Abracadabra! Hocus Pocus! Poof! It goes a little something like that, doesn’t it?
Well, not exactly, but Steve Cohen, the Millionaire’s Magician, sure makes it seem that easy at his world famous show, Chamber Magic – a show I attended last Saturday for my birthday and haven’t stopped raving about since. Continue reading “Making Magic & Memories: A Whimsical Night with the Millionaire’s Magician”
Earlier this summer, eight award winning chefs launched a foodie’s dream come true – the Seaport Food Lab. A unique pop-up dining experience nestled in a formerly empty space of the Financial District’s new Seaport area, this pre-fixe party represents the culinary mastery of some of the gastro giants of the eating arena. Names like Dale Talde, Wylie Dufresne, and Alon Shaya, among others, are taking downtown by storm with their never-before tasted creations. Continue reading “A “Top-Nosh” Pop-up – Award Winning Chefs Serve Up Dining Deliciousness at the Seaport Food Lab”
The official day of Spring may have been weeks ago, but the weather could’ve fooled us all. After months and months of layering, hibernating and cuffing (well, some of us), New Yorkers are feeling “free” to meander about town (notice the number of single people out and about..it’s not a coincidence).
Now that we can finally frolic in the fresh air, there’s no shortage of amazing activities to partake in. Check out my top five favorite things to do in the Big Apple this Spring. Continue reading “Spring Fling – Top Five Things To Do in NYC This Season”
Music and dance have always been at the center of my life, the core of who I am. While I don’t play an instrument, or can’t carry a tune to save my life, I was a dancer for most of my childhood and teenage years, and both music and dance continue to play a very important role in my life – they make me feel alive.
Since I was a little girl, I can remember dancing and singing along to the rhythm and beats of Gloria Estefan’s music. Whether an upbeat dance song like “1-2-3” or a beautiful ballad like “Don’t want to lose you”, she’s always delivered music that speaks to me. So, when I learned about a musical sharing the story of her life and career, I couldn’t wait to see it. But with so many things to see and do, and not enough funds to fulfill the list, it became one of the many of my “to do” items. Continue reading “Broadway For Broke People – How I Saw A New Broadway Show for $40”