Top Chef Invades The James Beard House
By Paula Principle
Executive Chef Marc Kusche of the award-winning Hamilton’s Kitchen at The Alfond Inn has been invited to cook at the legendary James Beard House in New York City this month. Florida Farmhouse Flavor will be the theme of Chef Kusche’s inspired multi-course dinner on Friday, October 23, 2015...
Agnanti For The Best In Dining
By Jon Haggins Photos by Maybelle Webster
If you want a very special dining experience you have to visit Agnanti Restaurant in Astoria, Queens. The gracious owners are Maria Lambrianidis and chef Spiro Sidorakis of this special establishment...
How To Beat The Crowd And Outsmart The Herd
By Alain Grinspun
When one of the world’s most successful investors offers to share his investment strategies, it’s likely to be a profitable read. When it’s Ken Fisher, it’s also likely to be an enjoyable one. Now, in “Beat the Crowd: How You Can Out-Invest the Herd by Thinking Differently” (Wiley, hardcover, $29.95), the best-selling author, billionaire...
Money Talk With Kids
By Paul Golden
Many parents ask the question – whose responsibility is it to teach my child about money? Is it our responsibility as parents or do they learn about money and personal finance in school? The correct answer is – it’s both, us as parents and the school’s responsibility to educate our young people about money...
The Luxury Of Winvian Farm
By Karen Feld
The secured gates of Winvian Farm in lush Morris, CT., offered no clue as to what we’d find within this pristine and peaceful 113-acre sanctuary, a two hour drive from Manhattan. Upon arrival at the 18th century main house, tastefully restored with wood obtained from old barns on the property, we were greeted...
There's An "Art" To Natural Beauty
By Ellen Marra
With Brooklyn becoming a hot new destination for condos, restaurants and a host of activities, it stands to reason that most anything available in Manhattan is available in Kings County as well...
Mt. Airy Resort & Spa Relaxation at its Best
By Ed Curtis
New Yorkers, especially Manhattanites, tend to think of activities that they can easily get to by taxi or a five minute walk from their apartment or condo. What they don’t often realize is that there is a whole world of possibilities out there....
Nina's, A European Spa In New York
By Jon Haggins | Photos by Maybelle Webster
Nina Kaylyakov arrived in America in 1979 from her native Russia with no money and unable to speak a word of English. She was only able to find work at menial jobs but decided she wanted to make a difference. She opened Nina’s Day Spa, 26 years ago and is still going strong...
Celebs Flock To The Stein Eriksen Lodge & Spa
By Ross Warren
Not that many years ago, a few airlines pretty much controlled transportation in and out of New York’s airports. Then came deregulation and after rapid expansion, the competition put a number of them into the history books...
Ski Season Is Coming: Get In Shape
By Peter Schmaus, MD
The evenings are becoming crisp, the days shorter, and skiing is no longer a distant memory. You check your equipment, perhaps a bit prematurely; check your edges, your boots, your goggles lens, and pull out the ski wax. Good preparation for your equipment no doubt, but are you prepared?...
Brooklyn, Hip And Trendy
By Daniel J. Bollinge
This month I decided to take the L train right outside of Manhattan to what I call the most popular borough in the world right now, Brooklyn.
I toured a beautiful corner condo located at 1 Powers Street in the ultra-hip and very sought after neighborhood of Williamsburg. For me Williamsburg is one of the best places...
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