La Churreria Reopens After Pandemic Closure

The irresistible smell of freshly fried dough wafts through the streets of Nolita once again…La Churreria reopens its doors today on Wednesday, September 8th, 2021, offering New Yorkers the taste of traditional Spanish treats.  Owner Jesus ‘Lolo’ Manso, originally from Valladolid in the heart of Spain, has been sharing his passion for traditional Spanish cuisine…

NYC is the Street Art Capital of America

Emerging on the streets in the 1970s, graffiti started off as a way for disassociated youths to express themselves, but it was seen by many as an act of vandalism. Over the years, graffiti became seen as an art form, with street art now relevant wherever you go, with many cities offering tours, and Instagrammers…

Best Bagels in New York City

Bagels. They’re what New York City is known for, among a few other things. Every New Yorker has their bagel order perfected. Do you fall on the bacon, egg, and cheese or a cream cheese and lox side? Either way, we know you love an everything bagel. Though we may stray to a cinnamon raisin,…

Out Of Town: Prune Nourry and Robin Kid Exhibitions at Galerie Templon

Question your perceptions and senses with Galerie Templon’s upcoming shows to open the Autumn/Winter 2021 season PRUNE NOURRY – Phoenix Project 4 September – 23 October in Paris at Galerie Templon, 30 Rue Beaubourg. PRUNE NOURRY – Phoenix Project 4 September – 23 October For an exhibition centered on the intertwining themes of art and healing, and rebirth after a…

Celebrate National Tequila Day with These Cocktail Recipes

Tequila is the spirit that you either love or hate. Or, love to hate. We all have those blurry memories of rounds of shots, lime juice and salty hands. To celebrate National Tequila Day, we’ve compiled some delicious recipes for you to enjoy on Saturday, July 24th (and all year round)! Cheers to more memories!…

Artist Jewelry on View & Sale in East Hampton

Claude Lelanne, Man Ray, Jeff Koons, Anish Kapoor, Niki de Saint Phalle, among artists showing jewelry at Sotheby’s East Hampton this August; a collaboration between Tiffany Dubin and Louisa Guinness. Louisa Guinness knows some prefer a Picasso on their walls while others prefer to wear one. The London-based gallerist helps those who prefer to wear…

New Exhibition on Jack Lenor Larsen Opens at LongHouse Reserve

On view June 26 – September 5, 2021 in the LongHouse Pavilion, Jack, Larger Than Life, is an intimate portrait of creator-collector Jack Lenor Larsen (1927–2020). His innovative textiles are presented side by side with his various “enthusiasms,” the objects of craft and art he assiduously gathered, as well as the clothing he collected and…

Festival of Flowers Blooms in Meatpacking District

First annual floral celebration arrives in New York City from June 12-13, 2021 L.E.A.F, a celebration for all New Yorkers to come together and enjoy the beauty of nature, arrives in New York City’s iconic Meatpacking District this month, for the first annual festival of flowers.  A weekend designed to spotlight world class floral design,…

PHOTOS: Museum of Arts and Design Preview of New Exhibitions

New York’s Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) hosted a Patron’s Preview Thursday May 20th offering new exhibitions and makers experiences, Carrie Moyer and Sheila Pepe’s Tabernacles For Trying Times,  a selection from MAD’s permanent collection called Craft Front & Center, and the remarkable Fisher Dollhouse: A Venetian Palazzo in Miniature.  “Tonight is a wonderful celebration to kick-off the summer at MAD”, said Interim Director Terry Skoda….

New York’s Favorite Rom-Com

In lieu of Valentine’s Day, USDISH has released each state’s most-googled ‘90s rom-coms. The ‘90s was a decade full of classic rom-coms we are obsessed with to this day. We’re still drooling over Vivian’s red dress in Pretty Woman and when someone says something ludicrous, we can still hear Cher say, “As if!” USDISH, an online authorized…

Hostess Tips For Your Virtual Holiday Parties

This Holiday Season will be different for all of us. Many of us will be celebrating with less family and friends than other years and some will opt for virtual parties to keep safe. Virtual soirées can still be fun! Here are some fun tips to maximize your celebration and enjoy the holiday season from…