By Seth Fera-Schanes Williamsburg, Brooklyn is known for great shops, restaurants and individuals using all available outdoor space to express their artistic point of view. I spent the morning in the neighborhood shopping for the holiday season and taking pictures along the way. This is a great area […]
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With a collection that spans centuries and continents, exploring the Metropolitan Museum completely could take a lifetime. For those of us who can’t devote quite that much time, spending an entire day at the museum—especially a day when it stays open late—gives a taste of the collection. With five restaurants open to the public, you can have all your meals at the museum without eating in the same place twice.
By Baha Awadallah When the holidays come, so do the holiday drinks. I’m not just talking about hot chocolate or Starbucks’ Gingerbread lattes. I’m talking about holiday themed cocktails. There are all types of holiday cocktails from spiked eggnog to your classic mulled wine. New York City has […]
By Nick Christophers Most sports fans normally only see the industry on the surface and rarely see the business end of it. One part of the business is the “game” of being an agent to the top players in a given organization. The world of negotiating contracts and […]
Music is truly global. The music industry keeps on changing and I welcome new opportunities as they present themselves
By Seth Fera-Schanes New York residents have an affinity for pomegranates and this fruit is typically available in most grocery stores and corner bodegas. People here also really enjoy various types of spirits including bourbon (no surprise there.) So, if you have two really good things why not […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Here is a project for New York City residents and incoming tourists. Dedicate one weekend day to explore the city. Like really explore. Get out the door at 9am and start walking. Not a few blocks. Not one specific neighborhood. Like 8 miles of traversing […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes In a city obsessed with oysters, it makes sense these bivalves would find their way into a Thanksgiving stuffing. Also, since New York is such a culinary hub, you can choose to add your favorite oysters from around the country. Included below is a recipe […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes The weather decided to jump from the mid-30’s to a sunny 55 degree day today. This meant people were out on the streets enjoying Sunday afternoon and getting their Thanksgiving grocery shopping done a little early this year. As for me, I opted to walk […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes The New York holiday season is underway. What this means is a deluge of paperless post and facebook invitations to parties starting the first weekend of December and running through New Years Eve. I am not saying this is a bad thing, just a statement […]