This week has marked Banned Books Week across the country, and readings and discussions have been held and planned across the Tri-State Area to highlight what organizers call the freedom to read.
One of the great pleasures of adulthood has been discovering restaurants that serve dessert for dinner. The restaurants that follow don’t relegate confections to meal’s end—they give the sweet stuff center stage, letting it shine via unusual ingredients and combinations.
Two of New York City’s favorite food trucks will be serving up free fare for the next three days in downtown Manhattan.
The Community Board and high-end boutique owners wanted the festival scaled back by three blocks because of noise, crowds and smells.
“It killed our business pretty much for two weeks out of the summer, which should be our busiest time,” Emily Snell, of the Paul Frank Store, said. “It’s unfortunate for business owners around this area.”
The annual San Gennaro Festival runs for 11 days through Little Italy and Nolita and an estimated 1 million people attend the feast every year. Despite the festival’s popularity, some residents call it a nightmare.
With inches of snow on the ground, a pop-up park helps to take the chill out of your bones.
A native of South Florida, Lisa Cericola moved to the New York area in 2003. She is currently style editor at BizBash, a magazine and website for corporate event planners and has written articles for Cosmopolitan, MSN.com, and Shelterrific.com
The Market NYC, is one of those New York City treasures that I am always amazed that not everyone knows about. This weekend fashion bonanza happens every weekend at a St. Patrick Youth Center (268 […]