Los esperamos este sábado para el programa de Hablemos:
La fotografía de Larry Silver New York City 1949 – 1955
sábado 19 de noviembre
2 – 4 pm
El fotógrafo nacido en el Bronx explora la transformación de la ciudad de Nueva York durante esto años después de la segunda guerra mundial. La fotografía es una de las mejores maneras de entender el paso del tiempo y los cambios que suceden en nuestra historia tanto mundial como personal. En el taller las familias trabajaran con copias de las fotografías y las transformaremos para contar nuestras historia de una forma visual.
Stressed post-election New Yorkers vent on subway notes…
“The sun will still come up and America is still the greatest nation on the Earth.”
– President B. Obama
Matthew Chavez (Levee), a 28 year old, Brooklynite started a movement to help New Yorkers struggling with post-election stress find an outlet for the blues — by pouring their political souls onto sticky notes that fill walls of a Manhattan subway station.
I decided to partner up with Dayana because she is a phenomenal coach that has helped hundreds of people through different transitions in their personal and professional lives.
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Since we moved to Manhattan we learned that for decades, 78th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues has been the go-to block for Upper East Side trick-or-treating and that what we have been doing for the past 2 years and it has been blast! Happy Halloween everyone!
Zagat Tiny Cafe serves up mini foods cooked on teeny stoves…
The Astor Place pop-up, open from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, will feature a selection of local cuisines presented in less-than-bite-sized samples. The cafe is opening to celebrate Zagat’s “2017 New York City Restaurants Guide,” which ranks the top restaurants around the city, and the tiny bites pay homage to Zagat’s short reviews.
At Tiny Cafe we saw “crazy good” tiny versions of some of NYC’s “hottest” dishes. We got previews of Emily’s “smash hit” burger and “out-of-this-world” Luca pizza, the “outrageously good” adobado taco and Jacques Torres’ “famously delish” chocolate chip cookie; the “buzzy” pop-up is open for just three days, so “hit it before it’s gone.”
Foodies lined up for Zagat’s Tiny Cafe serving up miniature versions of some of NYC’s most popular restaurants. Catch a glimpse of the tiny bites for FREE before you head down to the corner of Astor Place and Cooper Square to taste the dishes for yourself. It was a super fun experience! Don’t miss out!
Today is the annual edition of Global Citizen Festival at Central Park. Amazing artists such as Coldplay, Rihanna, Usher & more will all be there. The park will be packed today!!!
(photo credit : @alexandani )
Para los amantes de la musica y los festivales, hoy es el gran evento Global Citizen Festival. Bandas como Coldaplay, Usher, Rihanna y más tocarán en Central Park. El parque va a estar repleto de gente!