By Seth Fera-Schanes I made a trip out to Governors Island this past weekend. In addition to the fun bike ride and relaxing morning, I brought my camera to grab a few pics. If you do make a half day trip to the island, be sure to bring […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes If you have never been to Governors Island, you should set aside three hours on a weekend this summer to go for a visit. Located in New York Harbor, Governors Island is about a 10 minute ferry ride from downtown Manhattan. If you are a […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Few things are more refreshing than a slice of watermelon at a summer picnic. One of the exceptions would be to take that watermelon and gently bathe it in a mixture of rum, lime juice and a little sugar. See full recipe below. Purchasing a […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes I decided I am a city bike rider now. Actually, let me back up a few steps. I saw people riding bikes all around the city and wanted to be a part of that group. So much so, I identified bike riding as my intended […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes New York City, home of the “anything goes” mentality apparently has its limits. I am not going to use this post to discuss the smoking ban, 20oz soda ban or any other large government initiatives. Basically, I was walking around and saw a lot of […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Attention readers: It is 52 degrees in New York City right now. That is about 25 degrees warmer than it has been for the past few months. As a result, the residents of this city have peeled off a few outer layers and are out […]
By Melissa Limberg Oh hello, Full Access fans! It’s a new year, but NYC is the same great city. Here’s a cheers to 2013 being another year rife with good eats and sassy reviews. Lucky for the internet world, I’ve already had some delicious culinary awakenings that I […]
In the title I am talking about fall in NYC and not the holiday season Andy Williams crooned on his 1963 album.
Autumn in New York is my favorite time of the year. Gone are the days of oppressive heat and sweat soaked subway walls. The international tourist set have retreated to build back their bank accounts so they can come again next summer. There is a lull before the Christmas tourist crew finds their way into the city to clog the streets as they ogle all the pretty lights and trees. Clearly this writer has some seasonal issues he needs to work through.
By Melissa Limberg The best thing about living in New York City is everything. Its knowing when you walk down the street that you tread on sidewalks that shaped a nation. Its looking around and knowing that everyone here has their own dream that fuels the fire. Its […]