Photo via flickr The Sailors are coming to town and this year—for the first time ever—they can be openly gay. From May 23 to 30, thousands of men and women serving on U.S. Navy and U.S. Coastguard ships will debark onto the streets of Manhattan for the annual Fleet Week New York. According to the … Continue reading Fleet Week New York comes OUT!
(Photos by Fred Rose) New York City is often considered a concrete jungle, herding humans and sprouting skyscrapers through its densely overgrown streets. Yet approximately one-quarter of the city is occupied by public parks, playgrounds and nature preserves. The grande dame, of course, is Central Park. But there’s a new kid in town who grows … Continue reading Take Me To The River
It’s summer. Take a walk. And while you're at it, enjoy a 7-course meal and expand your knowledge of one of New York City's most exciting neighborhoods. 3 hours. 7 courses. 2 miles. Rum & Blackbird Tasting Tours will guide your palate (and feet) through the Hell’s Kitchen of yesterday and today. Once home to … Continue reading A Tasty Tour of Hell’s Kitchen
On the Street Where You Live is a pretty fantastic place if you live in New York City. New Yorkers have access to food from every culture and region imaginable. But with 18,696 eating establishments at our disposal, how do we begin to explore dishes ranging from the mundane to the exotic? Try walking out … Continue reading Rock My Block