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Workplace Abuse with Marjorie Mesidor

When it comes to bullying in the workplace, in today's world there is zero room and or hopefully zero tolerance. When we think of bullying we often think of young adults or even elementary children, online abuse and of course physical abuse. Once the #metoo movement...

Lower East Side gallery show, Expired NYC

Expired NYC, currently on view at Castle Fitzjohns gallery on the Lower East Side, is an exhibit of artist Conrad Stojak's upcycled parking meters. Stojak calls the iconic meters “reliquaries containing memories of my life.” They house dioramas of New York moments,...

Flatiron: Manhattan’s Hospitality Hotspot

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District just issued its eighth annual Flatiron: Where Then Meets Now report showcasing the significant development and growth of the hospitality sector in the district.

Diner en Blanc takes over Governors Island

They've done it again, or maybe New Yorkers have done it again!       This year guest traveled by, subway, car, and boat to reach their final destination. Ooh, but it was so worth the trip. This year DEB received over 6,500 guests arriving in style....

FIVE DECADES in the MAKING – Essex Crossing

The new ESSEX STREET CROSSING is bringing together the Lower East Side community with a forward-thinking look at the way New York lives, works, and shops.   It’s hard to imagine there was even one acre of vacant land in Lower Manhattan let alone six. But there it...

SWEET START with Chef David Teyf

Feeding Tradition, Chef David Teyf's cuisine combines his heritage with the culinary history of New York. By David Teyf’s hand, even a simple potato latke is a labor-intensive dish. But it’s all part of the chef’s mission to serve meals inspired by his heritage....

Still Very Much Here: Queer Before Queer

  In a society that is obsessed with youth and where mature women are often invisible, the artist Jo Ann Block is challenging these constructs with her work at her pop-up exhibition, ‘Queer Before Queer,’ at the Leslie-Lohman Project Space in SoHo this weekend....

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