Archives

Asphalt Green1

Garbage In, Garbage Out: Misguided Reasons
For a Dump on the Upper East Side

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013
by on Living Around

No one, it seems, wants to live next to a garbage dump, not even New York City’s newly elected mayor, Bill de Blasio. A longtime

CONTINUE READING »

blue note_JUNE2012

WAT’s Proust Questionnaire: Tessa Souter –
A Jazz Singer with Soul and So Much More

Friday, July 19th, 2013
by on Woman Around Town

Tessa Souter is a jazz vocalist who truly embraces her audience. Come to hear her beautiful voice at Bar 55 in Greenwich Village, or in

CONTINUE READING »

La Bella outside

La Bella Luce—Seven Military Wives
Bring Italian Decor Within Reach

Thursday, July 26th, 2012
by on Shopping Around

Clifton, Virginia, population, 282, isn’t what some might consider an antique lover’s destination. The town’s Main Street runs a few blocks lined with attractive historic

CONTINUE READING »

Matt Doyle (right) and Will Van Dyke

Matt Doyle: A Smooth Voice in a Swanky New Club

Thursday, June 14th, 2012
by on Playing Around

Upon walking into the newly re-opened Pink Elephant, located in Greenwich Village, you may want to grab onto the walls as the all-black hallway, dotted

CONTINUE READING »

HH

The Importance of Being Hans:
Hans Hofmann Modernizes the Moderns

Friday, April 13th, 2012
by on Playing Around

Painter, teacher and mentor Hans Hofmann’s considerable reputation as an innovator of ideas and methods, as well as one of the great influences on American

CONTINUE READING »

MMeringolo300jpg

You Must Believe in Spring—
The Music of Michel Legrand
Marieann Meringolo Soars

Thursday, March 1st, 2012
by on Playing Around

As a girl, I saw an unknown Joni Mitchell sing at a tiny club in Greenwich Village. The experience was memorable. I watched for other

CONTINUE READING »

Dylan

Bob Dylan: The Asian Series at the Gagosian Gallery

Monday, September 26th, 2011
by on Playing Around

Bob Dylan, one of the reigning, and enduring, stars in my musical firmament, a true culture hero, is considered not only by me to be

CONTINUE READING »

siff_magictrip

Hey Hey the Magic Bus

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011
by on Playing Around

“When did the 60s begin? That might seem obvious…but really it was a very black and white world…” Thus begins Magic Trip: Ken Kesey’s Search

CONTINUE READING »

Find out why every womanwants to be a woman around town.

Sign up for our Free E-mails and receive news about upcoming events and promotions