Category: Manhattan

The Cloisters: Art & Meditation

By Denise Oliveira Medieval art, breathtaking views, and peace & quiet: These are a few of the things you’ll find at The Cloisters, the branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art dedicated to the art and architecture of medieval Europe. Nestled in Fort Tyron Park, at the northern tip […]

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Mad for Chicken in K-Town

By Marsha Clarke The start of fall always brings back childhood memories of school for me.  When a teacher was the person who made you confront your bully with verbal reasoning followed by a stiff punch to the belly button of that little jerk.  When you made new […]

Jews at the Met with Museum Hack

By Seth Fera-Schanes Want to learn how to become a member of the Tribe?  Well, a good place to start would be through the Jews at the Met tour presented by Museum Hack. The tour spans roughly 4,000 years of Jewish history and covers large sections of the Metropolitan Museum […]

Fall Pumpkin Cocktail Recipe

By Seth Fera-Schanes Ring the bells for Fall has arrived.  The mornings are crisp, there is an abundance of plaid that has been pulled from shelves and I am starting to see pumpkins everywhere.  Could this truly be the most wonderful time of the year? To start the […]

Trading Stories for Kites

By Denise Oliveira Still looking for something artsy to do this weekend? Check out Field Day, a 2-day festival created by The Laundromat Project, where you can both see and make art, all while getting immersed in three distinct New York neighborhoods. On Saturday from noon to 5 in Harlem […]