Archive for August, 2015

by / on August 5, 2015 at 11:35 am / in Bottoms Up

A New Take on Art Deco New York at The Fillmore Room

The sense of history that hits you when you step into The Fillmore Room in Chelsea is so strong, it’s hard to believe the restaurant, cocktail bar and event space is only four months old. Of course, no building in New York is ever without history, and 145 10th Ave is no exception. Inhabiting what was once Moran’s Chelsea (it […]

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by / on August 4, 2015 at 3:55 pm / in Food For Thought

Up Your S’mores & Hot Cocoa Game with Boozy Marshmallows

It doesn’t matter if it’s summer or winter, marshmallows make for a tasty treat any time of the year. And while your standard mallows are fine and dandy, some places aim to take them to the next level with fun flavors. Little Boo Boo Bakery is one of those places. The New York City bakery is dedicated to creating hand-crafted […]

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by / on August 4, 2015 at 11:35 am / in Til the Sun Comes Up

Experience New York Like Never Before

After being in New York for countless years, people transform into the infamous jaded New Yorker, where nothing phases them and the spark of the city fades away. Once in a while there comes an opportunity to rediscover the city in a way that showcases all the great things that might have been forgotten. Take Me Out NYC, a local […]

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by / on August 3, 2015 at 3:40 pm / in Til the Sun Comes Up

Elucid Magazine Throws Summer Issue Release Party

The best and the brightest in the fashion industry came together last weekend to celebrate the release of Elucid Magazine’s summer issue and raise money for the Nepal earthquake victims. Elucid Magazine is a New York-based magazine focusing on fashion, beauty and lifestyle. The Creative Director, Ankit Rauniyar – a native of Nepal, felt compelled to help when tragedy struck […]

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by / on August 3, 2015 at 11:30 am / in Get Cultured

Community Spotlight: Second Star NYC

In the cold, cold world of making movies, there has been a revolution happening among the small fish that can’t afford big budgets. The DIY movement has taken over, letting plenty of people who are interested in filming actually do it. The method of finding videos online and teaching one’s self has birthed a group of new filmmakers that keeps […]

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