• Fulfill Your Pizza Dreams at Kesté Pizza & Vino

    Fulfill Your Pizza Dreams at Kesté Pizza & Vino

    Pizza is without a doubt one of New York City’s food staples. Upon almost every corner you can find a spot shelling out $1 slices and people travel from all over to get their hands on a gooey NY slice. But those seeking a more traditional pizza have fewer options to choose from. There are quite a few restaurants in […]

  • Your 2017 Summer Drink List Just got Upgraded

    Your 2017 Summer Drink List Just got Upgraded

    Summertime is upon us, and nothing sounds better after a rainy, cold intro to the season than a day spent in the sunshine with a delicious alcoholic beverage in hand.  Check out our newest obsessions. Guinness Irish Wheat  In a chic gallery in Chelsea, complete with exposed brick, an outdoor space, and slick cherry wood floors, Guinness introduced its newest addition […]

  • It’s All Fun and Games at E’s Bar

    It’s All Fun and Games at E’s Bar

    If there’s one spot I wish was in my neighborhood, it’s e’s Bar on the Upper West Side (why so far??). You may remember that the beloved bar closed due to a fire back in February, but luckily it’s back and better than ever. So what makes this bar different from the others? Its nostalgic vibes make it a fun, […]

  • Act Like An Adult, Play Like A Kid: Club Getaway

    Act Like An Adult, Play Like A Kid: Club Getaway

    Trend alert! Adult summer camps are all the rage these day — everyone from the ages of 21 to 65 are heading to the woods to relive their glory days at sleepaway camp. We joined the crowds and headed to Club Getaway, located in Kent, Connnecticut, for a weekend we won’t soon forget. The weekend was hosted by infamous hate-to-love, love-to-hate […]

  • “A Hunger Artist” is a Powerful One-Man Epic

    “A Hunger Artist” is a Powerful One-Man Epic

    Art in all its subjectiveness has helped shape culture since the beginning of civilization. From drawings on a cave wall to stories being projected on a huge screen, art has had its hand in popularizing trends throughout history. The art itself has a popular cycle, in which it becomes as much about the spectacle and the adulation as it is about […]

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