Born in Yonkers, raised in Scarsdale, I have been living in the Landmark Building in Port Chester since 2006. Came for the high ceilings, stayed for Vinny's Lunch, Kneaded Bread, and Hubba Hubba. After graduating from The Cooper Union in the East Village in 1995 with a Chemical Enginnering degree, I tried a few sales gigs out. I'm very glad for the experience, but ultiumately it wasn't my thing, and in 2002 I entered Tulane University Law School in New Orleans. This stands as one of, if not the best professional and/or life decisions I've ever made. Since graduating in 2005, I have been practicing intellectual property law in a small, private firm in Stamford.
When I'm not blogging or patent-lawyer-ing, I'm filling my calendar with shows in any of the many wonderful live music venues the New York area has to offer. When the Capitol announced that they would be re-opening, and then their subsequent lineup, I was vibrating with excitement. I just hope they don't wind up bankrupting me.