By Seth Fera-Schanes Access to multiple bodies of water ensures New Yorkers have a constant supply of fresh seafood. The ocean’s bounty finds its way into restaurants across the city and to fish counters in places like Citarella and Eataly. However, if one was so inclined that person […]
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If you can handle the plummeting temperatures in New York, it is worth taking out your camera for a few snowy pictures. Included below are a few shots of winter and an evening rooftop video of midtown Manhattan.
By Seth Fera-Schanes We might be in the middle of a cold dark winter but there is always a bright spot which comes in the form of citrus fruit. Any grocery store in the city right now will have a mixture of oranges, grapefruit, lemons, clementines, tangelos…you […]
By Marsha Clarke For those of you not smart enough to have escaped to the rainforest right after MLK Day you’re making plans to either celebrate Valentine’s Day or turning your living room into an anti-love bomb shelter. In any event, I would like to offer some suggestions […]
Homemade Russian-style Piroshki recipe.
Easy to follow instructions to make the best Russian-style Piroshki’s in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn.
By Seth Fera-Schanes We have curated 15 black and white images taken around the city over the past year. The were shot using an iPhone 5s. We will continue to post photo galleries on the site and you can also follow us on instagram to get nyc picture […]
By Katie Donovan As I begin to venture throughout the city and obtain new clients for myself, as I am a full time freelance writer, I find that I have met some of the most interesting people. I recently obtained a new client, a young lovely actress who […]
By Katie Donovan As the winter weather continues here in New York, I find that I am not as unprepared for the weather as my family back home in Florida may have held concern for. The historical blizzard that was supposed to swamp us with tremendous gusts of […]
By Marsha Clarke What started out as a experiment with two Automatic Polaroid Land cameras turned into a passion project that was encouraged by the few people who were allowed to view it. Former music producer turned photographer and visual artist J.Shotti is set to release his first book […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Grab your camera and catch some evening light at the north end of Central Park. The park ends at 110th street and is accessible by the B,C and 2,3 subway lines. You can also catch the 6 train uptown and walk a few minutes to […]