Author Archives: W.D. Moore

Catch It: Wear Sunscreen: A Primer for Real Life

Every time I pick up Wear Sunscreen: A Primer for Real Life by Mary Schmich, I have a smile on my face. Ms. Schmich’s lovely book is a treasure trove of wisdom, and fun anecdotes for living in a hectic … Continue reading

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Catch It: Gotham 2018: Meredith’s Astoria

One afternoon, as I was on my way to Kaufman Studios in Astoria, Queens, my head was filled with the beat of Duke’s Ellington’s “Such Sweet Thunder”. While strolling the streets of Astoria, I peered at trendy restaurants and old-fashioned shops … Continue reading

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Catch It: Salumeria Rosi

“Time is the longest distance between two places.”—words by Tennessee Williams. With this holiday season upon us, I recall the fondest times at my family’s Thanksgiving dinners in Atlanta, Georgia. And last Saturday, I was connected to that place and … Continue reading

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Catch It: Kreuther Handcrafted Chocolate

A weekly celebration for me is a chocolate treat at Kruether Handcrafted Chocolate. Kreuther is a chocolate bar where I take pleasure in exquisite pieces of chocolate confections and drink a cup of rich coffee while gazing at Bryant Park. … Continue reading

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Catch It: Till & Sprocket

Last Thursday, I met with my friend Michelle for a late lunch at Till & Sprocket, located in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan. We both ordered the same: Beet Caprese (sliced red beets, fresh mozzarella and pistachio pesto) with Salmon. … Continue reading

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Catch It: The Grapes of Wrath

I remember reading The Grapes of Wrath in college. This week I started it again. John Steinbeck’s lyrical novel of the motion of the winds, the rain and the unsettling of the sun brought me close to Harvey…with the devastation … Continue reading

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Catch It: Café Dada

Her laughter was unforgettable, her smile was sunshine, and her crab cakes were to live for. That’s how I remember my Aunt Vivie. When I would visit her at her home in the quaint seaside town of Cape May, New … Continue reading

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