A ten minute walk east from the 4 train’s Bedford Park stop is the Bronx Botanical Garden. I would recommend a visit to this well manicured park anytime of the year but especially during the holiday season. Starting in mid-November, the Botanical Garden showcases its extraordinary collection of […]
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By Seth Fera-Schanes Take the 1 train to its last stop in the Bronx and you will find yourself on the sidewalk standing at the entrance of Van Cortlandt park. This park offers scenic walking, challenging running trails and cross country courses, large ponds and the first public […]
By Melissa Limberg In a place like Little Italy, a restaurant is a dime a dozen. It’s hard to even walk through on a nice day because everyone is running up to you saying, “TABLE?! I GOT A TABLE! OUTSIDE!!” you don’t even really know where to start. […]
By Melissa Limberg Tapas style dining is one of the most underrated experiences I have come across. The art of creating small dishes to share is truly an engaging way to enjoy a meal with friends. For those of you unfamiliar with this, I think it works best […]
By Melissa Limberg Mmm, the Reynard. Yum. If you remember a previous post of mine you’ll know that it’s not typically my cup of tea to go to hotel bars/restaurants… but I’m always willing to go where the getting is good. And it’s goooooood here. The Wythe is a […]
By Melissa Limberg I would like to give a huge thanks to HelpUsAdopt.org for having me at their event on Wednesday night. It was fabulous, it was fashionable, and financially successful thanks to some big hearts dropping some big bills! (Though I will throw in the fact that I’m […]
New York, New York. A city so nice, they named it twice. Ahh, the distinct pleasure of living in a cultural mecca cannot be overstated. Rich in culture and diversity, New York City has some of the best nightlife for any demographic.
Just wanted to send out a few pics from the Sam Kirk art exhibition going on through October 15th in East Harlem.
By Seth Fera-Schanes If you find yourself in Battery Park City, consider heading to the corner of North End Avenue and Vessey Street. Here you will find the Irish Hunger Memorial which serves as a remembrance of The Great Famine in Ireland from 1845-1852. This is a unique […]
Hop on the 7 train in Times Square and a short 15 minutes later you will find yourself in Long Island City, Queens. For those familiar with the 7 train (yes, the same one that takes you to Citi Field and Flushing) once you come out from under the […]