Manhattan’s Elevated Park: The High Line

The 1.45 mile long public park sits thirty feet above street level along Manhattan’s west side, stretching from Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District north to 34th Street. The elevated train tracks were originally built in the 1930’s as a response to the high number of accidents between freight trains and street traffic that earned […]

NYC: Bars That Provide Their Own Entertainment

If you are in the mood for a place that offers more than just a great crowd and strong selection of libations, then you may wish to consider one of these off-beat picks. Indoor bocce ball? An emptied out garage full of classic arcade games? What about an entire bowling alley within a bar? If […]

NYC: Finding the Craic

CRAIC: n. (Gaelic-English slang). Fun, enjoyment or lighthearted mischief. An enjoyable time spent with others. It’s no secret that the Irish have maintained a long-standing presence in New York City, which, thankfully, means there is also no shortage of Irish-centric activities to enjoy.  Sports, theater, history, culture and Irish pubs, you can’t leave out the […]

Canstruction NYC-Annual Design Competition & Food Drive

Embarking on its 18th year in New York City, Canstruction is an international design competition that challenges architects, engineers, contractors and students to design and build enormous, colorful sculptures entirely from cans of donated food. A unique event that incorporates design and art to raise public awareness for hunger in New York City, Canstruction fuels  […]

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