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August: On the Big Screen
By Pat Collins
Now Playing In A Theater Near You, The Movies You Don't Want To Miss...
August: Broadway Review with Pat Collins
By Pat Collins
On or Off Broadway, reviews of the best plays and musical theater...
On The Bookshelf
By Pat Collins
The legendary Pulitzer Prize and Tony-winning lyricist Sheldon Har-nick, his photographer/actress/painter wife Margery Gray Harnick and their photographer son Matthew collaborated on this beautiful, charming book. In the forward Alan Alda advises readers to “jump into the water with this happy, creative family and swim with them toward delight and meaning...
From MD To Artist
By Debbie Dickinson
Long before becoming a distinguished neurosurgeon, Keith Kattner would paint up to ten hours a day, perfecting his style and use of color. Even into his medical career, Kattner never lost his passion for art. His disappearances after operating where he defused surgical stress were “therapeutic.”...
Cool Summer Whites
By Miki Makrillos
Cool down your hot summer days with these simply sharp and cool white ensembles that will leave you feeling stylish in white!
Easy Beauty Care
By The Editors of BeautyPress.com
With the last days of warm weather on the horizon, let’s make the most of these warm days and breezy nights. And while we enjoy pool parties, and adventures at the beach, it’s still crucial to care for skin and hair while the heat and humidity beats on. We asked the experts at BeautyPress.com for some light care tips to...
Get On The Path To Wellness
By Olivia Owens
Most of us turn to gym memberships for restoration, but no amount of getting fit is going to help us get our heads on straight. Sometimes, the only answer is a solid break from our everyday life to consciously focus on our personal development. Here, our picks to detox, de-stress and ultimately appreciate life...
The Art Of The Scalpel & Syringe
By Ruth J. Katz
he prestigious address 740 Park Avenue is arguably regarded as among Manhattan’s toniest, if not the most prestigious. It was not accidental that when Dr. Stafford R. Broumand, a board-certified plastic surgeon, was hunting for office space for his practice in 1993, he was delighted to secure a suite at 740...
By Karen Jacobs
I’ve seen it happen many times over the years. It’s the first day of school, and I am walking my two children to school and we will pass a group of middle school-aged students who are slowly making their way to their school and one will lose his balance carrying a backpack that looks like a small dorm...
How Healthy Are Acai Bowls
By Shari Bilt Boockvar
Yes, it’s Summer, and just like me, you may be looking forward to ordering your favorite acai bowl. These purple-hued concoctions taste like a cross between sorbet and ice cream. You will be mesmerized by the beauty of these meal options...
Museum Happenings: MoMA
By Clint Brownfield
There are all sorts of art exhibits running at any given time in the five boroughs of New York City—from small galleries on up to the city’s major museums, making our city the undisputed art capital of the world. Some of these exhibits are called blockbusters...
A Small World
By Daniel J. Bollinger
Gulliver’s Gate is the new 49,000 square-foot exhibit of 300 miniature scenes of landmarks and towns which opened this year. From 50 countries around the world you’ll “visit” the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Taj Mahal, New York City and many other international locales...
Paws Down… Tails Up
Lori Zelenko and Susan Traub
Chihuahuas, ShihTzus, Yorkies, Labradors and the occasional Portuguese Water Dog are woofing it up in Manhattan as pet-friendly buildings once scarce are now making up more than 75 percent of the market for co-ops and condos according to a 2016 fourth quarter Miller Samuel survey. But even though...
Perfume is more than a pretty scent in a gorgeous bottle. In fact, a fragrance can lift your spirits and take you on an endless journey, stirring up emotions from some of your fondest memories. You might say it’s almost therapeutic: it will always strike the right note when applied...
My New York Story
Steve Nash was born in South Africa, grew up in British Columbia, went to college in California but is a New Yorker at heart. With his just opened Murray Hill restaurant, The Gem Saloon and his decade-long dynamic philanthropic work towards the wellness of the city’s young people, Nash is a now a sustainable part of...
15 Minutes With Alan Rosen
Few desserts are as quintessentially New York as a cheesecake from Junior’s. The legendary Brooklyn flagship restaurant opened its doors in 1950 and has since expanded to include locations in Foxwoods, CT and Boca Raton, FL. Today, Junior’s is overseen by Alan Rosen, grandson of the restaurant’s founder Harry Rosen...
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