Dirty French es otra joya de Nueva York- ubicado en el Ludlow Hotel, en mi opinion, uno de los hotels mas cool del bajo Manhattan.
El Hotel Ludlow es conocido por su ambiente bohemio y hipster. Dirty French tiene origen francés y tiene un cafe latte divino. La comida es super buena, nos encantaron los Blody Marys y ofrece un ambiente increíblemente acogedor. La decoración es una bella mezcla entre Creole y Marroqui. Definitivamente, uno de mis lugares favoritos!
Hoy, Viernes 27 de Enero del 2017, el Museo Whitney abre sus puertas a los neoyorquinos, turistas y amantes del arte a la nueva exhibición Fast Forward: Pintura de la década de 1980. Dicen que ofrecerá una experencia única, llena de obras modernas e intrépidas. Obras de Basquiat, Schnabel, y otros artistas que definieron una de las décadas más atractivas y artísticamente impresionantes de Nueva York. No te la pierdas la oportunidad de disfrutar este arte con tus amigos y familia!
Hola todas! Estoy sorteando unos tickets para ir a conocer al autor de libros infantiles Adam Shaughnessy.
Déjenme saber si alguna esta interesada.. •
Agenda New York is teaming with Adam Shaughnessy to support a fundraiser for The Museum of the City of New York’s Frederick A.O. Schwarz Education Center. Simply comment on this post or on Agenda New York ‘s Facebook page and you’ll be entered in a contest to be Adam’s special guest for the event!
PRIZE: You’ll receive tickets for two adults and two children as well as personalized copies of Adam’s first book, The Trickster’s Tale.
Winners will be announced on January 28th… Good luck!
On January 30th, children’s author Adam Shaughnessy (www.adamshaughnessy.com) will visit the Museum of the City of New York to present an evening of magic, mystery, and storytelling based on his Unbelievable FIB series of books. The evening is a fundraiser for The Museum of the City of New York’s Frederick A.O. Schwarz Education Center.
The center serves approximately 50,000 K-12 students and teachers each year, the majority from New York City’s under-resourced public schools. Through field trips, out-of-school time programs, and professional learning workshops, the Center effectively addresses the citywide problem of student underachievement in social studies and teaches children about the city’s rich history and their place in it.
Today we took Alejandro and his friend Mason to this fantastic exhibition at the American Museum of National History Although, we thought the exhibit might of been for older children [and they are only 4 years old] but quickly found out that this educates young and old about the microbes that live in and on each of us. By the time we got home Alejandro was able to tell me things like – What are these organisms? How do we get them? Where do they live? What do they do? How do they influence our health and behavior…
Explore the human microbiome and find out how rapidly evolving science is reshaping our ideas about human health.
Furthermore, we were able to learn that our bodies are home to approximately 100 trillion bacteria living inside us and on us—a vast community known as the microbiome. The Secret World Inside You exhibit allows you to explores the rapidly evolving science that is revealing the complexities of the human microbiome and reshaping our ideas about human health, offering new perspectives on common health problems including allergies, asthma, and obesity.
Triple date with my men ?????? at a ????? Ola Viva Bar was excellent!! We tried the Ceviche, Mofongo, Tortilla soup and the boys had the pork tacos & loved them. ( if you have picky eaters like mine, make sure to ask to put the Pico and lettuce on the side for them ). I had the Caipirinha cocktail and it was delish! The place is small but cozy and totally recommend it for date night or to have cocktail with friends!