Aggression and hustle in NYC turns into “ambition.”
I’m 1/4 Japanese and always wanted my eyes to look like my dad’s [Japanese] side of the family.
For all Chinatown has to offer, I can never understand why its inhabitants and visitors leave it so unkempt.
Sirio told me, “People need to travel. Learning different languages is very important.”
The night before our interview, I watched the documentary, Le Cirque: A Table in Heaven, sunken in fascination.
I went to Serendipity 3 for the first time during one of my earlier trips to New York. I was 19 years old, a college girl from Berkeley.
On the day I interviewed Angelo, I was running around Manhattan like a mad woman, conducting four interviews in one day.