1. this is very cool…

  2. Polly, You are a woman of many talents!! That piece was great fun, which is something we can all use! Thanks!!! -Jane

  3. Fantastic!!! More! More! Congratulations!

  4. Polly – you continue to be an innovator. thanks for pushing the site forward and never keeping it dull!

  5. This is terrific stuff!!! Kudos galore to theLoop for this fascinating info, found nowhere else, not the Libary, not in school, but ONLY right here. The perfect blend of information and entertainment!

  6. Excellent!!! Accurate, interesting, and so well presented! I look forward to more…

  7. [quote][i]I worry about my child and the Internet all the time, even though she’s too young to have logged on yet. Here’s what I worry about. I worry that 10 or 15 years from now, she will come to me and say ‘Daddy, where were you when they took freedom of the press away from the Internet?'[/i] – Mike Godwin [/quote]

    [b]Oreo extends hearty congratulations to the debut of theloopTV.[/b]

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  8. Absolutely love this! We will have to steal of course…;)

  9. you are really a talent and what memories you awoke, I totally forgot about ” can we talk ” 1st lady Joan Rivers. Almost died laughing. A job well done Polly. Compliments from Switzerland, even my 5 kids found the clip great, now THAT is a compliment! Love ya, Kiki:D

  10. Next, the Loop does Events! Tours through the tunnel, with cocktails! Right?

  11. This spot proves the old adage, you can never have too many Italian or Chinese (or Japanese) restaurants. Haiku also has a location in Bronxville, they have BEST SUSHI ever…be sure to try the Dancing (or is it Flying) Dragon Roll

    One question: Does the Italian bakery have sesame seed cookies?

    Michael P

  12. Ripley's/Celebrity video April 7, 2010 at 9:02 pm

    The New England Thruway runs thru SW CT – And CT is a New England state. So, yes, the New England Thruway, usually referred to as 1-95, Does indeed run thru New England. Years ago – as recent as the 90’s – it was always called New England Thruway. But it is called that all the way into the NYC.

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