The annual Lincoln Center Summer Festival is taking more of a global approach to its roster of events this year. Over 60 international productions and performances in music, dance, theater, and film will highlight the need for inclusion and diversity in a rapidly changing world. From a Chinese folk concert to a Middle Eastern play and a Carnaval dance party, this year’s performances offer something for everyone. Read below to find out which are the ones you won’t want to miss! Read More
Folks are pretty picky about their pizza. Not sure exactly why, but include us in that crowd. Maybe because it’s so universal, and there’s one on almost every block, and so it’s easy to get territorial about the one we prefer. So here are five Upper West Side pizza places we can all agree on! And if you’re in doubt, well then, go and try it for yourselves. Read More
A few rainy spring pics at Margaret Mead Green. Read More
Brunch is one of our favorite meals only because it starts late, happens on a weekend, and may include a little morning aperitif. The Upper West Side has some of the best spots for gathering the posse on a Saturday or Sunday before an afternoon at Central Park, or the American Museum of Natural History. The following Upper West Side brunch locations are sure to please the palette. Let’s eat! Read More
Ahh, Spring in NYC. One of life’s great joys. I love walking around on a lovely NYC spring day, to witness the best and most beautiful of the Upper West Side. I guess the other neighborhoods are fine, too. But look below – so pretty! Read More
Pad Thai, anyone? I’ve always loved Thai restaurants in NYC, and we have a few special gems right here on the Upper West Side. Here are my top three spots for the best Thai food on the Upper West Side.