Monthly Archives: March 2010

New Song in the Round @ Rockwood Music Hall

Tweet Perusing my facebook feed last night,saw that one of my favorite urban folk/jazz musicians KJ Denhert is participating in a sort of musicians round table,at Rockwood Music Hall (on Allen Street,just off Houston on the Lower East Side-the M15 stops right in front (northbound) and across the street (southbound) and the F train also has…

A rainy evening on Christopher Street

Tweet George Segal’s Gay Liberation sculpture a monument in Christopher Park (right by the Stonewall Inn which is now a National Historic Landmark as of March 2000 ) in NYC. Because of the rain,weren’t many people around-but often see tourists as well as locals there. (Christopher Street/7th Ave South) Sent on the Sprint® Now Network…

Why should I work with a broker ? A few brief thoughts…

Tweet (I’m reposting a blog I wrote as my first post on Active Rain-as I am not *yet* a rainmaker there-I can’t make it public for everyone-so here it is for you all to enjoy !)     Besides “how’s the market”,this has to be one of THE most asked questions,especially with all the technology…

Happy passover ! Hag Sameach !

Tweet Wishing you all a happy passover,filed with peace,love and happiness. http://bit.ly/a9Xwrq Posted via web from Nicole Beauchamp @ NikkiBeauchamp

Latin Jazz on Tuesday night in Greenwich Village @ Garage

Tweet The Steven Oquendo Latin Jazz Orchestra is playing on Tuesday evening 3/30/2010 from 7-10PM at Garage Restaurant. I heard them live with @KevinLHicks the last time they played at Garage-it was awesome ! Garage also has fantastic happy hour specials and great food-come for a set,stay for dinner ! Super easy to get to…

A leisurely Saturday in the Big Apple

Tweet After a long,grueling,exciting and rewarding week-both personally and professionally,there are a few things I enjoy to kick back and relax. And what better thing to do than start my blog ! A work in progress…no doubt Back to relaxing,today my methods of choice were yoga,reading (Who’s Got Your Back, and Don Quixote) ,organizing and…