NYC annual pride parade. Down on Stonewall Place (Christopher St.). Not to be missed. Advertisements
By Seth Fera-Schanes The Union Square Farmer’s Market is in full summer mode. Great flowers, squash, tomatoes and fish are all available and sourced from farmer’s in the Hudson Valley, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. I made my typical Saturday rounds and bought some red currants, snap peas and […]
What are your big plans for the fourth of July this year? Perhaps take in the fireworks from the shore of the Hudson river? Visit Coney Island for the infamous famous Nathan’s Hot Dog eating contest? Find a hipster’s roof in Brooklyn and BBQ some vegan burgers and […]
A full moon over New York City is always fun to watch. When a super moon comes out, make sure you grab your camera. The super moon will be in its closest approach to earth and appears extra large in the city.
Walk around the city long enough and you will inevitably come across a Vietnamese sandwich shop. They offer a variety of meats served on a French baguette with cucumbers, pickled carrots, cilantro and some sort of chili mayo sauce.
Search for “cronut” online and every major publication in NYC (and around the country) is talking about the mighty new pastry.
Sometimes you just crave a hot summer afternoon in New York City. Yes, the sweat beads on your forehead, the humidity is oppressive and unpleasant smells waft through the air. Yet at the same time you just want to walk around the city for hours on end, taking in the sights and watching all the people along the way. Below is a gallery of some time spent walking around the city with my camera on one of those summer afternoons.
Times Square, the cross-roads of the world, is up to bat for my next post. If you have never been to the city, Times Square makes the list of places to visit; that is a given. If you want to see a play, well you go to Times Square (or off Broadway or off off Broadway.) If you are anywhere in America on New Year’s Eve, chances are you are watching the ball drop in, wait for it, Times Square.
Silver Moon Bakery and Cafe is located on the Upper West Side neighborhood on the northeast corner of 105th street and Broadway Avenue. It can also be conveniently reached by the 1 train off the 103rd street stop.
There are many cafes and bakeries throughout the five boroughs and Silver Moon Bakery is a standout amongst them all.
You guys know how much I love Williamsburg, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that I’m recommending another brunch spot to you from the heart of the Bedford Stop. Like, legit the heart of the Bedford stop because as you walk up the stairs… you’ll see The Station. (Note to readers, this is good for more than just brunch… The Station is no one trick pony!)