Winter Skin Savers
By Doris Day, MD
I admit I much prefer warmer sunnier weather over the cold winter months but I try to find the bright side of the season and keep in mind that spring is waiting just on the other side. The winter season with the cold, crisp air, can be beautiful and invigorating in many ways. It can also be very stressful on your skin, especially when transitioning from warmer summer and autumn months to cold...
Happy New Year 2016!
By Dr. Miki Makrillos
Many people use the New Year as an opportunity to start afresh and turn over a new leaf. Self-improvement is why so many of us make New Year’s resolutions. But for all the good intentions only 8% of people actually achieve their New Year’s goals...
Eventi Hotel Elevates Guest Experience
By Geoff Gideon
Eventi Hotel, the luxury hospitality leader in Chelsea, recently completed a multi-million dollar renovation, unveiling a new façade, “living room” lobby design and upgraded dining options led by world renowned Laurent Tourondel and Michelin-starred George Mendes, who both occupy restaurants adjacent to the hotel...
BBQ, The Growing Southern Taste Taking Over NY
New York has, arguably, the widest variety of restaurants of any city in the world. You could go out for dinner for weeks on end and never eat the same style twice. One of the fastest growing tastes is Bar-B-Que, the down home Southern and Texas mouth-watering dish...
Dining In Portugal…Across The Hudson
By Jon Haggins Photos by Bo Zaunders
Ethnic food is a delight, especially when it is enjoyed in an atmosphere the reeks of the particular country. Chinese food in Manhattan’s Chinatown tastes better than somewhere in Midtown. What can compare with Italian food in, well, Little Italy?...
Umberto’s: Clams & Great Italian Food
By Sandy Nesoff
Texas has always been a magical destination for many people. The romance of cowboys and cattle drives, American Indians and Mexicans, the Old West and modern skyscrapers all come together to form the fabric of the Lone Star State...
St. Barts Properties’ Live Your Dream
By Reginald Brisbane
For many years in the early days Florida was the destination of choice for winter vacation or a second home. Look around, particularly on the East Coast and you can see the proliferation of exquisite old mansions. Many of the upscale resort hotels built in the early part of the last century are still preferred destinations for those who can afford them...
Luxury Unit At Mandarin Oriental - $12.818 Mil
By Jerome Fieldstone
Columbus Circle has run the gamut from popular exhibition hall, The New York Coliseum that hosted such mythic figures as Jim Thorpe, one of the world’s greatest athletes to a huge communication center...
AKA Sutton Place Jet Setting & Investing
By Daniel J Bollinger
This month I toured 330 East 56th St., aka (pun intended), AKA Sutton Place Condominium Residences. These condos are designed for the “Jet Setter Investor”. Whether you are jet setting to Beverly Hills, London, Washington DC, Philadelphia or NYC... AKA has you covered with residences in all of these cities. And it doesn’t matter if whilst in NYC...
New Rolls Royce Is On The Market
By Gerry Barker
First there was Phantom. Then the Ghost, followed by the Wraith. And now comes the Dawn, already being touted as sexiest of them all in the Rolls-Royce family of cars...
Financial New Year’s Resolutions For 2016
By Patricia Seaman
Every year at this time we tell ourselves little white lies. We don’t think of them as untruths because we really intend to fulfill those promises.
Lose weight, quit smoking, find a new job and get out of debt. Sound familiar?...
Save Time & Money By Taxi Sharing
By Jerry Brothers
Aside from waiting in line at any airport to go through security, the second least favorite pastime is planting your feet in one of those long, long lines waiting for a taxi and then spending the equivalent of dinner and a night at the theater for taxi fare into Manhattan....
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