Archive for December, 2014

by / on December 8, 2014 at 11:20 am / in Food For Thought

Morton’s Grille Caters to the Masses

Good news for all the carnivores in the city! A sister restaurant to the well-known Morton’s The Steakhouse has just opened in New York City’s Gramercy. The more casual and affordable Morton’s Grille will have a casual, yet sophisticated atmosphere, as well as some of the signature steakhouse items customers have come to love, in addition to new favorites. While […]

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by / on December 5, 2014 at 3:30 pm / in Food For Thought

Snacking Made Easy with NatureBox

Snacking is now easy and healthy thanks to Naturebox. For the past few months I’ve been hearing a lot of buzz about NatureBox, and while I have heard many good things about them, I have never had the chance to actually try some of their famous snacks. After finally having the opportunity to try them out, I am very pleased […]

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by / on December 5, 2014 at 11:50 am / in Get Cultured

“Nathan East: For The Record” Recognizes the Man, Shows Us the Legend

Nathan East, wow, what a man. What a musician. What a revolutionary bassist…have you heard of him? If your answer is no, you are not alone. Chances are, if I tell you a song he played in you’ll know it, and if I tell you a couple of more names…well, you will recognize most of them, but the name, sadly, […]

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by / on December 4, 2014 at 5:05 pm / in Food For Thought

FreshTape Introduces their College Football Collection

FreshTape is a resealable tape that can be used on food bags, such as chips and cookies, to make it easier to seal and keep fresh. The great thing about this product is that they are so convenient and easy to use and can also be reused many times over. Instead of using bag clips, which take up space and […]

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by / on December 4, 2014 at 2:00 pm / in Get Cultured

Brooklyn Rider and Friends at Carnegie Hall

In support of the release of their new album The Brooklyn Rider Almanac, string quartet Brooklyn Rider performed a selection of pieces at a recent Notables event at Carnegie Hall. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the quartet is made up of brothers Colin Jacobson (violin) and Eric Jacobson (cello), Johnny Gandelsman (violin), and Nicholas Cords (viola). The Brooklyn Rider Almanac is […]

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by / on December 3, 2014 at 1:45 pm / in Food For Thought

Susty Party: Products for All Your Party Needs

The holidays are upon us and it’s always a hassle to clean up the dishes, especially when you have dinner and invite the whole family over. So instead of having the dishwasher piled ceiling high with plates and other tableware, why not use disposable plates this year? Even better, why not use the compostable and renewable products that Susty Party […]

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by / on December 2, 2014 at 12:20 pm / in Bottoms Up

Paying Homage to Craftsmanship

As The Balvenie Rare Craft Roadshow rolled into Chelsea Market it brought some of finest handmade goods that America has to offer. Stopping at numerous cities throughout the country, the roadshow was inspired by the skill and dedication of the team at The Balvenie Distillery in Scotland, who believe in handcrafted tradition. During a time when everything is being mass-produced, […]

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by / on December 1, 2014 at 11:15 am / in Blushing Beaut

4 Tips for Maintaining Perfect Skin This Winter

It’s officially wintertime (according to the snow on the ground) and as someone who should probably be taking better care of her skin, I recently went to a spa and had my skin checked out. I was happy to discover that my skin is actually really good and healthy, but there are always ways to make it better. If you […]

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