Sleep Evangelist, Arianna Huffington
By Anthony Rapacciulio
Whether New Yorkers want to admit it or not, we are in the middle of a global sleep crisis according to Arianna Huffington in her latest book The Sleep Revolution published by Penguin Random House. I am sure many of us would agree that we could use a little extra shuteye, but honestly who has the luxury to sleep when there is so much to do and so little time...
June at a Glance
What’s Happening And Going On This Month...
Paulina Porizkova: Aging with Beauty
By Christal Young
For two decades Paulina Porizkova was the gorgeous supermodel who effortlessly went from the runways of Paris to the pages of Vogue. She was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue for two consecutive years and was twice named one of People Magazine’s 50 most beautiful people in the world. ...
Fashion: Summer Getaway Style
By Miki Makrillos and Ivette Manners
Forget lugging a heavy suitcase to your dream vacation spot. These unfussy essentials will have you breezing through the airport and on the beach faster than you can say “Another margarita, please!” ...
The Joy of World-Class Cuisine
By Wendy Knecht
As I pack my travel bag, my mind recollects all the good times that have included plenty of fine dining and tasting of new cuisines for the very first time. In my many years of traveling, both as a flight attendant and a passenger, I have found that eating my way around the world is not only a learning experience but also one of the major highlights of traveling...
Rum’s The Word
By Clint Brownfield
Scotland brought us single malt, Russia pioneered Vodka, Mexico gave us Tequila; France, Cognac & Armagnac. As for the glorious Caribbean, its shining star is most certainly Rum. Born in the New World of the sugar cane that Columbus brought over on his second voyage, rum is a drink inextricably linked with this region. Once the mainstay of island economy throughout the area, rum prevails as nearly everyone’s drink of choice...
Singer Island: Your Ticket to Paradise
By Karen Feld
Resort islands have an enticing lure, especially if it’s a sun-drenched peaceful destination and just a two-hour getaway from bustling New York City. Singer Island is just the place to unwind and relax. Located across the inlet at the north end of Palm Beach is Singer Island, rimmed with motels and high-rises. At the north end is Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa. You just may have found your ticket to paradise. ...
Town & Country: Savor The Best Of Both Worlds
By Patricia Canole
Who doesn’t love the nightlife, shopping, and gourmet cuisine? You may also want to get back to nature to explore and unwind. Why not have both? If you’re on a tight schedule (who isn’t?), spend a night or two in town before roaming off to the bucolic countryside for some great adventures. New York Lifestyles Magazine scouted out the best places for a restful getaway....
Summer Fun at Morey’s Piers
By Daniel J. Bollinger
Located only 2 ½ hrs. from NYC, Morey’s Piers is all about summer fun for families with children. This past summer Morey’s Piers was named “Best Seaside Park” in the World by Amusement Today.They offer families everything for “playing, eating, and staying” with their water parks, amusement piers, restaurants, and hotels...
A Redefined Classic at 360 Central Park West
By Daniel J. Bollinger
Overlooking Central Park in the Upper West Side sits 360 Central Park West at West 96th Street, a 16-story building designed by renowned architect Rosario Candela in 1929 and now listed in the Central Park West Historic District. In addition to the park, this residence’s neighborhood also boasts an abundance of culture, shopping, and restaurants. Its central location puts you in close proximity...
50 Clinton Street:LES Value Gem
By Daniel J. Bollinger
New York Lifestyles Magazine had a sneak peek into an exciting development on the Lower East Side (LES) this month. At the sales office of 50 Clinton Street I saw the rendering model and all the details of the fixtures that are shaping 50 Clinton Street to be a true value gem. I also toured the construction site so that I could see the scope of the project and the light that is going to be permeating throughout this beautiful development...
Draft to Design: The Workspace of the Future
By Anthony Rapacciuolo
At a young age, native New Yorker Ted Moudis not only learned the importance of hard work, but also that the client is the most important component of any project or transaction. In fact, this ideology carried with him throughout his life and became the mantra of his architectural firm, Ted Moudis Associates, which has office locations in Chicago, London and of course New York. But, as Ted will tell you...
Six Lessons to Literally Save Your Skin this Summer
By Doris Day, MD
Summer is here and with it comes longer days of sunlight with more time for outdoor activities and weekends at the beach. This also means more exposure to the sun and the potential for sunburns and damage to your skin. We know the effects are cumulative with every exposure building and it is also a fact that enough exposure to ultraviolet radiation (UVR) rays will ultimately lead to premature...
Paleo and the City
By Devi Nampiaparampil, MD, MS (“Doctor Devi”)
For many of us New Yorkers, fitness is a priority. We climb countless subway steps, ride our Citi-bikes, and try to limit our calorie intake. “Jess was a typical New York City girl,” recounts Jordan Brown, CEO of Hu Kitchen, describing his sister’s habits years ago. Jessica Karp, co-founder of the Hu restaurants...
Fantastic Voyage: Telemedicine
By Jessica Shepherd MD, MBA
What is the chance you may be traveling internationally for business or on a vacation and need some medical attention but not know where to go? Often these scenarios arise when we least expect it. There have been developments that can now help potentially answer all these questions. This is the era of “smartcare” and “ubiquitous health” which allows patients to access health care and providers at the touch of a button...
Feeding Your Features
By Lisa Drayer, MA, RD
It may seem surprising, but one of the most important things you can do to maintain a youthful, glowing appearance is to eat foods that provide your features with optimal nutrition. I often tell friends and clients that you can slather on all the moisturizer you want; over-condition your hair to the point of exhaustion or hide your unsightly nails under layers of polish, but unless your skin...
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