St. Patricks Day: NYC Irish Pubs
By Sandy Nesoff
On March 17 of every year the Charles River in Boston turns green for the day. As with their respective baseball teams, New York outdoes Boston on that day…in New York everything is green for St. Patrick’s Day...
Paname: Midtown’s Authentic French Bistro
By Lyle Seltzer
True French food is difficult to find. It is either good or not good; there is no in-between. Paname easily fits the first category... it is a fine French restaurant.
Paname is a neighborhood French restaurant located on Second Avenue between 56th and 57th Street ...
Where Art Meets Cuisine
By Jon Haggins Photos By Maybelle Webster
Dining and culture rarely go together... except at Robert Restaurant. Robert Restaurant is located on the 8th floor of the Museum of Art and Design at Columbus Circle with an impressive view of Central Park, Broadway and Central Park West. The building was originally constructed as The Huntington Hartford Museum...
Carnegie Deli Returns:
Oh How We Missed That Pastrami
By Bob Nesoff
So this guy who looks like a tourist from Iowa on a date with his young son, decides to take him to a New York restaurant. They walk into the Carnegie Deli, only steps from famed Carnegie concert hall on Seventh Avenue.
They sit down at a table and the father’s eyes bug out as he sees sandwiches...
March Broadway Review with Pat Collins
By Pat Collins
Forest Whitaker, whose portrayal of dictator Idi Amin in The Last King of Scotland earned him an Academy Award, makes his Broadway debut in a revival of Hughie at the Booth Theater. The setting for Eugene O’Neill’s two-character play is the lobby of a Manhattan hotel where talkative hustler Erie Smith...
Broadway Spring Preview!
By Jim Kierstead
The spring is on its way, everyone! And there is no better time on Broadway than when the new spring shows begin to perform. I’d like to give you a preview of some of the amazing new musicals and plays that have just begun or are about to begin. Get your tickets now since some of these are likely to be huge...
Shear Madness, Insane Fun
By Bob & Sandy Nesoff
Comedy is often the most difficult acting chore to do. You never know what mood the audience is in, but yet you have to play to it. Johnny Carson used to take the stage and either watch his audience laugh until they had tears in their eyes, or sit politely and watch him...
Pat Collins’ Picks Of New Home Video Releases
By Pat Collins
Upcoming DVD & Blu-Ray Releases that you don't want to miss...
Get Ready For Summer Camp
By Midge Leavey
Regardless of what your child is into these days, there seems to be a camp that offers it. When I was a kid, I played jump rope, tug of war, and box ball with friends to pass away the time, but nowadays options for summer fun and creating long-lasting memories are endless. It’s a good idea to do your research early to ensure that your child is well taken care of while having fun. Here are some tips to get you started on your search for the perfect summer camp for your child...
Big Apple Baseball
By Anthony George
New York City baseball is about history and tradition. The city was once home to the New York Giants (now the San Francisco Giants) and Brooklyn Dodgers (now the Los Angeles Dodgers), who both moved to California in 1957. There have been 14 World Series championships between these original New York City teams, which possibly...
New York: The New Hollywood
By Rob Shuter
A new renaissance is happening in film and television production throughout New York’s five boroughs, as scripted TV shows return to the place where it all began.
Long before Hollywood existed, New York was where the film industry was centered and now more and more shows are once again calling New York home. Between 1895 and 1910, New York City was the capital of film production and distribution...
Majestic New York
By Ivette Manners Photo courtesy of One World Observatory
New York has been unstoppable from the start. It’s where people come to make it big and survive alongside the champions who are already here. We think of New York as the center of the world...
Upper East Side Luxury
By Daniel J. Bollinger
This month I had the pleasure of touring two luxury buildings on the Upper East Side. The Upper East Side was once known as the Silk Stocking District, and it is now one of the most affluent neighborhoods in New York City. It has a plethora of cultural institutions that make it one of the most luxurious and desirable neighborhoods in the city, including but certainly not limited to: The Metropolitan Museum of Art...
Upscale Serviced Apartment Begins Welcoming Guests
By Ross Warren
Q&A Residential Hotel, the first short-stay furnished apartment by Furnished Quarters, has begun welcoming guests. Situated in the heart of the thriving Financial District, this innovative residential hotel concept offers a new way to travel: short-stay, live-work suites...
Stronghold Castle: Live Like A Royal
By Ed Curtis
European Royals couldn’t live without luxurious surroundings and several copied the opulence of Versailles. It was a statement that they had arrived and lived for the best in life. While today the greater majority of wealthy Americans prefer something akin to the penthouse...
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