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Manhattan's Sweet Sensation
By Tricia Connolly
More than a bakery, Padoca is a passion of two women—Marina Halpern and Rachel Binder—who joined forces to create innovative multicultural baked goods with a Brazilian flair. The word padoca means “neighborhood bakery” in Sao Paulo and this inventive bakery certainly seeks to evoke a sense of comfort to one and all...
Jersey Guy In Manhattan
By Bill Spadea
One of my favorite things about living in New Jersey is how easy it is to get to New York City. For many on the Jersey side of the Hudson, Manhattan seems hectic, overwhelming and all about work. For me, it’s less than an hour away. As a radio and TV host, it’s hard to grab a little time to relax and enjoy friends and family...
By Caroline Mark
Some people have luck; others create it. Joy Pierson and Bart Potenza, the visionaries behind the beloved Candle Cafe, Candle 79 and Candle Cafe West, have both...
November On the Big Screen
By Pat Collins
Now Playing In A Theater Near You, The Movies You Don't Want To Miss...
By Joan Bauer
When I read a Fannie Flagg book, I feel like I’m walking down a road with a good friend, and I’m never sure where we’re going to end up. Among Flagg’s talents is how she can size up a character in a few perfect words. Early in The Whole Town’s Talking, her tenth novel, there is this...
On Stage Reviews With Pat Collins
By Pat Collins
On or Off Broadway, reviews of the best plays and musical theater...
Pat Collins' Picks Of Home Entertainment Releases
By Pat Collins
Coming Soon To A Television Near You...
A Natural Born Artist
By Alana Johnson
I once overheard a man say, “You just can’t escape your DNA.” If that is true, perhaps it explains why, even as a little girl, I was called a natural born artist...
Spring Ahead Trends
By Miki Makrillos
Embrace these versatile spring trends for 2017! Make your fashion statement this year with unique and stylish outfits that would demand attention anywhere. Sheer lace and sleeveless shoulders will highlight your feminine side, while florals and metallics give you a retro throwback feel. Frayed denim has become a great daytime into evening look combined with accent accessories...
New Year Glow!
By Miki Makrillos
Start your New Year with a fresh reset that will give you a long lasting glow. Change your beauty routine with these new beauty products to jump start a new you!...
Metamorphosis Day Spa
By Griffin Miller
For anyone who’s dealt with New York’s January bluster face first, lugged a handbag/briefcase/backpack through slush covered streets, or feebly nursed a pulled muscle for one too many post-workout days, there is salvation and it can be found five floors up on East 56th Street, just steps from Lexington Avenue...
Your Resolution For Healthy Skin
By Doris Day, MD
Making a New Year’s resolution is usually a set up for failure. You can promise to eat better, lose weight, be nicer to yourself—but in the end if you don’t give yourself the proper tools to reach that goal you make it impossible to get there. It’s like trying to cross an ocean without building a bridge...
Acupuncture: Natural Healing...
By Daniel J. Bollinger
Acupuncture is defined as a technique in which practitioners stimulate specific points on the body—most often by inserting thin needles through the skin. It is one of the practices used in traditional Chinese medicine...
Best Nutrition Travel Tips
By Shari Bilt Boockvar, MS RDN
Traveling for work or leisure can have a significant impact on your health and waistline depending on the eating choices we make. While we should enjoy unique or gourmet meals, there are some healthy choices we can make that will allow us guilt-free indulgences...
The Importance Of Friendship
By Dr. Peter E. Kalellis
As we enter the New Year 2017, each one of us feels it is time for a new beginning, and new beginnings promise something better and good. New York Lifestyles Magazine, to enrich the lives of its many readers, will feature a series of articles about the concept of friendship. So for our new beginning, let’s consider the following lines and visualize the potential and importance of friendship...
A Walk In The Park
By Patricia Canole
"This different and many smiling presence" is how Henry James once referred to Central Park, bounded by Fifth Avenue, Central Park West, Central Park South, and Central Park North. The entirely man-made park, unlike any other urban park in the U.S, indeed elicits smiles from the more than 14 million people...
By Joanna Rogers
Mi Jong Lee wasn’t supposed to be a successful fashion designer. As a good Korean girl, she was expected to marry, have children and quietly raise them. Girls weren’t supposed to aspire to anything greater than that...
My New York Story
By Beth Shapiro
Both of my parents were born and raised in Brooklyn. So even though I grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, my childhood is filled with memories of visits “home” to see my grandparents and extended family...
15 Minutes With Jamie Drake
Interior designer Jamie Drake has developed an international reputation as the mastermind behind glamorous spaces designed for everyone from Madonna to Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Drake’s work has garnered him a long list of accolades including a spot on Architectural Digest’s AD100 list and an induction into...
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