Nutraceuticals: The New Way to Anti-Aging
By Doris Day, MD
If increased stress, a less than optimal diet, and lack of exercise describes you at least some of the time, the result could be an increased toll on your skin and how you age. It’s also true that for most people having the proper skin care routine and diet alone may not be enough to manage all the underlying factors that are aging your skin...
Facial Essential at Dermalogica Spa
By Christal Young
Life moves fast in New York City, and it’s easy to forget about the little things that make a big difference. Facials can easily fit into that category. When it comes to our skin, most of us have a routine; and a facial is often that little something more that may fall by the wayside...
Our Picks for Getting Into Summer Shape
By Sandra Mardenfeld
Starting—and keeping—an exercise regimen often seems challenging. After all, most people forego their New Year’s resolutions for a healthier, more physical lifestyle by the third week in. But the latest fitness trends almost make the pursuit of sculpted abs and a healthy heart—dare we say it...
5 Food Trends to Jump on this Season
By Kristen Carlucci, RD
Similar to fashion, every season a new crop of elite food and health trends begin to emerge. Some are fads that won’t stick around, while others are here to stay. Don’t waste time trying to figure out what foods to try and what to pass. We’ve done the work for you and compiled a list of the top five trends that will keep you looking younger, healthier, leaner, and more energized this season and all year long...
White Oaks Manor: A Luxury Kentucky English Style Estate
By Bruklund Jack
White Oaks Manor is Kentucky’s most affluent single-family house barring a handful of multi-million dollar horse farms. Built in an English estate style, the 18,911 square feet English manor boasts a total of 53 rooms, with six bedrooms. The manor, which took three years ...
Notable Luxury at 88 & 90 Lexington Avenue
By Daniel J. Bollinger
Located in NoMad, the latest trendy New York City neighborhood, 88 & 90 Lexington Avenue is a two building conversion that have been combined as one residential unit. NoMad, short for North of Madison Square Park, is a great location because of its proximity to other great Manhattan neighborhoods such as Union Square, Gramercy Park, Midtown, and Park Avenue South....
A New Brooklyn Rising at 388 Bridge Street
By Daniel J. Bollinger
Brooklyn is going through major changes these days and 388 Bridge Street is leading the way. This luxury building defines the improvements that are helping Brooklyn become an important center in the world. Located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn, 388 Bridge Street is a stone’s throw away from the Brooklyn Tabernacle, Long Island University Brooklyn, Fort Greene Park, and Brooklyn Law School...
10 Steps to Becoming a Successful Entrepreneur
By Midge Leavey
Being an entrepreneur involves hard work, sacrifices and a passionate mindset that is willing and determined to make it happen no matter the challenge. Make that dream of owning your own business a reality by following these 10 mogul-maker tips...
Selling Your Stuff Online
By Christal Young
I’m sure you’ve heard it a million times: “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure”. It’s true, what you’re ready to throw away, just may be what someone else is looking for. From a vintage chair, to that perfect pair of fringed boots, right down to a discontinued lipstick, these days you can sell anything and trust me people do....
Laughter is Good Medicine
By Midge Leavey
April Fools Day starts National Humor Month off just right by being the most popular day for pranks and laughter. However, you can—and should—continue laughing all year round. Laughter is known to promote emotional and physical wellbeing, so it’s important to add humor to your everyday life...
Is the “Designer Dog” the New Pedigree?
By Dr. Heather Loenser
New York is the quintessential melting pot; not just for us, but for our pets, too. From pit bulls to Pomeranians and bulldogs to boxers, virtually every breed calls New York home. We’re talking pure breeds, mixed breeds, and the ever-growing population of “designer dogs”. As a veterinarian, I see more and more of these hybrids visiting my practice, from the itty bitty teacup...
My New York Story
By Dennis M. Walcott
New York Lifestyles Magazine is excited to introduce our new column, “My New York Story” to you, our readers. This series will share personal stories from interesting New Yorkers on their work and experiences in the city. Enjoy!
15 Minutes with Laura Benanti
By Ivette Manners
It’s said that when an actor or singer makes it to the Broadway stage, they’ve really made it big in their career. So what do you say about an actress who launched her career on Broadway, then soon after hits the silver screen and moves seamlessly between the two? I’d say she’s a real star...
Finding the Perfect Gift at Lisa’s on Second
By Pat Canole
The clock is ticking, and you’re still searching for that perfect gift for mom, your favorite aunt, or just about any woman who has a special place in your heart. Lisa’s on Second is the place to be! This beautiful shop is brimming with gift ideas from corner to corner. Unique giftware, clothing, cards and wrapping make it an all-in-one stop. We met up with owner Lisa Dragonetti to see why this has become a popular shop for all kinds...
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