One man challenges himself to write one skit per week for a year. Reserved front row seats via Untapped!
A behind-the-scenes look at the social media campaign of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
A couple days before New Years, I went to say my goodbye to the Barnes & Noble at Lincoln Center. I savored my last drink from the cafÃ© and embarked on my photo mission to document what would soon be lost to a discount retailer.
High above the cacophonic streets of New York, 25 lucky people get to see an intimate performance of world-class musicians while drinking bottles of Vueve Clicquot to the backdrop of Lincoln Center.
After the overwhelming popularity of Untapped's preview about the new restaurant at Lincoln Center, we were pretty excited to check out the restaurant for my birthday. The review in one word (or three): hit-or-miss. But the place is beautiful.
The hype may swarm around the tents at Fashion Week, but an equal number of designers actually showcased outside the official venue this year. We shadowed designer Janet Kim of Graey during the preparations for her Spring/Summer 2011 show and got to ask a few questions.
One of the few original details remaining in the 66th Street Lincoln Center subway stop are the plaster rosettes and molding on the ceiling. The station was constructed in 1904 and renovated in 2004, when vintage looking tiles were added to the walls. Despite the recent renovation, water damage has caused much of the plaster detailing to deteriorate.
Lincoln Restaurant does not open officially until September 24th, but things are happening. On September 10th, Heart Magazine had an event there. Tonight, while most were crowded around the star-studded red carpet for Tommy Hilfiger's 25th Anniversary Show, I eschewed the masses and checked out the restaurant.
Photos from the new topsy-turvy Lincoln Center lawn!
Amsterdam Avenue and 67th street: On a dilapidated lot nestled between new and old luxury towers stands one of the last vestiges of what the Lincoln Center area once was in the 1980s and 1990s. Already clad in scaffolding, it is only a matter of time before this structure is converted.