We hope you enjoyed our March events even though it was a rougher month for weather than we had hoped (Nor’Easter Toby, we’re lookin’ at you!). Optimism and new beginnings are our vibe for April, and with all the wonderful things to do in Manhattan, you’ll be feeling fresh in no time. Bonnets, bunnies and brunch abound on Easter Sunday (April 1), and we offer New York landmark Tavern on the Green as the perfect spot for classic live jazz and an Easter Egg Hunt. Weather permitting, follow it up with a stroll through Central Park. For something...Read More
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We spoke with two NYC side-hustlers about how they utilize self storage to make things happen. One is a yoga teacher who flexed her business budget by creating a studio space within her apartment. The other is a private chef who chopped costs by entertaining at her pad. Rachel, 27, is a yoga teacher based out of the Upper West Side. “A lot of yoga teachers either rent space from established yoga studios or teach private lessons out of a gym,” she explained. Both have their pros and cons – yoga studios can take 40-60% of the...Read More
We are as excited as you are for Spring but before we share our recommendations for the new month and season, let us to put two late-February happenings onto your radar. The first: Dunkin’ Donuts introduced its Girl Scout Cookies line of coffees and yes, this is newsworthy. New flavors include Coconut Caramel (the cookie formerly known as Samoa), Peanut Butter Cookie, and of course, Thin Mints. The second: Nap York in midtown also wants to keep you up and running, albeit by way of a good snooze. This brand new venue offers public nap pods, a vegan cafe...Read More
“The everyday turned solitary, so we came to February. The nights were cold and long and scary. Can we live through February?” ~Dar Williams
February can be dreary, but this list of 35+ things to do in New York City will keep you so busy you won’t need a Groundhog to make spring come quickly.
Greetings and Happy 2018! After holiday parties, New Year’s Eve celebrations and arctic temperatures to test even the most tried-and-true New Yorkers, January is officially in full swing. We’ll keep it (mostly) indoors for this month’s events guide, starting with two music festivals with a conscience that kick off on Sunday, 1/14. First, ‘The ‘60s: The Years that Changed America’ at Carnegie Hall, which explores the overlap of music, protest and social change and features David Crosby and the Philip Glass ensemble, to name a few. It runs through March. Second, a one-day only event GlobalFEST 2018, is a...Read More
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