What’s up New York,
Happy hump day, today will be chilly so bundle up! 🥶️
In regards to cold weather, it looks like we’ll be dining in heat bubbles on NYC streets this winter. ❄️🍔
Squeeze in these last-minute summer activities before low temperatures settle in for the season. 🕶🌇
Long term quarantining meant getting creative for this homeowner that turned a living space into a karaoke club. 🎼🎤
Spend a day on a farm, this NYC getaway is a perfect day trip. 🐮🤠
An astonishing 90% of NYC restaurants couldn’t afford rent this August. 💵🍴
Use your copy of, "Art Hiding in New York: An Illustrated Guide to the City’s Secret Masterpieces” to find hidden art in NYC. 🎭🎨
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The principles of true art is not to portray but to evoke. -- Jerzy Kosinski
The Queens County Farm Museum is spectacular for fall festivities if you’re in the mood. If you’re looking for apples, pumpkins, and other fresh produce venture to the farm on your free time to check out the harvest.
Otherwise, this is still a great opportunity to see a side of Queens that many don’t, full of crisp open-air, crops, historical buildings, and open pastures complete with grazing animals. Read More.
According to Food & Wine, 90% of NYC restaurants didn’t have the proper financial means to pay their rent in August. With indoor dining set to return, New Yorkers are hoping restaurants will experience income they haven’t since the months before COVID-19 shutdowns.
Learn more about the projected financial circumstances of NYC’s restaurants after reopening and what foodies should expect. Read More.
Art Hiding in New York: An Illustrated Guide to the City’s Secret Masterpieces is your latest guide to the city. Discover hard to located public art and historically rich architecture that you’d otherwise overlook thanks to Lori Zimmer’s guide.
Plan a solo art scavenger hunt or invite some pals to tag along. Read More.