Spring is here, and as the temperatures (finally) start to get warmer, we get to see things come back to life. One of the signs that winter is finally over is the sight of cherry blossoms everywhere. At the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, they celebrate the blossoms during the annual festival, also known as Sakura Matsuri.
Quick! Who is buried in Grant's Tomb?
You see, I have a theory on why New Yorkers walk so much. I'm pretty sure it's because there is so much food in this city, that if mass transit was more reliable and cabs more affordable, that would we would all be morbidly obese. Just take a look next time you're in any non-residential part of the five boroughs: fancy restaurants, take out, fast food, coffee shops, and yes, food trucks are everywhere.
Springtime in the city. Flowers are blooming, coats are coming off, and there's something special happening every day.