Listing: Joshua Beamish/MOVETHECOMPANY Presents The Masque of the Red Death

Joshua Beamish/MOVETHECOMPANY Presents The Masque of the Red Death Inspired by the Edgar Allan Poe June 28, 2018 at 8pm June 29, 2018 at 8pm The Joyce Theater Since their last appearance at The Joyce Theater’s Ballet Festival in 2015, Joshua Beamish/MOVETHECOMPANY has continued to thrill audiences, most recently at Canada’s National Arts Centre and in…

Listing: RIOULT Dance NY 2018 New York Season At The Joyce Theater

RIOULT Dance NY, the American modern dance company with a European sensibility dedicated to the creation and presentation of the work of choreographer Pascal Rioult, announces its 2018 New York season May 30th – June 3rd at The Joyce Theater (175 Eighth Avenue, at 19th Street, NYC). Hailed by the New York Times as having…

Listing: Sip, Shop, & Adopt Animal Ashram Pop-Up Benefit

Join Actress and Animal Activist Leesa Rowland at Animal Ashram’s Pop-Up Penthouse on Feb 7, 2018 at Hotel on Rivington (107 Rivington St, New York, NY 10002). The non-profit Animal Ashram will create a one-day only haven for animals and humans. Guests will enjoy a fun filled day of animal adoptions, vegan shopping bazaar, yoga, healthy snacks…

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…

Check Out This Whimsical Colorful Gramercy Park Dream Loft

Talk about New Years Resolution GOALS! This listing from Brown Harris Stevens – a full floor, whimsically designed loft in the highly sought after Gramercy Park area of Manhattan. Whimsically designed and bursting will color, this sunlit co-op spans over 4,000 square feet and boasts 17 large windows and 4 exposures. Enter via a private elevator onto a spacious landing, separated from…

New York’s Newest Indoor Holiday Market On Until January 6

Chase Pay Village is an indoor holiday market at The Oculus at The Westfield World Trade Center that gives shoppers the option to use the mobile wallet for a more convenient checkout, receive special offers and participate in festive holiday activities. They have 20 specialty stores offering one-of-a-kind gifts. A few of Chase Pay’s participating merchants…

The Best Places To Buy Unique Holiday Gifts

Everybody has gotten a sweater, socks, a candle from Jo Malone… you know the drill. It’s always nice to receive but not something to write home about. So, what’s the secret? Where do you find creative, inspiring gifts to gush about? Museum gift shops! They always have the move unique items. All the way from…

PHOTOS: Nick Jonas Surprise Performance at Chase Pay Village in World Trade Center

Multi-platinum and Grammy nominated recording artist, actor, and award-winning songwriter, Nick Jonas surprised Chase Pay Village holiday shoppers with a pop-up concert of holiday classics and original songs, including his Golden Globe-nominated hit “Home,” in the Oculus at The World Trade Center on December 13, 2017. Chase Pay Village is a one-of-a kind curated collection of…

PHOTOS: Michelle Smith of MILLY Hosts Publicolor Holiday Pop-Up Shop

On Thursday, November 30th, fashion designer Michelle Smith of MILLY, jewelry designer Dana Bronfman, and artist Sarah Meyohas hosted a holiday shopping event to support Publicolor at MILLY’s store at 158 Mercer Street. Publicolor students painted an installation before the event with Michelle Smith and Sarah Meyohas, who designed the mural. Guests shopped MILLY’s exclusive ready-to-wear, new arrivals and minis, while they browsed…

16 Reasons New Yorkers Are Grateful This Year

It’s that sappy time of the year where we get together with friends and family to reminisce about the last 12 months and how our lives have changed. 2017 was… eventful… to say the least. Similar to a car wreck, where no matter how gruesome it got, you simply couldn’t look away. New Yorkers are…