The "I Ignore Homeless People" Club

This morning as I sat in my car, my seat warmer keeping my ass nice and toasty, Elvis Duran is entertaining me because they’re talking about what movie represents your love life … and I think to myself, "Is there a movie with clowns in it that isn't scary?" And it doesn’t dawn on me until they’ve been off air for two hours, that it’s "Patch Adams!" ...more
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Gotham Vintage Saturdays


NYC: Charles Poekel's 'Christmas, Again' Opens at MOMA Tonight! Stay for the Director Q & A!

The film is a 2015 Independent Spirit Nominee for John Cassavetes Award. -PJ Gach...more

New York City Restaurants: Where I Have Eaten So Far

I have a list of restaurants in New York City that I am trying my best to get to through this summer. However, there is a hard balance between staying in and cooking for myself and being able to try all these new restaurants! There are still plenty more on my list. For now, this is where I have eaten, and enjoyed eating, since I moved to NYC:...more

New York City Activities

Manhattan can be an overwhelming city, especially if you are only here for a few days! What activities should you do while you are visiting? Just as importantly, what New York City activities should you skip? I think a good mix of activities that includes museums, outdoor exercise and site seeing is the way to go in order to see a bit of everything in New York City. I have rounded up a list of New York City activities that I think make a great New York City trip!...more

Being From Nowhere

 When I was a little girl my mother showed me a map. She was trying to show me where we lived, but after she looked for a very long time, she couldn’t find anything, not even a little dot that marked our town.She finally gave up and said, “Well, I guess we’re from nowhere.”I never forgot that sentence....more
Totally agree on the "be grateful"... When I was asked what I wanted to be, I would say whatever ...more

A Conversation with Elisabeth Moss on Going from Screen to Stage, Feminism and the End of 'Mad Men'

The Heidi Chronicles is a play that was written in 1988 by the legendry, now-deceased playwright Wendy Wasserstein. It traces 25 years in a woman named Heidi’s life, starting with her days as a teenager in high school and then at Yale, studying art history, graduate school in Chicago, and finally life as a adult in New York City where she ends up living amongst the people who spanned the course of her life.   ...more

Park Avenue Restaurant Gets a Makeover

Restaurateur Michael Stillman recently re-opened his Park Avenue restaurant in Flatiron, on 26th and Park. The fine dining establishment is well known for its changing décor, menu and name each season. Right now, it’s Park Avenue Autumn.The dining room is less formal than its previous incarnation on the Upper East Side. The expansive location boasts soaring ceilings and is currently decorated with fall foliage....more

#WomensLives: Chef Amanda Cohen is Keeping it Real(ly delicious)

Photos by Brent Herrig Photography...more