Wonder what’s going on this holiday season? Everything from tree lightings to holiday markets are in store for visitors and residents.
New York City heralded World AIDS Day 2011 with film screenings, art exhibitions and group discussions. Supporters of HIV/AIDS awareness and education are seeking new and novel ways to promote their cause.
The Garment District The Garment District spans the west side of Midtown Manhattan from Ninth Avenue to Fifth Avenue, from 34th Street to 40th Street. It is less than one square mile in area—but is key to the manufacturing history of New York City. The first purpose of the city’s garment industry was the production […]
So, where are you going to eat on Black Friday? It’s not just clothing stores that plan to gear up for the big day. Restaurants and food stands also prepare for the rush of shoppers.
The Emerging Artists Theatre Company has been trying to lease a space on 45th St. since last February. But first, it must change the building’s decades-old certificate of occupancy.
Transportation Alternatives has compiled a color-coded list of the most dangerous Community Board districts for pedestrians. Community District Five topped the list with 8,604 accidents during a 15-year period and a “code red” designation.
This month, Teen Vogue gave 500 students the opportunity to ask Jason Wu, Betsey Johnson, Michael Kors and other top tier designers about the industry and their work.
Midtown Manhattan on Saturday was beginning to look a lot like Christmas. An unwelcome sight, perhaps, given the proximity of the snowstorm to Halloween. Slush accumulated in city gutters and visible white tufts clung to car tops and treetops throughout the afternoon, prompting such nicknames as Snowtober and Trick or Sleet. The Weather Channel […]
The debate over the future of print media continues, even as “print is dead” becomes a modern-day cliché. But the future of fashion magazines may not be so bleak, according to industry professionals and the optimistic owners of a local magazine retail business.
A series of short films featuring sustainable fashion collections premiered on a big screen – 30 feet wide, in fact – during Fashion Week.