Tom Cotter explains that beer isn’t the only thing that you can hold like a six pack.
"Little Bytes of the Big Apple,"videos of NYC. Robert Westfield, discusses the changing East Village and the Astor Place Riot. Colonnade Row, Blue Man Group, Public Theater, Barnes and Noble, Sculpture for Living.
From "Little Bytes of the Big Apple," video tours of New York. Author and NYC guide, Robert Westfield, takes us to the Cooper Union to discuss continuing education, gelatin, the sons of shoemakers, and how Cooper was the first to give us the shaft.
Walter Procek brings up an instance to where they need to add an extra chapter in the Kama Sutra for people with less limbs.
Little Bytes of the Big Apple, video tours of NYC. Author, Robert Westfield, arrives in Union Square, to show us the Statue of Liberty's little brother and what was once the city's most dangerous intersection...though today it's no Flamingo Road!
From "Little Bytes of the Big Apple," a series of video tours of New York City by Robert Westfield and Cayce Crown. Outtakes from City Hall to Union Square.
Gregg Rogell lets us know that when he’s in love, he’ll go to church, say a Hail Mary and receive communion….oh yeah, did I mention he’s Jewish.
When you’re the last virgin in your group of friends, you might have to lie about getting laid in order to save face. But for Carl Yard, he had to go one step further in order to convince them.
There are many do’s and do not’s in a relationship. Cotter names the definitive DO NOT!
Kevin is the envy of all the Modern Men when he witnesses first hand when a woman springs a leak.
Cotter believes things aren’t as much fun unless you can share the experience with your friends... This experience just so happens to be a college coed.
From "Little Bytes of the Big Apple", author and guide Robert Westfield, points out the history behind the bright lights and overwhelming billboards of Times Square. See the I. Miller Shoe Store with the A. Stirling Calder sculptures which adorn it.
Kevin's story adds the word, "frothy," to a bubble filled jacuzzi.
From "Little Bytes of the Big Apple." Author and NYC guide, Robert Westfield, gives a tour of the Intrepid aircraft...which is not in dock.
Celebrating the grand era of the club-style Paris hotel, Napoleon has retained its yesteryear charm for a new generation of cashed-up clientele. Check out why so many celebrities keep coming back.
Songs - Eva Nagy Leading Pastor of the Preachers of Salvation Church form Hungary, Budapest