By Denise Oliveira Maurya Couvares was named one of “Seven Millennials Who Are Too Busy Changing the World to Take Selfies” by The Huffington Post last year. Founding ScriptEd – a non-profit that helps kids in under-resourced high schools learn to code – is her latest accomplishment. “I think […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Included below are 26 profile images from artwork found throughout the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met.) I decided to get lost in the Met over the weekend, an activity I would encourage anyone to do, and brought my camera with me. For continuity, I took […]
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 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 […]
By Elissa Gilbert The bland white-travertine buildings at Lincoln Center are squat and heavy, dominating their neighborhood. Technically, the Lincoln Square area—once called San Juan Hill—extends only from 62nd Street to 66th Street between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenue, but for practical purposes it stretches from Columbus Circle/59th Street […]
Yes, Langston Hughes lived from 1947 until his death in 1967 in a central Harlem Brownstone and is easily accessible from the 2 and 3 subway lines at the 125th street stop. If you live in New York or are just visiting, I would suggest the following mini-walking tour for both a cultural and architectural experience.
I have news for you, Harlem is happening. And you should go there now.
By Seth Fera-Schanes Fishing has always been one of my favorite past-times. I grew up fishing in both fresh and saltwater and enjoyed spending a day outside waiting for a fish to bite. Fast forward a number of years and I was living and working in New York […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes They Call Me Arethusa came to New York City for a three day run in late January. The production had debuted in Charleston, South Carolina at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in 2014 and later had an engagement at the FringeArts Festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The […]
By Leyla Shamayeva New Yorkers are tough, so tough that the ice rinks around NYC are packed with skaters – even when sub-zero temperatures grace the city. What’s to love about the sport? A day on the ice offers you, your family, and your friends quality time gliding together […]