Rock star Jon Bon Jovi is upping sticks and placing his slick Manhattan penthouse apartment on the market. Having made a number of renovations, he is asking for a significant mark-up on the property he bought in 2007.
The five-bedroom apartment is part of Soho’s New Museum Building, 128 Mercer Street. Read more
If you’re visiting Manhattan, then living like a New Yorker can really add to the experience. You can do this easily by renting your own private apartment. For a short time at least, make NYC your hometown and live the fantasy. Read more
Any parent will know that the world is built on stories. Stories, myths, legends, poems, songs… and they are the vehicle for so much of a child’s early development; so when sourcing the stories that are to fire your child’s imagination, they need to be the very best. Read more
Life moves fast in NYC, and it’s easy to get swamped by all the demands on your time. People in their millions have come here to “make it in Manhattan”, but if you can’t manage your time and keep all those the peripheral tasks in check, you main targets and goals will slowly recede into the distance. Read more
New York startup Piictu has invented a novel form of expression with its free app. Open the horizons of interaction, and converse through your photos to allow a fluid, emotive way to frame and share your day.
Piictu describes itself as a fun and simple way to talk & play with pictures from your mobile phone. Read more
If you haven’t heard of 3D printers, then let me be the first to tell you – these babies are going to change the world. For a while now they’ve been flying under the radar, but they’re beginning to pop up in people’s homes, and pretty soon, you can bet they’re going to be everywhere. Read more
Four-time Emmy award winner and Tony award nominee Edie Falco (“Nurse Jackie,” The House of Blue Leaves, “The Sopranos”) returns to the New York stage in the world premiere of The Madrid by Liz Flahive (From Up Here).
Falco stars as Martha, a kindergarten teacher with a life many would want: a loving husband, a devoted daughter. Read more
Once in a while, you find a shop that feels as if it’s been magically transported from another era or a far-away shore. The Evolution Store on Spring Street, Soho is one such box of delights; a place that seems more at home in Harry Potter’s Diagon Alley (or even Nocturn Alley!). Read more
Based in the prosperous financial district, you’ll find this unassuming food stall pop up around Cedar Street and Broadway, followed by a long line of executive suits and expectant stomachs. This is Sam’s, reportedly the best Falafel in New York City. Read more
Ever wondered how people land those awesome internships? Moreover, how did they even discover they were out there to aspire to? New start-up company NY Creative Interns will try to get you inspired, connected and successful in your desired field by providing you with the best possible entry-level placements in NYC. Read more