They say that the environment affects the artist. Such as how WWI affected Hemingway and the South affected Faulkner. But I believe that the opposite is true. I think the environment as viewed through the artist’s eyes, or words, or lens, in this case, can be affected by the artist. [Read more…] about A Black and White Summer in the City: A Photo Blog
Grand Central Station
Something each and every person in Manhattan looks forward to is the end of day, especially the ones who do the ever so popular 9-5. You are tired, exhausted and looking for any kind of pick me up to enjoy the rest of the day. Well, one fabulous location is doing something super special to help you out with something tasty, sweet, and so much more. New York Central Bar and Kitchen at the New York Grand Hyatt, is celebrating its connection to Grand Central Station (it is literally connected) and offering a special Metro North 50% off specialty cocktails promo. How amazing is that? [Read more…] about Happy Hour Cocktail Promo from New York Central Bar and Kitchen!
In the heart of New York City, there is a tiny section named Pershing Square. However, in all of Manhattan, there is more asked of this little square than of any other neighborhood. Located directly outside Grand Central Station it serves as a gateway to all who exit the old, Art Deco designed train station. Emerging from it’s doors is like a trip back in time and a welcome to the modernity of the city all in a first glance.