One and Done: Lisa Bevilacqua’s Guide to Dating in the City

One and Done: Lisa Bevilacqua’s Guide to Dating in the City

Dating can seem like an endless process, but Lisa Bevilacqua breaks it down to a science in her book One and Done. Being “on the market” for nearly two years after her divorce, Bevilacqua did not have the best of luck with dating. She instead became frustrated during...
Reigning Queen of Candy Land, Dylan’s

Reigning Queen of Candy Land, Dylan’s

My stores are what I imagine Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory would look like in real life meets Candyland and Disneyland,” says Dylan Lauren, The Reigning Queen of Candy Land and founder of Dylan’s Candy Bar. A fashion-forward sweet shop filled with a global...
Summer Fun with the Chuck Braman Band

Summer Fun with the Chuck Braman Band

The Chuck Braman Vibraphone Quartet kicked off this past weekend with a free concert on the Hudson River featuring Chuck Braman on drums, Behn Gillece on vibraphone, Paul Bollenback on guitar, and Matt Clohesy on bass. The concert began at 7 pm and continued until 9...
The Man Behind the Museum of Interesting Things

The Man Behind the Museum of Interesting Things

Denny Daniel is a self-identifying “downtown kid.”  He is also the owner and founder of The Museum of Interesting Things. Daniel takes the museum to the visitors and brings curiosity and education with him. The Museum of Interesting Things travels to schools, adult...
Attorney Bryan Arce on Sexual Harassment

Attorney Bryan Arce on Sexual Harassment

The #MeToo social media movement is in full swing and providing many women and men who have experienced sexual harassment with a platform to raise their concerns. However, in the midst of this movement, there are still many afraid to come forward out of fear of losing...