What's New In New York This Month?

Decadent Ice Cream, Sorbets and More at Ladurée!

Ladurée SoHo offers two distinct dining rooms, an outdoor garden, and a retail area that serves Ladurée’s famous macarons, pastries and classic French cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The charming space evokes the nostalgia and essence of a traditional Parisian tearoom. Currently stop by to try their scrumptious summer lunch menu and decadent ice cream menu. Ice creams flavors include Madagascar Vanilla, Coffee, Pistachio, Salted Caramel, Rose Petal, Coconut and sorbet flavors of Guanaja Chocolate, Lemon, Raspberry, Strawberry!

398 West Broadway (btw Spring & Broome sts.)

Broadway & Off-Broadway

Follow the Adventures of a Fifty-Something woman in “Curvy Widow!”

Tony Award® Nominee Nancy Opel (Urinetown) returns to the New York stage in “Curvy Widow.” Based on a true story, this sassy and witty musical follows the daily exploits of a feisty fifty-something whose adventures inspire laughter and, in the least expected places — reveal truths about life, love, and sex.

Westside Theatre , 407 West 43rd St. (btw Ninth & Tenth aves.)



Virtual Reality is now the next big thing for tourism in NYC. Gray Line CitySightseeing New York (GLCSSNY), the world’s leading open-top double decker bus tour operator, is announcing a new interactive partnership with TimeLooper as it launches a time travel sightseeing experience kicking off in New York City with its 360-degree virtual reality tours. TimeLooper is a mobile app that allows its users to travel back in time to uncover historic moments using a smartphone along with augmented and virtual reality technologies. GLCSSNY passengers can now travel through space and time to re-live some of the most iconic moments in the creation of modern New York as they hop-on and hop-off across the city and across decades. Passengers will take in the sights and sounds of today’s New York City, and then take out their smartphones to see the New York City of yesterday. The TimeLooper app is free to download through iTunes App and the Google Play stores. For more information visit www.TimeLooper.com and visit www.City-Sightseeing.com


The Ultimate Art Gallery for Pop Culture Lovers

From July 13th thru September 6th, in association with Joseph Baldassare and Arthouse 18, Morrison Hotel Gallery is exploring the art of triptych photography in its newest exhibit, Trendsetters in Triptych. From The Beatles and Bob Dylan to Andy Warhol and Muhammad Ali, Trendsetters in Triptych covers icons of music, film, sport, and screen, all viewed from this unique perspective.

Photo credit: Dizzy, Louis and Miles by Bob Willoughby

116 Prince St. (btw Greene & Wooster sts.)


Elegance and History, Wrapped Up in a Midtown Hotel!

Midtown is the heart of Manhattan and The Wolcott Hotel is right in the thick of the action, serving as a prime command center for travelers who want to explore all the area has to offer and stay close by. This iconic Beaux Arts hotel—designed by famed architect John H. Duncan—opened in 1904 and quickly became a lodging hub for accomplished notables of the era including; Samuel Clemens (known widely by his pen name, Mark Twain), acclaimed American dancer Isadora Duncan and Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Edith Wharton. When you’re looking to stay in the heart of New York, The Wolcott Hotel is an affordable option well suited for families, groups of friends and solo travelers. The onsite amenities like laundry and valet services help distinguish the hotel’s attention to detail, but it’s the fantastic location that sets The Wolcott Hotel apart from other NYC hotels. Use code MAG to receive 10% off your booking!

4 West 31st St. (btw Fifth & Broadway aves.)


A Taste of Ireland in NYC

A small piece of Ireland in Manhattan, one location in Times Square, the other at Penn Station. Both locations provide the Irish hospitality found in the pubs and welcoming homes of Ireland. The best pint of Guinness in NYC and great meals are here, no matter which location you choose.

254 W. 31st st.  (btw Seventh & Eighth aves.)

315 W. 39th st. (btw Eighth & Ninth aves.)