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Joey Manley is a writer and businessman who I interviewed many, many years ago for a long-dead comic book website. Manley is a smart fellow, and I enjoy reading his tweets on Twitter. But for some reason, I never had checked out his blog…until today.
Recently Manley blogged about his walk to work in New York, along West 28th Street. You need to go to read Manley’s experience first-hand. It’s one of those “only in New York” experiences. His photos and text must be appreciated in total at his site, but here’s a snippet:
“Some days, lilacs followed by cedars followed by tea roses followed by random vines. It’s like a narrow sidewalk-sized botanical garden that changes every morning. One of New York’s small pleasures.”
If that’s not enough to spark your interest, Manley covers a broad range of pop culture topics on a regular basis. I look forward to reading more of his Netflix Diaries entries.