Over the years, we've had the pleasure of interviewing a wide variety of notable actors, artists and writers.
Last week, I visited Madison Avenue boutique IPPOLITA to peruse their selection of handcrafted jewelry.
So, New York’s legendary, glittery Tavern on the Green, closed since 2009, reopened this past April, and on May 12 the restaurant threw a black-tie bash to celebrate.
If you’re a fan of celebrities—or just want to escape the heat in the cool air conditioning of a tour bus—check out TMZ Tour NYC. This two-hour bus tour takes you through popular celebrity haunts in the Meatpacking District, TriBeCa and other Manhattan neighborhoods.
Growing up in northeast Ohio, one of the region's most notable attractions is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland. Out of all the costumes and artifacts, the thing I remember most vividly is a display of the bed John Lennon and Yoko Ono shared when they first moved to New York City
There’s nothing greater than having fun and giving to charity, and you will get a chance to do both this Friday, August 24, at Pole Position Raceway in Jersey City, N.J. The indoor kart racing company will host the first annual Pole Position Raceway “Racing with the Pros” Charity Event from 7 to 10 p.m. in collaboration with beverage company Monster Energy and Street League Skateboarding.
Last night, I went to Openhouse Gallery’s Mulberry Street location for the launch of the Jose Cuervo Tradicional Mural Project—a program that aims to create a dialogue, through artistic endeavors, which will inspire artists over the age of 21 (I mean, it is being backed by a tequila company after all) to celebrate Latin culture—sharing their ambitions for the Latin community through murals.