Coming to New York from October 11th through the 15th, the 2017 Woodstock Film Festival promises to be the best one yet! Having established itself as one of the absolute finest independent film festivals in the US, it is known for premiering outstanding films by both well-established and new filmmakers. The event also includes exciting A-list parties, concerts, and expert panels. Filmmakers, industry members, film lovers, and the media all rave about this popular event, but with over 120 screenings to choose from, it could be a bit overwhelming. So here are a few of our picks based on what we know so far.
Fall in New York brings with it an incredible number of fun things to do, see, and experience. Enjoying colors of the trees in Central Park, visiting a favorite coffee shop for a Pumpkin Spice beverage… anything and everything you like to do in fall is here in New York City. Take a look at some of our favorite autumn activities.
There’s no place quite like New York, but every once and awhile, even loyal urbanites could use an escape from the metropolitan chaos indigenous to the big city. Perhaps the best trip a New Yorker can take is one that reminds them that trees are in fact, not mythological structures and actually do exist. Luckily, only a few hours North of the five boroughs, the Hudson Valley offers nature-deprived New Yorkers a scenic getaway featuring rolling hills, scenic views and outdoor adventures—specifically hiking. While you might be thinking that dodging potholes amidst the face-paced and unrelenting hustle in Manhattan is adventuresome enough, it’s time to take your skills to the hills. Get your dose of mother-nature at one of these five hiking destinations in the Hudson Valley.
Summer is over and It’s officially fall. The weather is crisp yet comfortable, colorful foliage begins to peak, and the holidays are on the horizon. Along with the beauty that the seasonal change yields, trees not far from the city will be producing one of autumn’s most fawned-over bounties– apples! Apple picking is upon us and will continue into mid-November, so get ‘em while they’re ripe! Here are the ten best apple picking destinations near ‘the Big Apple.’
As Fashion Week 2017 makes its way to New York City, fashionistas from across the globe rendezvous in ‘the city that never sleeps’ to scope out the industry’s newest collections and latest trends. Reigning as one of the largest fashion capitals in the world, New York City serves as a muse for both runway couture and chic street style. While New York Fashion Week may seem like an exclusive affair open only to fashion’s most iconic, there are ways the public can experience all of the glitz and glam without a front row seat invitation! That’s right, you don’t need to be a fashion mogul to partake in all of the action. We’ve curated a list of open-to-the-public NYFW 2017 events
You can hardly throw a penny without hitting a vendor on the streets of NYC. Food trucks are as much a part of New York City as are incredible landmarks like the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. That being said, it’s time to celebrate these hard-working folk with the 13th annual Vendy Awards! Don’t know what they are? Here are the basics.
If you’ve never visited the NYC zoo, then you are long overdue to discover this incredible, intimate animal experience. Situated in the center of scenic Central Park in downtown Manhattan, the zoo offers a number of surprising attractions with a focus on quality over quantity. The world-famous Tisch Children’s Zoo features petable creatures from potbellied pigs to friendly sheep and hungry goats, while The Rainforest exhibit showcases ruffed lemurs, poison dart frogs, and emerald tree boas. Here are five more of our favorite Central Park Zoo exhibits.
New York City is famed for so many things, and Broadway shows are definitely high on the list for a reason. Spectacular sets, impressive stars, and musicals scores that often become top-sellers on their own all serve together to create an unforgettable experience. Here are some of the must-see musicals to book in NYC for 2017.