After what seemed like an eternity of nightmarish construction on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, the Second Avenue Subway has finally opened! There are four subway stations (the latter three being brand new stations): 63rd Street and Lexington Avenue, 72nd Street and Second Avenue, 86th Street and Second Avenue and 96th Street and Second Avenue. I … Read More
This NYC art school turned an ugly construction site into a street art exhibit!
Patti Smith with prose, poetry and song reminded the audience at MOMA in New York City yesterday that People Have the Power!
The famous Hong Kong Dim Sum michelin-starred restaurant opened in New York City today
How to take advantage of the great offers on Gilt City!
Dave the Traveling Music Man tells punk music fans Hey Ho, Let’s Go . . . to Forest Hills, Queens
The 2016 Synchrony Financial Rock n’ Roll Brooklyn Half Marathon was held on Saturday October 8th. I’ve run a number of Rock n’ Roll events – they are generally well organized and cater to runners of all levels and to charity runners. The expo was held on Thursday and Friday at a midtown location near … Read More
Last night, I took a trip around the world. I attended an event at the Andaz 5th Avenue in Manhattan celebrating all Andaz hotels, and in particular, four new Andaz hotels — Andaz Delhi, Andaz Ottawa Byward Market, Andaz Mayakoba Resort Riviera Maya and Andaz Scottsdale Resort and Spa. There were rooms, food and drinks dedicated … Read More
It was a pleasure to meet Apple co-founder Steve “Woz” Wozniak and hear about his work, life and travels.
Say it ain’t so. I just read on NBC 4NY that the Carnegie Deli – a NYC landmark – known worldwide for it’s heaping deli sandwiches, many named after famous actors, will be closing at the end of the year. Just looking at that photo makes me hungry! After 79 years in business, Carnegie Deli … Read More