• Pass the Courvoisier: Learning All About Cognac

    Pass the Courvoisier: Learning All About Cognac

    It’s not every day that you get to drink and dine with a master distiller, let alone one from France. Courvoisier‘s master distiller, Benoît de Sutter, was recently in town and we had the unique opportunity to learn and dine with him at the impressive Nomad Hotel rooftop. Spending an entire evening tasting and learning about cognac gave me a […]

  • Hershey’s Launches a New Product That Will Blow Your Mind

    Hershey’s Launches a New Product That Will Blow Your Mind

    Hershey’s is probably the most well-known chocolate brand in the United States, and for good reason. They’re responsible for all of our favorite candies, from Reese’s and Kisses to Twizzlers and Jolly Ranchers. We recently stopped by Hershey’s World in Times Square to hear all about their latest endeavor. Ushered inside without any idea of what they were launching, we came […]

  • STK’s Meatpacking District Location Still Delivers

    STK’s Meatpacking District Location Still Delivers

    After spearheading the early years of the burgeoning Meatpacking District, STK’s downtown location remains a hub of activity, even on a humid Tuesday night in August. Music blares, glasses clink, and an air of carelessness pervades itself over the rooftop overlooking the Hudson River. Chef David DiSalvo works absolute magic in a rooftop kitchen the size of a broom closet, […]

  • A Fun Way To Immerse Yourself in Books

    A Fun Way To Immerse Yourself in Books

    As an avid reader, one of the things I love most about diving headfirst into a book is how it can transport you into another world. Once Upon A Book Club allows you to do more than imagine…it fully immerses you into what you’re reading. This unique subscription box not only delivers you a fresh new book every month, but along […]

  • Gay Pioneers and Preservationists in “The Pattern at Pendarvis”

    Gay Pioneers and Preservationists in “The Pattern at Pendarvis”

    Straight people have a tendency to view gay people as breakers of tradition, or rebels against the status quo. Whether this perspective manifests itself in bigotry and discrimination or in a positive appreciation of gay culture, it effectively categorizes gay people as “other.” With their vibrant subculture, they are seen by straight people as changing or challenging tradition. Gay people are […]

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