By Seth Fera-Schanes The Pool in Central Park is located at 102nd street and Central Park West. Don’t get confused with an actual swimming pool because there is one of those about a 10 minute walk north. This pool is a small pond ideal for picnics, short running […]
The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine is located on 113th and Amsterdam Avenue in Manhattan. It is one of my favorite buildings in the city, one of the largest churches in the world and also boasts a pair of peacocks that roam around the grounds out back. Bottom line is the next time you are in the city, make a trip uptown and visit the church.
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: Seth Fera-Schanes First week into February and I am officially admitting winter has gotten to me. There has been a recent spat of polar vortex’s, snow, rain, ice and general grayness moving through the city. I actually learned an interesting new winter recipe this week: One part […]
Local artists have been finding space all around Williamsburg to add their artwork. There are some great pieces in the neighborhood and I would highly recommend spending a few hours walking around and taking some pictures. If you are coming in from Manhattan, just ride the L train and get off on the Bedford stop in Brooklyn. You can find some of the art on North 14th street and Wythe Avenue (or in the general area.)
By Seth Fera-Schanes A couple looking across the East River into Lower Manhattan.
By Seth Fera-Schanes I posted about a mini Fall Adventure with a friend where we accidentally ended up in the Bronx Botanical Garden. We were there the first week of November and happened to catch the garden in some prime fall foliage. Here are a few pictures from […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes New York City’s 8 million residents love the fall season. The humidity of summer has left and we wake up to crisp mornings, pumpkin spiced everything and of course the changing foliage. Visitors and residents alike will head out to the parks in droves, cameras […]