Mary Kay wants to give women ages 18-34 a chance at a career in film while simultaneously opening the door on domestic violence and abuse.
Ahh, the magnificence that is South Street Seaport: cobblestone walkways and restaurants with more than half a sidewalk of outdoor seating…it’s luxurious.
Among the physical and emotional tolls that cancer and cancer treatment take on patients, the one that’s hardest to quantify is the hit a patient takes to her self-esteem.
If you think your father’s had more than his fair share of ties, mugs, t-shirts and baseball caps, perhaps it’s time to treat him to a gift that can’t be wrapped.
It’s yet another pre-summer (though the temps are already in the dog days!) weekend in the city, full of things to do. Here’s a small sampling of a variety of different events.
Just Say Cheese: Celebrate National Dairy Month with Calabro Cheeses and Great Summer Recipes
Grated, cubed, crumbled, sliced, shredded or shaved – however you serve it, I have always loved cheese.
From June 6th to June 30th, New York, Brooklyn, Queens and the Hamptons will experience a taste of France with the Sud de France Festival.
The next festival to continue our miniseries on free and inexpensive summer film festivals in NYC is what many consider to be the granddaddy of the them all: The HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival.
At-home strips slip and slide all over your teeth. In-office treatments can nearly break the bank, not to mention the shocking pain that often comes with them.