Seth Kamil, President of Big Onion Walking Tours (Photo Credit: Lauren Welch)
Okay ladies, here’s the million dollar question, and I dare you to answer honestly: Who among us has coughed up upwards of $15 a cocktail to see and be seen at Manhattan’s most exclusive lounges, bars, and nightclubs? Whether you answered [...]
Photo Credit: Caroline Steuernagel
Ahh books. Remember them? When they were made of paper and printed with ink rather than backlit by batteries from Kindles, Nooks, iPads etc. I remember books because, though I’m still basically a zygote in the relative history of the world, I was fortunate to grow up with real, [...]
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Growing up, car rides with my dad were always unique. Instead of bopping our heads to the sounds of Madonna and Prince, we were more likely crooning along with the good ol’ boys: Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, and the King of Rock and Roll himself: Elvis Presley. [...]
Mizrahi's "Hello Miss Piano" will sit in Greeley Park
This should make you smile. For two weeks, New Yorkers will get a note-worthy dose of music, art and style.
Starting June 18, pianos will be sprouting up in the city’s parks faster than summer dandelions. That’s because nonprofit organization Sing for Hope — [...]
Art and the street convene at El Museo del Barrio’s sixth biennial exhibition, “The (S) Files.” The show, which opens June 14, will present street-inspired or derived works by emerging Latino, Latin American and Caribbean artists.
Feegz/Carlos Jesus Martinez Dominguez, "Homage to the Postal Sticker," 2010. Photo: El Museo del Barrio
The exhibition [...]
Photo Courtesy of: Amra Turalic
The 8th Annual Bosnian-Herzegovinian Film Festival (BHFF™) took place on May 13th and 14th, 2011, at Tribeca Cinemas. The festival showcased films that featured contemporary Bosnian Herzegovinian cinematography, as well as films with Bosnia and Herzegovina as their theme.
This year, eleven films were selected to be shown [...]
Taste of Tribeca
On May 21st, 2011, I headed down to Duane Street in Tribeca for a day of food, fun and festivities, otherwise known as Taste of Tribeca. Founded in 1994 by the parents of children in public elementary schools PS 150 and PS 234, Taste of Tribeca is a fundraiser to [...]
There are few things that can compete with a view of Lower Manhattan. Except, perhaps, the music emanating from a small, white barge moored at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. It is the home of Bargemusic, a classical music venue in Brooklyn.
Bargemusic. Photo: www.dumboartsfestival.com
I spent a Saturday night at Bargemusic [...]
The 8th Annual Bosnian-Herzegovinian Film Festival (BHFF™) will be held on May 13th and 14th at Tribeca Cinemas. Founded in 2003, the BHFF brings the best Bosnian-Herzegovinian films to New York City, by showcasing films that feature contemporary Bosnian Herzegovinian cinematography, as well as films with Bosnia and Herzegovina as their theme.
Israeli-born, New Jersey-based artist Etty Yaniv simultaneously mounted her final MFA show this week at SUNY Purchase and had works shown at the respected Lower East Side gallery White Box‘s “3 States of Mind” exhibition, a show in three parts showing works from graduating MFA students at three top state schools: SUNY Purchase, Virginia [...]