Editor’s Letter: Random Thoughts

It’s with a great sense of pride that I mention the ranking New York Lifestyles Magazine has attained on the major search engines. Many entities have attempted to buy their way onto the top spot to no avail. It can only be achieved through relevance and importance of information...

Joan Lunden's Insperational Journey

If you look up the word “passionate” in the Merriam Webster Dictionary, it’ll say: “having, showing, or expressing strong emotions or beliefs expressing or relating to strong... feelings”...

Remembering Frank Gifford

To say that I “knew” Frank Gifford would be a stretch of the truth. But having met him several times, it could be said that I knew him. The first time was at a charity golf outing, one of Gifford’s pleasure, combining his love of golf with his giving nature. He was there because he knew that his name, amongst those of other celebrities, would add...

Brooklyn: Yesterday & Today

Many people have great pride in their community, having formed a deep attachment to their roots. You may say some even develop a burning passion for their neighborhood. But how many of us would turn such a fervor for their environs into a career? Well, Tony Muia loved his home borough of Brooklyn so much, he did just that...

Hunt & Fish Club: Newest Celebrity Haunt

New York is a city of restaurants. Eateries range from little sandwich shops to some of the finest dining establishments to be found anywhere in the world. Too many restaurants equate glitz with quality and the mortality rate for new restaurants is amazingly high…unless you have something different to offer...

Taboon: Ancient Art Of Cooking

Taboon Restaurant is known for its “Middleterranean;” specializing in the art of cooking in a taboon dome shaped, wood fired oven, used throughout the Middle East for nearly three millennia....

Live Arts: yMusic Premere

Starting in September and spanning the complete fall season, New York Live Arts will launch its debut music series dedicated to an annual exploration of the breadth and scope of today’s most vital contemporary musical artists, beginning with yMusic...

LoMan Exhibition: Street Art

To Wayne Rada, Lower Manhattan is as important as any other part of New York City. He’s seen the Tribeca Film Festival, street fairs, flower festival and he felt very strongly that Lower Manhattan should be able to stand on its own in that category...

Peking Dance: The 3-Inch Lotus

Devotees of exotic Chinese dance will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the U.S. Premiere of the Qi Shu Fang Peking Opera’s performance of The Three Inch Lotus at NYU’s Skirball Center..

Kierstead: Very Superstitious!

Have you enjoyed the summer everyone? I hope you’ve gotten to check out some of the amazing theatrical events around New York City! There’s always something great to do in the city, whatever season it may be. If you got to see HAMILTON (as we talked about last month), good for you! It continues to perform...

Marcus Goldhaber: Channeling Sinatra

Marcus Goldhaber may be a Red Sox fan, but New Yorkers have taken to the mellow voice of the Buffalo native who now makes his home in The City.
Goldhaber recently filled the room at 54 Below, an intimate setting on 54th Street, and held the audience’s attention with both his voice and little comedy quips....
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