Category: Profiles and Interviews With Interesting New Yorkers

Interviews and profiles of New Yorkers who make the city an interesting and exciting place to live and visit. We find chefs, entertainers, writers, dancers, artists, musicians and let all of them share their incredible work and stories.

Jason “Malletman” Taylor Releases New EP

By Nick Christophers It takes a deep desire and a love of music to attempt a comeback. That would be the case with musician Jason “Malletman” Taylor. Jason comes from a time when musicians were popping up everywhere, jockeying for someone to listen to them. Jason was one […]

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Interview with Joey Mangano

I scheduled to meet up with Joey Mangano in New York City. He arranges to meet me at STK in the meatpacking district and tells me reservations are under John Carlo at 8:30, it’s a Friday night.  I ask him who is John; he tells me he’s a close friend who owes him a night out and that he’s picking up the bill all night.

Fashion Show Fundraiser Supporting Veterans

“For the past thirty years we have helped Veterans with PTSD and or brain injuries. Even though we are poorly funded we keep moving forward. We have worked with Vets from modern times to as far back as WWII. Our goal is help them with their healing. Helping them inventory their injuries. After Margot came in contact with one of our Veterans she was moved to offer her help with this elegant event.”

Leonardo Cavalli: Author, Singer Delivers From The Heart In A Big Way

There are many books out there about how to better one-self after many tragic events. Whether it is substance abuse or relationships almost every angle has been covered. Among these many repeated subjects mostly from celebrities or athletes comes one from a “regular guy” speaking from the heart. Leonardo Cavalli decided to share his personal struggle after a tough divorce to the world in hopes to “open the eyes” of others to help them to avoid the same pitfall.

Green Girls Golf Branching Out With Veteran NFL Star Ron Jaworski

GGG has been around for years serving golf enthusiasts in many ways. They have catered to every golfers needs on the course. But they have also played a big part in the charitable community. Whether it is for a children’s charity or for bringing awareness to a certain medical issue, Green Girls Golf has been there to devote their time and effort. GGG was the brain-child of CEO, Sophia Manolis whose resume reads like that of a celebrity.