By Marsha Clarke The reality of progress is that it will often times fail and in some cases die completely. The history of Virtual Reality always showed more hope than promise and has been resurrected so many times that a game of thrones character should be named after […]
Looking back on 2015, how much have you forgotten? Maybe you remember the big moments—a wedding or a vacation to Europe—but what about the ordinary days that make up most of your year? Brooklyn resident Cesar Kuriyama made an app that can help you with that.
1 Second Everyday is a simple app that allows you to record one second of every day of your life and stitch them together into one video.
Why is soul food great? Because it is made with love. It is the same reason your mom’s chicken soup cures your cold and why your Grandmother’s meatballs are without comparison. The thought and care that goes into creating these dishes is what make them special. And this care can be seen in products that are developed and sold throughout the city.
Look beyond Wall Street and Midtown’s financial firms, Madison Avenue ad agencies and Silicon Alley in the FlatIron District. Instead look around at the thousands of individuals and smaller companies who make our bread, artisanal pickles, jewelry, hats and any other number of items we give as gifts or use in our daily lives.
There are all manner of interesting professions and niche industries in the city and I was fortunate to be able to speak with Jerry Middleton owner and operator of Wood Essentials, a company that specializes in making wood medicine cabinets.
By Seth Fera-Schanes New York has earned it’s moniker as a food city. We have everything from quintessential international dishes to new American to one of the most loved of all; dessert. And what dessert reigns supreme? Chocolate. Residents of this city have a healthy obsession with chocolate […]