By Seth Fera-Schanes Winter in New York forces many of us to stay inside and just bide our time until Spring. However, the cold months offer some perfect opportunities for a little snowy photography. I had taken some pictures in Riverside Park and included 13 of them below. […]
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 […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Perry St restaurant sits on the edge of the West Village and across the west side highway from Hudson River Park. With a modern design, cool crowd, attentive staff and of course good food, Perry St is a spot to add to your NYC restaurant list. […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Make a few simple adjustments and see New York City in an entirely new way. Seek out your favorite rooftop, bike across the Brooklyn Bridge, lay flat on the corner of Christopher St and Gay St and just start snapping away. The different angles and […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Summer in New York is the ideal season for hanging out on a rooftop. If you don’t have access to one, my advice is to go out and vet some potential new friends. Part of the litmus test should be if the individual has ready […]
New York City is home to some of the best bagels in the world.
Be sure to try these fun and flavorful rainbow colored bagels!
By Seth Fera-Schanes Ramps (also referred to as wild leeks or wild garlic) are available for only a few weeks each Spring. They grow up and down the East coast so if you tell one of your West coast friends about this pungent new weed-like thing you have […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes The lunar eclipse (Blood Moon) occurred early this morning on the east coast between 1am and 3am. I wanted to capture some photos and set my alarm for 2:20am in the morning. I actually got up and headed to a rooftop in an attempt to […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes I have been to the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) a handful of times. They have a giant Blue Whale, dinosaur bones, rare gems, you know, museum stuff. This is how I typically view the museum after a visit. I recognize the wealth of […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes The 2013-2014 winter doesn’t seem to want to end. It “technically” did end when we “officially” ushered in “Spring” on March 20th and we actually did have some nice days around that time but nothing has quite stuck. Most New Yorker’s are grinding their teeth […]