A new performance of the Dickens Christmas classic recreates a 19th-century-style salon performance.
Adventureland is small and simple. It is a single path which runs almost directly from east to west. The retail stores and restaurants are almost all on this north side of the street, the rides and attractions are all on the south side of the street.
The city will temporarily close part of Asphalt Green complex on Upper East Side to allow for construction of waste-transfer station.
Debra Messing has plunked down $5.45 million for a stunning property in New York City’s tony Upper East Side. Click through photos to see where the actress will be hanging… READ ON
Ever since Perrotin Gallery moved to the Upper East Side last year it has become a landing pad of sorts for the Gallic set, ever more so since the Pop-oriented dealership (Emmanuel brought you Takashi Murakami, Kaws, and Pharrell, FYI) has focused most of its programming on French modernists overlooked... More »
It's the decent thing to do: Suffer Little Children, by Paul Krugman, Commentary, NY Times: The Tenement Museum, on the Lower East Side, is one of my favorite places in New York City. It’s a Civil War-vintage building that housed...
Station Independent Projects, a sliver of space on the Lower East Side, is currently presenting a video piece by Pierre St-Jacques that not only transcends the medium's clichés, but is a work of such intense longing and beauty that stepping back out onto the hubbub of Suffolk Street is a shock.
Peace in the Middle East will come when the two parties involved both seek peace – not when one must constantly defend itself against terrorist attacks. Since the original two-state solution was first floated in the 1930’s, one side has never found it acceptable and has embarked upon decades of violent aggression and terrorism in order […]
Calling all visiting sheikhs and oligarchs. A stunning Upper East Side mansion once on the market for $27 million is slated to come back as a rental, asking a whopping $65,000 a month.
This Black Friday, save some room for the Big Onion's Annual Post-Thanksgiving Multi-Ethnic Eating Tour. The walking excursion on the Lower East Side includes approximately 10 noshes from local... To view the full story, click the title link.
After a wildly popular temporary stint in September, cats are coming back to permanently grace humans with their presence at a cafe on the Lower East Side of New York Read More The post First Ever Cat Cafe to Open in New York appeared first on Ecorazzi.
New York Cares opened its 26th annual coat drive at the Bowery Mission on the Lower East Side.
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Mme. Masson was known to visit tables, especially during dessert, at her classic French restaurant on the East Side of Manhattan.
From the corner bathrooms at 215 Chrystie Street, Ian Schrager’s upcoming Lower East Side entry designed by Herzog & De Meuron and with interior architecture by the English minimalist John Pawson, you can see the Chrysler Building and the 59th Street Bridge, if you don’t pass out from vertigo. The 19-foot-long bathrooms of the full-floor […]
The wait is over, cat lovers! Next month the city's first official cat cafe will debut on the Lower East Side, bringing fuzzy kitties and hot lattes to New Yorkers. Meow Parlour will open at 46 Hester Street on December 15th, offering rentable half hour slots to scratch, pet, and play with some adorable—and adoptable!—cats, reports Eater. Show More Summary
West Coast-based monochromatic specialists Stampd have introduced two new hats for the holiday season. Paying tribute to the best decade of hip-hop from East and West coasts, these pieces display each year of the ’90s along the side… The post Stampd “Golden Era” Hat Collection appeared first on Highsnobiety.
What if you took “Dallas Buyers Club” and set it on the gritty Lower East Side of the early 1980s? You'd have a new graphic novel about the early days of the AIDS epidemic.
Why should downtown get all of the almond-crusted organic chicken tenders?
Egg creams—described as frothy and bubbly and sugary and milky all at once—don't exactly sound delicious, but somehow they are. The classic New York City staple—invented in Brooklyn or on the Lower East Side, depending on who you ask—mysteriously contains no egg nor cream. The most popular origin story is as follows: [ more › ]