The din of commercial airliners, normally an everyday occurrence for Queens residents, will be replaced by lush orchestral tones this Thursday and Friday night, August 6th and 7th, as the NY Pops make their debut at the Forrest Hills...
In the two years of Manhattan Digest being an active and fabulous site, I have had the wonderful opportunities to stay and review some fantastic boutique hotels in the best city in the world.  With the warm weather here...
When it comes to living in New York City, the varieties of cuisines you can try and devour run plenty from one palette to the next.  One type of cuisine that seems to run supreme throughout is Japanese, which...
People don’t often link rain, wind, ropes, treadmills, tribal drums, and overhead plexiglass pools to live theater, but thanks to the ingenuity of Argentinian director Diqui James, all of these elements  combine into a 90 minute experience called Fuerza Bruta.Earlier...
It is a herculean task to create a show that maintains a consistent humorous rhythm, but  thanks to Joel Paley and Marvin Laird, this effort has not only been achieved; it has surpassed all the standards one expects in...
New Yorkers take their variety of alcoholic beverages very seriously, especially when it always seems to be 5PM throughout the day.  With today being National Scotch Whiskey Day (yes, it actually exists) Scotland's favorite whisky The Famous Grouse has...
Ahh, summertime.  The weather is warm, the Mister Softee trucks are everywhere, and the bears no doubt spend one fabulous weekend flocking to Provincetown, Massachusetts for its 15h Annual Bear Week which just occurred between July 11th through the...
If you are a gay man in New York City, you find that the options for gay friendly establishments to be quite plentiful and exciting to encounter.  For tourists who are visiting New York City, the buzz that you...
As tends to be the case with the Museum of Sex, the current exhibitions offer a hit-and-miss experience. The relatively tiny museum, located at the corner of 5th Avenue and 27th Street in Manhattan, houses a couple regular displays...
If your theatrical tastes lean more towards an Elizabethan flavor, there is certainly  no shortage of classical options in New York City to satisfy your erudite palette. From the Public Theater's stagings in Central Park to Riverside's Park's  abridged...