Business

Woolworth Building Downtown NYC

From the Tallest Building to the Most Luxurious Penthouse: The History of the Woolworth...

During the early 1600’s, European entrepreneurs were seeking new markets for their wares as well as for scarce natural resources.  In 1609, Henry Hudson was hired by the Dutch West India Company for a...
A Creative Mind in a Foreign Land

A Creative Mind in a Foreign Land

Nowadays people want to be free while working on a beach drinking cocktails, or at the peaceful home in the mountains. Places like this can help bring out the creativity and helps to push...
Workplace Bullying with the #MeToo Movement

Workplace Bullying 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 workplace bullying, we often think of young adults or even...
Five decades in the making

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...

New Yorkers struggling with food – Margarette Purvis is Banking on Generosity

Thirty-five years ago, the founders of Food Bank For New York City believed they were building a temporary solution for hunger among homeless men. Today, the organization is a vital resource for the city’s...
Photo courtesy of Lisa Bevilacqua.

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...