Two years ago when I first moved to New York, Avenues A, B, C and D were talked about as if they were apart of the East Village. And I happily went along not knowing better.
Just when you’ve resigned yourself to spending a pile of cash on something you expect to spend a pretty penny on, Chinatown comes through for you again.
The 2015 Afropunk Festival has announced their official stage schedule and stage times for its two-day New York event at Brooklyn’s Commodore Barry Park.
The latest addition to David Chang’s New York Momofuku empire debuted in the East Village two months ago to the hype you’d expect.
There’s no lack of ramen joints in the East Village; with no fewer than fifteen restaurants that offer up the tasty Japanese noodle dish in the neighborhood.
After much discussion and community input (complaining, letter-sending and yelling), a plan has been agreed on for the approximately 80 new stations planned for the Upper East Side and Upper West Side of Manhattan.
There are seven ZARA locations in New York City; all of which are located in Manhattan.
With each new bank branch and fast franchise that opened on East 14th the last two years, the Kennedy Fried Chicken outpost felt more and more out of place in the East Village.
The nearest Citi Bike station to me is on East 10th and Avenue A, so I walk by the basketball courts at Tompkins Square Park all the time.
Are you a Golden State Warrior’s fan living in New York City and looking for a bar to watch your team with other Bay Area fans?
Anything can happen when a diverse set of people share common space as we do everyday in big cities across the country. A lot of these interactions happen on public transportation.
I am not sure what happened, but sometime between mid February and early March, Bourbon Coffee + Crust closed.
One thing that I was pleasantly surprised by when I moved to New York was the affordable food options in the city.
Scrolling through social media this morning, I was saddened to learn that David Carr had passed away at the age of 58.
Here’s another point for New York City in the “San Francisco vs. New York” debate. The Department of Motor Vehicles in New York is approximately 5x better than San Francisco’s.
Though Flushing (the city), Prosperity, Lam Zhou, Xi’an Famous Foods and Vanessa’s get a lot of the ink when it comes to cheap, tasty dumplings in New York City, I’d have to insert Shu Jiao Fu Zhou Cuisine Restaurant into the conversation.
Despite San Francisco being the second-densest city in the United States after New York – it always feels empty when compared to New York City.
For selfish reasons, I think there should be a TRAIN STATION at Avenue C or D, but I welcome the news that MTA is looking to extend the 1st Avenue entrance to the L train to Avenue A.
I rarely review a business unless I’ve used their service or been to their establishment at least twice, but in some situations where it’s a one-time thing or exceptional service, a review is merited from just one experience.
This is an article that I originally wrote for American FOBs. I corrected a mistake and made some slight edits to this version for clarity.
Living in New York for the last 15 months has also been the first time in my life without access to my own car.
It’s comforting when you get to a point where you can trust a service to consistently deliver (whether a haircut, laundry service, or fried yuca); it allows one to put energy into more important things in life.
Apparently, there are three IKEA shuttle stops in Brooklyn. In this post, we’re going to talk about locating the Borough Hall bus stop.
It’s hard to find unique and quality street style clothing without shelling out $100 at some boutique.