Books and Summer. Such a lovely marriage. Don’t you think? A beautiful story unfolding with every word, as the sun shines on the city, can be as calming as sounds of waves crashing onto the shore on a moonlit night. In fact, any season is the perfect season for reading.
Tropfest New York 2012 is in town this weekend at New York’s Bryant Park. The world’s largest short film festival hosted by Hugh Jackman will begin at 3pm, with live music/DJ’s performing before the main event. The short film competition will be judged by an industry and celebrity panel, beginning
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under
Throw a baguette under your hairy armpit and slap a beret onto your head– it’s time for lunchtime accordion concerts in Bryant Park! Enjoy the sounds of Paris with FREE musette-style accordion music every Tuesday, from 12:30-2:30pm. Pack a picnic lunch, and pretend you’re on a lavish European vacay– all
I know the requisite Mardi Gras celebration includes beads, breasts and booze. But if you’re looking for a slightly less inebriated event, Bryant Park will be hosting a very family friendly Mardi Gras party. From 1-2pm on Saturday, head over to Le Carrousel to participate in New Orleans themed events
What could be more American than road trips and rock ‘n’ roll? If you’re still in search of something do on this glorious Independence Day, check out a FREE screening of Easy Rider at the HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival. It’s hard to tell what this movie doesn’t have– between a
Although it’s been around for a few years, I only got hip to Bryant Park’s free “Word for Word” series a few days ago. I also only found out a few days ago that you can expand the view finder on the Hipstamatic camera app, making it 1000x easier to
Hooray summertime. It makes venues out of the streets and parks that once were blistering nightmares of wind and cold. Now that the sun has peeked out from behind its gray hiding spot we can start using the limited outdoors New York has for a bit of R n’ R.
Spring is coming, and after spring comes summer, and that means you will be starting to hit up parks in NYC. A whole list of posts could be devoted to the ongoing entertainment programs you can expect from each concrete and dirt patch we call “parks” in this city, but