A December to Remember – A Full Guide to All Things Holiday in NYC

radioThere’s nothing quite like Christmas in the City, New York City that is. Between tinsel strewn trees, major shopping sales and stuffing your face with all the delicious holiday treats you can get your hands on, there’s plenty to keep you busy this holiday season. So, in an effort to save you time, and a major headache trying to figure out what to do to eliminate that major holiday FOMO you’ve got, I’m sharing a full list of all things holiday in NYC! Continue reading “A December to Remember – A Full Guide to All Things Holiday in NYC”

Taking It Back to the Old School – A Night With Our Founding Fathers at Broadway’s Hamilton

hamiltonpic3There are some things in life that are worth waiting for. Hamilton is one of them.

Recently, I was invited to attend a performance of the critically acclaimed, record breaking Broadway musical and it was as if I won the lottery (there actually is a lottery for this and other shows, but I didn’t win it). Continue reading “Taking It Back to the Old School – A Night With Our Founding Fathers at Broadway’s Hamilton”

Then She Fell – Exploring Alice’s Whimsical World in Brooklyn

1438559523171Beyond Manhattan’s borders sits one of my other favorite boroughs, Brooklyn. Easy to get to and with a cool factor of 10 (on a 1 to 10 scale), this New York neighborhood is replete with fab, fun and definitely funky, things to do. Now, I don’t know if Brooklynites drink a different water than we do on the other side of the river, but there’s just a certain “coolness” to those who claim this burgeoning borough, “home”.

Of course, wanting to sit at the cool kids table, I definitely drink the Kool-Aid when believing that Brooklyn has some of the best New York City has to offer. Whether a new dining destination, an art exhibit or a funky mixture of both, New York’s niftiest nabe has something for everyone. Continue reading “Then She Fell – Exploring Alice’s Whimsical World in Brooklyn”

Strut Your Mutt – An Afternoon with Canines in Costume

IMG_1118It’s that time of year again, Halloween, and though every year I look forward to this happening holiday and start planning my costume far in advance, this year I was excited for another reason – the 25th annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in Tompkins Square Park. Now, everyone knows how much I love pups, and when I heard our canine counterparts were going to be strutting their stuff in character, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to check out this popular pooch parade! Continue reading “Strut Your Mutt – An Afternoon with Canines in Costume”