Vintage Live is an interactive musical show that incorporates audience challenges with improv, all within Le Qube, a pop-up custom-built theater overlooking the Hudson River. Request your favorite tunes while musician and performer Gregory Charles displays his passion and talent to play anything in the American songbook, and beyond.
New York is a fast-paced city that you need to keep up with or else you'll suffer the conditions of FOMO. Thanks to new media, Snapchat allows us to connect with the cool and hip New Yorkers that we endlessly envy and never miss a beat. From their outfits and seemingly "avant-garde" jobs to the parties they attend nightly, we can't help but admit stalking their Snap-stories is our favorite guilty pleasure.
It might have snowed on the technical first day of spring this year, but New York City, we've made it. The temps are steadily in the 60s (knock on wood), the sun is shining, and the High Line is packed with tourists. It's officially springtime. But we're not going by the date on the calendar alone. Here are 10 signs that every New Yorker takes to mean it's spring.
This shift in seasonal weather warrants a shift in footwear - since you're likely to skip the Uber in favor of a springtime walk, it's time to break out the flats and wedges! Check out our top 10 chic and comfy shoes to wear this spring, featuring eclectic shapes and designs, animal prints, t-straps, and more!
New York is the home of countless television shows we (still) binge watch on Netflix. Although many of the moments occur on set, the name-dropped venues do actually exist in real life. From Gossip Girl to Mad Men, click through for 15 spots where you can relive your favorite TV scenes!
When you're the great granddaughter of legendary artist Henri Matisse, you don't have small-scale events when it comes to celebrating major milestones in your life - especially not when you have friends like Gaia's.
With each new season comes a new batch of dining hot spots. From Le District, the new Eataly-esque French marketplace at Brookfield Place to Untitled at the new downtown Whitney Museum, click through for all the restaurants you need to keep on your radar this spring!
If you're thinking of juicing, the time is now. You don't have to starve yourself to get a full cleanse - follow any of these juiceries in the city and take part in their cleanse plan, which includes food and juices along with sweets and smoothies.
We're not talking about the Boom Boom Room or Le Baron here. These clubs are much more prestigious, actually require a membership, and are most definitely older than you and your S.O.'s ages put together (and then multiplied by three). Money and lineage are usually the tickets in, as well as a hefty dose of social capital.