Fourth Annual New York City Coffee Festival was full of caffeine and fun.
Paying for a place to nap during a busy day is now available, for a price.
How the Dominican Community brought life, music, and culture to a quiet Williamsburg Sunday.
Whether Dylan was part of any protest movement can be debated. But it’s no question how influential music has been in social movements over the last 50 years.
The 36th Annual Mermaid Parade was full of seaweed, seashells, and Princess Ariels roaming around. Summer in New York City is starting to heat up and mermaids are some of the first to prepare for a cool down.
It was an unusually lively Sunday morning; thousands of people lined Central Park West, armed with banners that read “NRA--Not ! Representing America” and “#ENOUGH is ENOUGH & TOO MUCH is TOO MUCH.” The March for Our Lives last Sunday drew hundreds of thousands from all over the country to rally support for gun reform, following the most recent deadly high school shooting in Parkland, Fla., last month.
Despite freezing temperatures last Saturday, well over 100,000 New Yorkers gathered at 44th Street to begin the six-hour, 35-block march up 5th Avenue. They marched in the name of a variety of groups, from firefighters and soldiers to marching bands and immigrant societies.
Even you can take part in the glitz and the glamor that comes with New York Fashion Week – you just have to know where to look.While Fashion Week features big-name designers and models strutting their stuff on the runway, most of the shows are by invite only, while others aren’t always advertised.
A high of almost 60 degree’s did not stop New York City Department of Parks and Recreation from turning Central Park into a winter wonderland Saturday, January 27. From 11 to 3p.m. Central Park was filled with artificial snow, ski slopes, games and vendors. Winter Jam brought park goers from all boroughs and walks of life together for a snow filled, action packed day.
On the anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration, thousands of New Yorkers carried signs and banners through central Manhattan, chanting “Love not hate, makes America Great.” One of over 250 marches around the country, this Saturday’s demonstration was a show of solidarity in light of a political atmosphere the walkers think lacks respect for women, immigrants, and minorities.
The set was used to advertise Google’s new phone—the Pixel 2—and its exclusive augmented reality stickers. These can be applied to the camera, and contain animations of varying designs to make the photographing process more interesting. In the exhibit, stickers included leaping Demogorgons and Eleven eating waffles.
According to an art report last year by the Boston Foundation, New York City sees annual arts revenues of over $5 billion per year.