New York City Lunch

January 30th, 2024
Patience With Snow

It had snowed in “The City” leaving a light dusting on surfaces for a brief time. I took the train to Manhattan to have lunch with my son, Chris, at one of my favorite restaurants.

The Columbus Monument

Recently, the NYC Subways have earned a reputation for being “dangerous.” I’ve traveled the subways for my entire life and they were never warm & cozy places, but always very interesting….

42nd Street Shuttle

When Chris and I arrived at 38th Street, I was surprised to see a public art display on every corner along Park Avenue. Carole A. Feuerman’s lifelike statues graced each cross street.


What a treat on a chilly winter’s day in Murray Hill! Hyper-realistic sculptures warmed the day!

Pisces Up Close

The statues were incredible! They looked like real flesh ‘n’ blood people who were going to move in the next second!


The grande finale on 34th Street was Carole Feuerman’s Golden Mean. The statue is a 1,500 pound bronze of a male diver. Feuerman described her sculpture as “An icon for achieving the impossible, for the struggle of survival and strength, and the resilience of the human spirit.” Wonderful…..

The Golden Mean

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