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What's Old Is New Again
By Patricia Canole
There’s no argument that New York City is the number one capital of steakhouses. Where else can you sit down and be served a juicy porterhouse charred to perfection? Unlike the more modern minuscule tastings on oversized plates being served at trendy places, steakhouses...
The Best NYC Wine Bars
By Tina Mulqueen
My (now) husband and I had our first date at a wine bar in Manhattan. Unbeknownst to us at the time, that bar would come to hold great significance for us. It had a cozy, upscale feel with an Italian ambiance and a diverse menu of share plates that perfectly paired with selections from an extensive wine list...
By Trish Connolly
As you might expect in a city filled with ethnic and health-conscious dining spots, some culinary schools have widened their curriculum and offer a wide range of global cuisines. For a quick afternoon refresher or weekend class, check out one (or two) to sharpen your culinary skills...
By Emily Costa
There’s something about cooler weather that makes warm apple pie sound so deliciously inviting. They bring back memories of holidays and the idea of a comforting treat to go along with a crisp fall evening. It’s inevitable that from October to December, we will indulge in sweets...
Artists Take A Bite Out Of The Big Apple
By Maria Van Vlodrop
Alongside the glittering worlds of finance and entertainment in New York City is the vibrant arts community. This November 1st thru 25th, MvVO ART is presenting the debut of the Accessible Art Fair New York edition at the iconic National Arts Club in Gramercy Park, Manhattan. Works by sixty...
October 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
In our world where “the spirit of the times,” according to Pulitzer Prize-winning author Marilynne Robinson, is “joyless urgency,” it is a pleasure to read an Anne Tyler novel. Few authors understand the nature of relationships and simple moments like she does....
Broadway Review 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...
By Doris Day, MD
The eyes are central to communicating how we feel and keeping them healthy is always important. However, that also means caring for your eyelashes as well. The average person has about 200 lashes per eyelid, and they grow in multiple rows. Just like the hair on your head...
Luxury Spas: Bringing Haute To Health
By Griffin Miller
Aching muscles... Anxiety... Dubious eating habits... Migraines... Cell phones that won’t shut up. In short, a good many of us are stressed to the max, mentally and physically. The optimum solution is, of course, downtime at an upscale spa: a couple of hours where you can disconnect...
Eating To Feel Your Best
By Cecilia Ruane
With Holiday 2016 around the corner, we thought about sharing some good expert advice for slimming down and looking your best for the festive party season...
Demystifying Medical Myths
By Jamie Wells, MD, FAAP
As a child, I followed all the rules. If I was told eating my spinach would make me grow big and strong, then you could consider it done. Not so much now, but maybe that’s a topic for another article. As a member of the undersized set, I am still waiting. When am I supposed...
7 Work Habits You Must Know
By Leigh Stringer
"It's not that we're bad people, or that we aren't working hard," says Leigh Stringer, "The problem is that what our minds and bodies need at a basic level is in conflict with our work style. We are so focused on work, on getting things done, that we've changed the way we eat, move and sleep...
Frozen In Time
By Shari Bilt Boockvar, MS, RDN
High in fat, low in nutrients and made with processed ingredients. That’s the perception that many people have of frozen meals. However, if you choose wisely by looking at ingredients and the Nutrition Facts label, there are many great options to be found. As a nutritionist, I’m always on the...
By Stacey Delikat
When it comes to spending on our pets, some of us will spare no expense. The American Pet Products Association found Americans spent $60 billion on everything from food, to vet care, to services for their pets last year. That number is only expected to rise in 2016. Today, dog owners...
Tracking Your Lost Pet
By Scott Statland
Most pet owners know full well that their four-legged friends are members of the family. Just look around. More and more you see pet-friendly restaurants, hotels, and vacation spots across the country. We are taking them everywhere we go now...
Midtowns' Design Runway
By Elizabeth Darwen
Walking into New York’s Decoration & Design Building (DDB) is like walking into an interior design fashion show. Internationally recognized as the world’s premier design center, DDB is home to over 130 international showrooms, to the trade only, featuring the very best...
By Patricia Canole
We all know the Big Apple is the core of finance, entertainment, media and, of course, fashion. Last month designers showered us with the latest in haute couture. This month, however, fashion runways are still lighting up the city with the newest in bridal fashion. It’s a week...
My New York Story
My husband and I moved to New York from Germany after I had been recruited as the founding director of the Columbia Aging Center and immediately felt at home. I lived for many years in Berlin, another great city, and honestly feel like an urban creature. But I also love nature...
15 Minutes with David Barton
David Barton reinvented the gym experience in 1992 with his chain of David Barton Gyms. Instead of the sterile environment accessible at the time, Barton’s gyms felt more like nightclubs, motivating members with mood lighting and pulsating dance beats. After leaving the company...
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