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Phil Jackson Can't Fill the Void

No matter how much success and fame someone achieves, most of us want to remain relevant, and Phil Jackson is no exception. I rooted for Jackson when he played for the Knicks and I admired what he did as a coach with the Bulls and the Lakers. Show More Summary

Arthamptons Lifetime Achievement Award: Ruth Appelhof at the Maidstone

Just prior to the Arthamptons opening, I met with Ruth Appelhof, Executive Director of Guild Hall, who will receive the Arthamptons Lifetime Achievement Award on July 5. Over eggs Benedict at the Maidstone in East Hampton, we talkedShow More Summary

Walking in Williamsburg: A Guide to Styles, Snacks, and Sounds

Photo by Jaspermaz via Wikimedia Commons A hipster paradise within the sprawling boroughs of New York, Williamsburg is just a short ride on the L train out of Manhattan. Known for its diversity of culture, food, and fashion, the neighborhood...Show More Summary

Walking in Williamsburg: A Guide to Styles, Snacks, and Sounds

Photo by Jaspermaz via Wikimedia Commons A hipster paradise within the sprawling boroughs of New York, Williamsburg is just a short ride on the L train out of Manhattan. Known for its diversity of culture, food, and fashion, the neighborhood is a must-visit for anyone who likes to stay on top of all trends. Show More Summary

From Crushing, Creation

Times Square on any day is a sensory overload. The whirlwind of billboards and larger-than-life advertisements, the cacophony of car horns and street hawkers, the sea of Elmos and Buzz Lightyears and frenzied tourists -- I thought IShow More Summary

Onward for All of Us: Thoughts on Independence Day

Are we humans the only species entitled to pursue happiness? Heady and triumphant. There aren't too many times when these words fit our circumstances. But last week, they certainly did. First, there was the astonishing grace of the nine families of the Charleston murder victims who forgave their killer, asking God to show mercy on him. Show More Summary

Medical Debt and a Citizen Call for a New Declaration of Independence

Now that the Supreme Court has once again upheld the legal foundations of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and the proper celebrating and hand-wringing has had its day, it's time to reveal the real winner of that program. America's bill...Show More Summary

Recovering New York City's Black History

On Saturday, June 27, 2015, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio dedicated a marker on Wall and Water Streets near the site of an 18th century slave market. It was established by the city's Common Council and operated from 1711 until at least 1762. Show More Summary

The Hamptons: Niche for All

As this year's July 4th weekend approaches, New York residents will race their cars, buses, and helicopters out to their second homes in the Hamptons for the long weekend. While these residents all have the same goal of avoiding traffic...Show More Summary

Dominique Ansel's Newest Creation (And Hint: It's Not Anything Like the Cronut!)

For more food, drink and travel videos visit www.potluckvideo.com Dominique Ansel became a global sensation when he made the cronut at his Dominique Ansel Bakery. But now the famed pastry chef wants to go back to his roots and serveShow More Summary

Popular NYC Subway Performer Draws Hilarious Group Of Dancers At Penn Station

By Anna Halkidis, writer at LittleThings.com If you've ever stood on a New York City subway platform, you know that seeing a performer and a lingering crowd isn't the least bit unusual. Oftentimes you'll also be treated to an impromptu performance by a bystander (or a few), and more times than not, it's a sight to see. Show More Summary

Live from 5th Avenue, It's Saturday Night Live!

Ten with Tom 10 questions in 10 minutes A replica of the main stage. "40 Years of Saturday Nights," a special exhibit featuring the TV show Saturday Night Live is in New York City now. The exhibit at 417 5th Avenue tells the story of the famous late night show. Show More Summary

On the Culture Front: Europa 2 on the Aegean Sea

The Europa 2 feels less like a ship than a floating cosmopolitan boutique hotel. When I boarded in Istanbul last fall, I was greeted with a glass of champagne as I walked across the soaring lobby to check in. The process was seamless...Show More Summary

It's That Time of Year

It always happens this time of year, and it always takes me a little by surprise. I'm walking in the city, late afternoon or early evening, and there's a certain quality to the light. It's that warm honey of sun slanting in from theShow More Summary

It's That Time of Year

It always happens this time of year, and it always takes me a little by surprise. I'm walking in the city, late afternoon or early evening, and there's a certain quality to the light. It's that warm honey of sun slanting in from theShow More Summary

#Trending Online Dating Personalities

When you go on as many dates as I do, you start to notice some trends of the types of men who frequent the digital date-osphere. After a slew of less than memorable dates over the last few weeks, I felt inspired to put pen to paper to write out some of the #trending personalities of the online male dater. Show More Summary

Banking On an Affordable New York

Banking is about trust. Our relationship with our customers is at the heart of how we help families find financial security and help local and global economies grow. Too often our industry has failed to earn this trust, especially when...Show More Summary

Welcome to The Park Hyatt NYC Where Dogs Are People Too

In the city that never sleeps dog owners find it difficult to stay at a luxury hotel that allows pups to rest their heads. Since its opening last August, the Park Hyatt NYC has become a haven for just that. Just a short two block walk...Show More Summary

My Q and A With Dream Expert Kelly Bulkeley

Kelly Bulkeley is a dream researcher and visiting scholar at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. His lifelong fascination with dreams began in his teenage years, when he experienced a string of nightmares that got him thinking about where dreams come from and what they mean. Show More Summary

The Faithful Shopper: Happy Hosts and Hostesses

Summer may have unofficially begun weeks ago, but the 4th of July weekend is really when prime beach season kicks off! Those of you lucky enough to be invited to spend a day, weekend or longer at a friend's beach house had best have something special in hand when you arrive. Show More Summary

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