The art in New York is eccentric, beautiful, and always subject to change. And to save you the trouble, we've discovered new backdrops that will enhance your blog and make every non-New Yorker jealous of where you live. Get your cameras ready!
Summer might be one of the best seasons to spend time out in the sun, but sometimes you’ll have your rainy, not-so-cooperative days. Here is a list of activities that you can do indoors that can be just as entertaining and productive as one for better weather.
Maybe you're just visiting New York and need help figuring out which hot spots to hit up during your stay. Or maybe you live here full time, but have never actually seen any of the tourist attractions. We're here to help you decide which museums and galleries are worth braving the crowds for (and which you should skip).
This weekend, Hilary Rhoda and Sean Avery hosted a dinner at the Surf Lodge celebrating their collection with Solid & Striped, Net-A-Porter and Aerin Lauder hosted a Hamptons luncheon to celebrate summer beauty, and more.
Every year, Vanity Fair comes out with its International Best-Dressed list and this year's selection includes royalty, musicians, lawyers, actors and so many other amazing humans who we envy not only for what they do in their day-to-day lives but also for what they wear and how they wear it. Here are our picks of the best of the best!
National S'mores Day is upon us, so of course we've got all the best dessert spots in New York City lined up. Satisfy your sweet tooth with these delicious creations. If you're feeling really passionate about this important national holiday, you could make a whole day out of it - we found s'mores for every meal!
A new style of film-making is re-emerging (think: This is Spinal Tap) with HBO's new 42-minute special, 7 Days in Hell, and it's definitely creating waves. Portrayed like a real documentary, the completely satirical mini-movie depicts a 7-day Wimbledon match between fictional characters Aaron Williams (played by the hilarious Andy Samberg) and Charles Poole (played by dreamy Jon Snow, otherwise known as Kit Harington).
Whether Jackson Pollock threw paint on a white canvas and called it art or Michelangelo spent tireless hours detailing that chapel ceiling, we are not here to judge the works of the talented and creative. Sometimes artists go creepy and sculptors get graphic, but that's artistic license, right?