As Sylvia’s childhood becomes a gentrified neighborhood, there remains some favorite local addresses.
The Williamsburg Bridge leads to a deli, a popular food court, an art library, and a hidden gem café.
A Danish variety store and an independent bookstore.
Herald Square is about “being a tourist in your own city.”
Thrift stores and Asian-inspired eateries make up East Village’s eclectic addresses.
Everything was happening so fast that there was no time to think beyond the present moment, and everything was new.
5 things you should own for your closet, inspired by Japan.
A host family feels like a simulation, like we were all playing into our respective roles even though we had just met.
It is a story told ad nauseam.