If you’ve never obsessed over a romantic crush, you’re probably lying. Deborah Zoe Laufer understands. Her 45-minute musical, Window Treatment fully captures the feeling of longing for someone you’ve only seen, but have never met.
She didn’t exactly wear blue velvet, but bluer than velvet was the night for Lauren Molina, half of the popular duo The Skivvies. With her equally dyed-in-the blue counterpart Nick Cearley, the pair put on a “Halloween Hootenanny” last week at the Green Room 42. Dressed in little else than their actual skivvies, the pair was decked in blue body paint and glitter. They opened their show with a parody mash-up from Songs for a New World and Guys and Dolls: “Songs for a Blue Wave” and “Get out You’re Rockin’ the Vote.” Afterward, they told the packed audience that they were dressed as blue waves—a suggestion they hoped would sweep the nation on Tuesday’s Election Day. (While it was not as big as many Democrats hoped, it still marked a significant shift in the system.
I know there are a lot of Manhattanites who despise traveling outside the city, let alone their own neighborhood (SMH!) Roslyn, a town in Long Island, is only 30 minutes away, and nestled inside its beautiful hotel of the same name is a gorgeous restaurant called 1221 at MFP.
When the quality of chefs working at Hortus in NoMad come from legendary establishments like Per Se and Blanca, it’s pretty much a guarantee that you are in for an incredible meal. And that is exactly what me and my friend had when we visited this delicious and wonderful establishment last week where we got to experience their take on modern Asian cuisine.
Emmy winner Mariska Hargitay, who is known for her role on Law & Order: SVU, will be hosting a major event on Monday in New York City that coincides with the work that her character Olivia Benson does on the NBC smash hit program.
Jamie Campbell may have had to fight to wear a dress to his high school prom, but he certainly didn’t have to struggle for affection during a recent visit to Chelsea. On Monday, October 22nd, Cinepolis Theaters proudly welcomed the British native and his mother, Margaret to Screenvisions’s special VIP screening of the London musical based on their lives.
New York City’s very own All Types of Kinds doesn’t just stick themselves into one mold of music. Their eclectic style reaches all types of genres… further giving meaning to the name of their band. Furthermore, they are extraordinarily talented with the type of stuff they are putting out there and could easily be the next big band to take over the world if they play their cards right.
Vintage interior meets modern American cuisine at Parker & Quinn, located right outside Times Square at 39th Street between 5th and 6th avenue. Read on to find out why this place will leave you satisfied in more ways than one.
Williston is a new American work from playwright Adam Seidel. Billed as a dark comedy, it examines oil drilling rights in a North Dakota town. Miranda Theater Company is presenting the work which opened on October 26th and runs through November 10th on the Lower East Side’s IATI Theater.
Real talk here: Spyro the Dragon was my all-time favorite game to play when I was growing up in the 90’s. Although my video game phase ended many moons ago, I was delighted to hear that my favorite franchise was coming back and has an official drone to help get the word out about its upcoming video game launch of Spyro Reignited Trilogy.