Artichoke hearts, spinach and white sauce on a pie? This is the slice that made Artichoke Basille’s standout in a city filled with pizza joints (think every derivative of Ray’s Famous Pizza.)
By Chris Ellis Former study abroad participants and travelers to Florence need look no further than Macy’s at Herald Square to rekindle their love of gelato at the first outpost of Vivoli, Il Gelato outside of Florence. When I first heard last month that Vivoli was opening in […]
The official day of Spring had passed but I still wasn’t convinced Winter had made her final exit. That is until today. Mark your calendars for March 30, 2013 and head outside to the park or your favorite rooftop bar; today is a beautiful Spring day. The sun […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes I have always enjoyed walking around cemeteries. They are quiet, well maintained and provide for an interesting historical outing. I like to try and find the oldest headstone or marker and think about what life was like during that time. Call me a nerd, but […]
Living in Brooklyn. Pictures but the incredible Katelyn McLeod.
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Contributing Editor Katelyn McLeod submitted this photo gallery. Follow Kate on Instagram @kayhalsey
By Katelyn McLeod Below is a photo gallery by the talented Katelyn McLeod. She highlights some of the great local New York City talent found in the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn.
What should you expect when you come to class? You’ll hop on the bike you’ve signed up for and there will be pleasant staff members around looking for anyone who needs assistance. The staff highlight any first timers so they’ll know who to look out for when it comes to adjusting your bike seat and handlebars. You’ll choose a set of free weights for the arm section, and then you’ll clip in to the bike and then you should take a deep breath – because you’re about to begin.