By Seth Fera-Schanes I have said it before and I will say it again; Harlem is happening. If you are in the neighborhood and looking to get a little work done, grab some food or relax with a delicious cup of coffee then stop by Astor Row Cafe. […]
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By Nick Christophers In every one of us there is an artist with a wild idea to explore. One such individual developed her idea into an interesting theme. Amy Merli brought together what would become known as “Trashion Fashion,” a different way of looking at trash. It may sound odd […]
By Elissa Gilbert New York does a great celebration—think ticker-tape parades down Broadway for our winning sports teams. The Canyon of Heroes in lower Manhattan has been the scene of parades since just after the American Revolution. One of the first events celebrated downtown was Evacuation Day, when […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Tis the season: Spring that is and fresh ingredients are in full supply. Everything from pheasant, turkey and goose eggs at the local farmers markets to fresh NYC honey (yes, there are apiaries in the city!) It is also the much anticipated start to ramp […]
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By Seth Fera-Schanes Description: This drink arrives just in time for the Spring. Add some fresh mint leaves from the garden and enjoy with a couple of your friends. Enjoy! Cocktail by KJ Wiliiam’s, Head Bartender, Flatiron Lounge, NYC. Ingredients: 2 oz – Plymouth gin 3/4 oz – […]
By Nick Christophers Even though fashion trends come and go people still like to look polished and unique. There are few who can cater to both the public and the celebrity clientele -with the same results. Perry Labarca has managed to balance this business model over the years […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes The Harlem Meer is a lake located at the north eastern corner of Central Park. It is easily accessible by the 2,3 train or the B,C or 6 trains but those require a little additional walking time. If you decide to head up to the […]
By Nick Christophers To be a success in the music industry it is beneficial to be not only multi-faceted but appreciate all aspects of music. Recording artist Stay Key has both of these qualities. He learned to value the grace in classical music and to the rebel call […]
Fiddlehead ferns are a versatile ingredient, well suited for a range of dishes. They require minimal preparation and offer a fresh taste with a nice crunchy texture.
I put this dish together which first appeared on The Refined Chef website. It is a simple pasta preparation consisting of a light sauce made with blanched fiddleheads and lightly sauteed cherry tomatoes. Lemon zest is added to brighten the dish and grated parmesan rounds everything out.