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NYC Hotels Face Setbacks and Hotel Pennsylvania Demolished this Holiday Season

New York City hotels should brace themselves for yet another quiet holiday season. CBRE Group’s hotel division predicts just 56% occupancy in the fourth...

The Fungus Among Us: Foraging in NYC

New York City is not the first-place people think of when they imagine food foraging.  The dense urban jungle makes it difficult to find...

The Future Fair and Their 2021 Holiday Market

The Future Fair began in 2020 and was created as a new form of the expo, one more akin to a cooperative where earnings...

Stephen Sondheim: King of Broadway

With the passing of Stephen Sondheim, New York City, and the theater world at large, lost a titan of the industry. It’s rare that...

Huguette Clark: The Many Mansions Recluse 

The multimillionaires of the modern world live lavish lives full of decadence and  splendor. This is nothing new, though. In America especially, the rich...

Christian Dior Exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum

The Brooklyn Museum is the third biggest museum in New York City, with over 1.5 million works of art and hundreds of thousands of...

The Sordid History Of NYC Air Shafts

There are few worse places to live than a small apartment without windows, ventilation, or natural light. Fortunately, today such an apartment would be...

NYC Opens First Supervised Injection Site

In an effort to curb unsafe drug use in America, many cities have developed specialized programs to help facilitate safe drug use.  On a federal,...

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The Squirrel: The New Age of Improv in NYC

While the city might be reopening after the COVID-19 Pandemic, many of the city’s familiar institutions didn’t make it out on the other side....

High NY with Emily Paxhia

Recreational marijuana was legalized in New York City on April 30 by ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo, but the changes haven’t been immediate. It is still...

Fashion Meant to Move: Bedford Stuyvesant’s Hisham Dawoud

A muggy morning in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn has me standing in front of a renovated three-floor walkup apartment building searching for the home of...

Exploring Forms, Queerness and Chinatown: 5Qs with Maxwell Runko

Maxwell Runko is a lifelong performance artist and trained sculptor based in Brooklyn, working out of Manhattan. With such a buoyant personality and brilliant work based...

Cannabis Cultivators Are Getting Impatient With NYC

New York's cannabis legalization bill was greenlit in March, but little to no progress has happened since. Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who just announced his resignation...

Is NYC Real Estate Ready to Embrace Sustainability?

With scientists cautioning against the impending threat of climate change, the push for sustainability has become a mainstream topic in today’s media. From smaller-scale...