for the heat in New York City during the summer.

Me  Me Me with some light flares in front of the New York Public Library:MeNYC

NY 1My view looking north:NY 2

My view looking West (yes, that is the Hearst Tower):NY 3Manhattanhenge” seconds after sunset.NY 4At the MOMA:MOMAOld and New:NY 5Columbus Circle:Columbus Circle

The Musical “If/Then”If/ThenElizabeth, Idina and Me:Me and ElizabethGramercy TavernSpinach and Mushroom lasagna:LasagnaMore buildings. Amazing architecture.NY 8NY 6

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