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Squeeze Songbook 2019 Tour

Squeeze
You might be tempted to write off the 1980’s as a decade of too much— too much hairspray, too much neon, and...

Easy Rider celebrates 50th with a screening at Radio City Music...

Easy Rider celebrates 50th with a screening at Radio City Music Hall
Easy Rider, the iconic film written by Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, and Terry Southern, roars into Radio City Music Hall on Friday,...

Make CBD a part of your life

Celebrate National CBD Day today by learning how to incorporate this ubiquitous product into your wellness routine. Several national drug stores and...

LG and Pantone sponsor a color-ific weekend pop-up in SoHo!

Cafe OLED in SoHo
Technology and color merge in Cafe OLED, a three-day pop-up in SoHo, presented by LG and Pantone Color Institute. To show off...

The Project Renewal Annual Gala is Tuesday, June 4

Project Renewal 2018 gala
Tickets are still available for the annual Project Renewal gala, to take place at Pier Sixty at the Chelsea Piers, on Tuesday,...

White Asparagus is the star at Cafe Katja on the LES

White asparagus at Cafe Katja
"Our white asparagus is flown in from Europe every Thursday," says Emmy-winning, and charming, Chef Erwin Schröttner co-owner and founder of Cafe...

Art New York comes to Pier 94

Martinique Series by Vivian Springford, 1974, courtesy Vallarino Fine Art.
Whether you are looking to enhance your art collection or just absorb some art inspiration, the 5th edition of Art New York...

Tons of Gifts Perfect for Mom This Mother’s Day

We found all the gifts your mom actually wants this year! Some of them are so great, you might need one for...

Design on a Dime at Metropolitan Pavilion is a Must-See!

Design on a Dime
Design on a Dime, sponsored by Housing Works, is celebrating its 15th year raising funds and awareness to end AIDS and homelessness....

Punk Rock Photography Show Opens on the Lower East Side

The Ramones at CBGB by punk rock photographer David Godlis
72 Gallery, the newest addition to the Lower East Side's art scene, opens on Thursday, April 18th (6pm-9pm), with a bang, showing...

The Strokes Nikolai Fraiture and his brother perform at 7 WTC,...

Artwork created by Pierre Fraiture, and Nikolai Fraiture of The Strokes, to benefit Luv Michael Foundation for Autism.
On April 3, Downtown Magazine attended a live art performance by Nikolai Fraiture of The Strokes, and his brother Pierre, a New...

Electric Lady Studios’ Architect John Storyk tells his story

Electric Lady Studios, designed by John Storyk
New York has more than its share of historic music spaces, from Carnegie Hall to The Village Vanguard. But the most mythical...

Shop the ultimate Rock and Roll emporium on Orchard Street

It's a couple of weeks before Christmas, and I'm sitting on a tiger-striped trunk with downtown fashion icon and owner of...

Summer Day Camp 2021

Summer camp is a must for children!   Do you remember your first experience with summer camp?  I know that I do, these memories, and unique...

Information is Activism With Changing Room

Changing Room founders Martim De Mello and Jeremy Yao
An “Innovation Class” at Columbia University led two future business partners to build on a growing movement in sustainable fashion. Both recognizing the need...

The Greens Donate $103,495 to NYC Charities with Support  from Visitors

  Pier 17’s socially distanced rooftop restaurant gives back to six charities with a reservation initiative supporting local communities    There is nothing else like this incredibly well-thought-out rooftop in New York City. Leave...

Vegetable Forward, with Chef Amy Sur-Trevino

Spring 2021, and all its glory has sprung in downtown, New York, City. Last week we had the palatable, pleasure of sampling the new 2021...

Carbonbase Rests at the Intersection of Climate Support and Personal Savings

Carbonbase Logo
          Living sustainably can often be seen as an act of altruism, something owed to a deeper appreciation of the...

Molly’s Game The Best Poker Movie?

Molly’s Game The Best Poker Movie?
Despite being one of the most famous card games on the planet, the list of feature films about poker is relatively short. Filmmakers have...

Big Sporting Events Worth Traveling For

Big Sporting Events Worth Travellng For
  Speaking of travelling became a taboo of sorts during 2020 given the global pandemic the world sadly fell into. Still, the idea of travelling,...

The Rapidly Changing Landscape of New York’s Gambling Laws

Gambling across the USA varies dramatically from state to state. As the various governments and senates need to approve their own specific rulings to...

The Importance of Continuing Education and Professional Development

The Importance of Continuing Education and Professional Development
Although it may sound clichéd, we cannot stress the importance of continuing education and learn enough. It is one of the best investments people...

Chinatown’s Fat Choy is Redefining What It Means to Run a...

Fat Choy Restaurant NYC
Two chefs with lengthy portfolios in culinary meat turn themselves around to start a vegan, Chinese-influenced restaurant. In New York, what else is new? It...