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NYC's Waterfront Being Developed for the Best?

New York may be known for its Fifth Avenue shopping and unique real estate, but also key to its appeal is its remarkable inland parks and green waterfronts. The island of Manhattan, separated from Brooklyn and Queens by the East River...Show More Summary

5 Ways Nail Salon Workers are Winning: Victory in New York State Legislature

As the New York State legislative session extends indefinitely, nail salon workers and advocates are celebrating perhaps the biggest victory for low-wage workers this legislative session. With nail salon workers, advocates, and allies...Show More Summary

Aisle View: Significant Laughter

Lindsay Mendez, Carra Patterson, Sas Goldberg and Gideon Glick in Significant Other by Joshua Harmon. Photo: Joan Marcus Playwright Joshua Harmon burst into view in 2012 with Bad Jews, one of those plays that sounds like a bad idea but turns out to be very good. Show More Summary

Stage Door: Doctor Faustus

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Relationshit: The Most Cathartic Comedy Show Around

Up the winding steps of an old warehouse in Brooklyn is Standard Toykraft, a small venue with a stage and six short pews. Couples squeeze into them as the lights dim for the one-year anniversary of the Relationshit show, a live storytelling...Show More Summary

Meet the Top Pastry Chefs in America

Every year in New York City, Dessert Professional magazine celebrates its picks for the Top Ten Pastry Chefs in America. The definitive list, now in its twenty-second year, honors some of the most talented pastry chefs in America, as well as inspiring all pastry professionals to strive to ever higher levels of creativity and technical mastery. Show More Summary

Rapper Nas Is Bringing New Flavor to Sweet Chick NYC

Rocking out in NYC at Sweet Chick- on Tuesday 6/16- for the exclusive one-year celebration of their lower east side location, owner John Seymour announced that Sweet Chick is teaming up with Superstar NYC rapper Nas! [Above: Rapper Nas,...Show More Summary

Harper Lee, Judy Blume, EL James and 22 Books to Read for Summer 2015

(@NanaMeriwether with Amanda Brook's new book 'Always Pack A Party Dress'. Photo courtesy of The books we read are a telling of who we are; "I think you learn a lot about someone through their library", says Peter...Show More Summary

Books That Will Brighten A Father's Day

An aisle of Father's Day cards can present a, shall we say, somewhat limited definition of fatherhood. At The New York Public Library we recognize that father figures have varied and diverse interests and that it can be difficult for their progeny to find the perfect gift. Show More Summary

Sexual Harassment: Not Just a Women's Issue

Most professional women I know have experienced sexual harassment. So have I -- a few times -- and I never talked about it until now. If that seems surprising, it shouldn't be. I've always considered myself a strong woman, not afraid to stand up for myself, but in the face of sexual harassment I was silent. Show More Summary

Don't Know What to Do For Fathers' Day? Here's an Easy Way to Celebrate With Dad This Sunday in Brooklyn

Prospect Heights resident and Brooklyn Flea co-founder Eric Demby gives us an easy, no-frills, chill idea for a perfect Fathers' Day Sunday in Brooklyn. Photo courtesy of Brooklyn Flea. By Eric Demby for Fathom | I have a 2-year-old, so I'm up early, which means coffee before 8 a.m. Show More Summary

Albany Gets "F" For Failing to Protect Tenants

New York City is infamous for its unaffordable and undignified housing. Not only is the city's housing a clear and present danger to residents, as I've detailed before, but renters in Manhattan pay, on average, over $4,000 a month. This...Show More Summary

Fountain House Gallery Honors Boosters of Artists with Mental Illness

Fountain House Gallery, New York City's premier venue representing artists living with mental illness, recently held its End of Annual Meeting Season Celebration. I've come to know this yearly event as an effervescent evening of cocktails, music, and a splendid array of more than 100 original artworks exhibited for sale by Gallery artists. Show More Summary

New York City Should Be Cautious About Increasing Its Debt

New York City has more outstanding debt than ever before, and Mayor Bill de Blasio has proposed a 10-year capital plan that will increase it substantially. Now is the time to consider how much debt is appropriate. As of June 30, 2014...Show More Summary

Can Tai Chi and Computer Games Treat Your ADHD?

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) symptoms, such as having trouble paying attention, getting easily distracted, and impulsivity can lead to problems on a daily basis. ADHD is a condition that often begins in childhood and persists throughout adulthood. Show More Summary

The Rules for Crashing at a Friend's Place

My assumption is that you're poor... because you're poor. Just calling it like I see it otherwise there's no reason for you to be on the couch. This post originally appeared on Map Happy. Everyone's been there, trying to stretch the dollars. Show More Summary

A Community Mural Festival in NYC: Highlights From Welling Court 2015

An annual mural tradition of non-pretense, New York hosted the 6th Annual Welling Court mural festival this weekend in a working class neighborhood in Queens, thanks to a grassroots couple who hustle to match artists with walls and opportunity. More...Show More Summary

Make Your Side Hustle Your Main Hustle

The Cool Kids is a series documenting creative humans shaping present day society with their work and outlook. Anthony Demby | Founder | Humbleriot Anthony Demby, has worn many hats in the music business for over 18 years. From working...Show More Summary

4 New Weekend Getaways Around NYC

Love the Hamptons. Could live in the Catskills. None of us would ever complain about either of those little jaunts. However, variety is the spice of life, and some weekends you need a buttery soft-shell crab straight from Annapolis.Show More Summary

Eating in NYC for Under $25 a Day

Everyone has to face the facts: New York isn't a cheap city. That said, there is a way to explore The City That Never Sleeps on a budget, including chowing down at the most delicious, affordable, and hole-in-the-wall eats not found on...Show More Summary

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