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,…

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…

PHOTOS: YAGP Tours FIT’s ‘Ballerina: Fashion’s Modern Muse’

Youth America Grand Prix (YAGP) and board member Marcella Hymowitz brought friends to a private tour of Ballerina: Fashion’s Modern Muse, the new exhibition at The Museum at FIT. FIT Museum Deputy Director Patricia Mears explained, “Today we take for granted that ballerinas have a major impact on modern fashion. However this is a relatively recent phenomenon.  For most of ballets long history, professional female…

David Kramer Exhibition, Essential Oils, Open Through March 14, 2020

David Kramer’s Essential Oils is now extended through March 14th, 2020 at the Owen James Gallery. This modern world has not turned out to be the gauzy utopia we were once promised, and David Kramer is here to tell us all about it. The paintings of David Kramer are full of self-deprecating humor, irony and…

PHOTOS: Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute Celebrates 50th Anniversary

The iconic Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute celebrated its 50th Anniversary on Monday, November 4, 2019 at New York University’s Rosenthal Pavilion in New York City, raising vital funds for The Lee Strasberg Creative Center, which has provided scholarships to students for 42 years. This is the first benefit in the school’s storied history. Alumni Alec Baldwin along with Marlo Thomas were the…

Top 5 Instagram Worthy Bakeries in NYC

Donuts, croissants, muffins, pies, cookies, brownies, blondies, cakes, cupcakes, tortes, tartes, and so much more! The top bakeries from all around New York City to get a gram worthy shot – and a delicious bite! 1. Supermoon Bakehouse This bakery is your new obsession. You’ve heard of the cronut BUT HAVE YOU HEARD OF A…

Manhattan in Bloom With Floral Pop-ups All Over The City

 Today, LEAF – a city-wide festival of Flowers, with all the grit, energy and vitality New York has to offer – announced its launch in Manhattan in June 2020. To celebrate the announcement, LEAF brings a riot of color across the city with #NYFlowerWeek, blooming on Tuesday, June 11 and Wednesday, June 12, 2019. Featuring a…

Listing: Vinho Verde Wine Experience Returns To Chelsea

Vinho Verde Wines will return for its third year hosting the ‘Vinho Verde Wine Experience’ in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood on Saturday, June 15. It is one of the most anticipated (and most delicious) events on NYC’s summer calendar!  Taste and enjoy ever-flowing wine from over 30 top, specially curated wineries in the Vinho Verde region…