Anyone in New York City can participate in a community garden. The requirements are simple: find a garden plot, apply and then have enough patience to wait until a space opens up. If the wait time is long, don’t fret since there are hundreds of plots around the city through NYC Parks Green Thumb.
By Seth Fera-Schanes I set out to make a dish that accomplished two goals: have an affordable light lunch or dinner starter and use the fresh cilantro I have been growing in my garden. Check and mate. Cost cutting is always helpful in the city. Dining out multiple […]
By Katie Donovan As I begin to venture throughout the city and obtain new clients for myself, as I am a full time freelance writer, I find that I have met some of the most interesting people. I recently obtained a new client, a young lovely actress who […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Want to conduct a fun social experiment? First, go out to a burger place with a bunch of your most carnivores friends. Then make sure you situate yourself so you are the last to order. Watch as each friend finds and dictates their most perfect […]