New York City

Luxury in NYC with James Corbett

James Corbett himself hanging at his color bar. Beauty magazines call him ‘the Secret Weapon’ HEALTHY HAIR WHEN IN NYC It’s no secret that my hair is a mess. It’s always been unruly and crazy big. All modeling agencies have asked me to cut it, without success. But since a bad ‘bleach situation’ done to my hair over a year ago where I lost two thirds of my mane I was humbled by the universe so to speak.

Interview with the programming team at Nitehawk Cinema - NYC

  1. Tell me your name, function at Nitehawk and how long you’ve been there: Caryn Coleman, Senior Film Programer/Communications: I’ve been part of the Nitehawk team since fall 2011. John Woods, Director of Programming and Acquisitions: I’ve been on board since the conceptual stages in January 2010. Max Cavanaugh, Technical Director / Film Programmer: I’ve been part of the Nitehawk team since February 2012.
  2. How do you decide on which films to screen at Nitehawk?

Jamie Hince @ The Morrison Hotel Gallery - NYC

On Tuesday, June 10th 2014 Morrison Hotel Gallery and animal charity Rational Animal present ECHO HOME premiered the photography exhibition of The Kills’ guitarist Jamie Hince at the Morrison Hotel Gallery in Soho, NYC. English guitarist, singer, and songwriter Jamie Hince is a trendsetting musician with a signature sensibility that encompasses grit, humor, and sultry expressiveness. As a musician, he’s worked with cult acts such as Fiji, Scarfo, and Blyth Power, but he’s best known for his mesmerizing and sensual indie rock with The Kills, which he co-founded with singer, songwriter, guitarist, vocalist and fashion icon Alison Mosshart in 2000.

Alexandra Janelli - Theta Springs Hypnosis - NYC

I’ve generally been somewhat of a melancholic and anxious person, since my early twenties but the last two years have been particularly stressful for me. Although I had seen different therapists over the years, and it did always feel good to walk out of a doctor’s office having gotten everything I was feeling off my chest, I often felt that progress was slow. I learned that with hypnotherapy depending on what you need help with, the positive effects can be seen more quickly after only the first few sessions.

Coco - Brooklyn

Coco is a new Brooklyn bistro located in Greenpoint. The restaurant is the latest venture of Michael Callahan - whose resumé already boasts several successful Manhattan restaurants, namely Indochine, Bond St, Republic, and Kittichai. Former chef de cuisine Fat Radish, Joe Capozzi, leads the kitchen and its’ menu which puts focus on local, American food. The restaurant also features a bar and late night with delicious smaller bites. Interview with Joe Capozzi of Coco:

3rd Annual Food Book Fair - Brooklyn

Each spring, the Food Book Fair brings together food enthusiasts, publishers, book collectors, chefs, artists, activists, scholars, and writers to explore the latest in food innovation and conversation at the fair. For more information and tickets for this year’s fair, please visit . For $225 you can purchase an “all access insider pass”, which gives you access to all of three days of events, the ability to fast track in line and get priority seating as well as an invite to an intimate Food Book Salon gathering.

Wallpaper by Arid Orozco

Tatiana Pagés, CEO/Chief Creative Officer of Greencard Creative, and Curator is excited to present “Wallpaper,” Arid Orozco’s first exhibit in New York City, on Monday, April 21, 2014. Orozco is a contemporary Latin American artist who has a passion for color and culture. The exhibition will take place at El Aripo Café, 172 Delancey Street, from 6-11pm. An array of mouthwatering cocktails will be served by Moscow 57, an eclectic restaurant located in downtown Manhattan.

Primp & Polish - Williamsburg

As soon as you walk into Primp and Polish, you know that you’re not walking into a typical nail salon. Things can only get better with each step through the doors and into the back garden to escape the madness of Williamsburg’s Bedford avenue. I was greeted by the spa manager and led to the quiet coat check room which also doubles as the massage therapy room. The salon has a wide variety of choices from various nail brands including Essie, OPI, and for a few extra dollars you can have Chanel or Dior polish.

Brooklyn Night Bazaar - NYC

One of the greatest things about the Brooklyn Night Bazaar is just how much there is to do. The event, which takes place every Friday and Saturday night from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. at 165 Banker St. in Williamsburg — a block north of McCarren Park — is an amalgam of night market, concert venue, video arcade, bar/restaurant, and club. Though it packs in as many as 5,000 people a night in its huge warehouse space, what’s really overwhelming is deciding what to do first.

ANALOGIA Installation at Bryant Park - NYC

Analogia is a 60 foot free standing structure of two towers, measuring 15’ x 15’ each, surrounding a ziggurat (pyramid) frame comprised of 1.5 miles of bamboo with 32,000 pounds of steel. The structure will hold 7 layers of 14 fresco paintings by New York native artist Ben Tritt on 600 yards of burlap with 200 gallons of enamel and tar of images inspired by western and non-western sculptures from The Metropolitan Museum of Art Collection.