‘Just Opened NY Lauc...

justopenednewyork.com–a new web-magazine/blog page–launched today, providing readers a new and unique way of harboring the ‘all you need to know’ knowledge about what’s happening in New York City. While most web-magazines and blogs tend to cater to one specific area of content–with New York City being the center-stage focus, justopenednewyork.com provides in-depth coverage and analysis of all...

Spotlight.fm NYC-based mus...

Spotlight.fm merges the world of digital music and talent discovery by enabling artists to compete for opening slots at concerts through a viral online platform.   Spotlight.fm launches October 1st and will host an extensive library of artist profiles, in-depth media surrounding trending artists and events, embeddable content, and an abundance of competitive opportunities across the...

New York Hotels On a Budge...

With so much to see and do in New York the bill can easily reach scary heights. However there are ways to keep the costs down without missing out and invariably this involves rethinking your accommodation. By choosing a hotel slightly outside of the main tourist areas you can pick up some pretty good deals without losing out of the luxury. Districts such as Koreatown are close to central areas like Times...

New York Live Arts: Voices...

Last week New York Live Arts unveiled the second part of its new program “Voice of Strength: Contemporary Dance & Theatre by Women From Africa” in an evening which saw works created by the likes of Maria Helena Pinto and Bouchra Ouizguen performed to an audience of excited spectators and supporters. Hailing from Mozambique and Morocco, these two talented choreographers created works which both tell...

Free New York events this ...

Looking for something a little different to pass the time in New York this week but feeling the effects of over-zealous summer spending? We’ve selected a few of our favorite current events to get you out and about exploring the city for little or no money. Bronx Native American Festival This annual festival offers up the opportunity to embrace Native Ameican culture through a range of tailor-made events....

The Met opens new Warhol e...

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has recently launched a new exhibition aimed at exploring the impact Andy Warhol’s art has had on contemporary art today. The New York gallery opened its new show on Tuesday and is set to run right up until the 31st December this year. Featuring over 100 different works in a range of different media by a broad span of artists set against 45 original Warhol works, the...

Top New York restaurants

In a city which sees new restaurants, bars and cafés springing up in their dozens every day of the week it can be hard to weed out the wheat from the chaff. Whatever your preferred cuisine and whatever your dietary needs, be it meat-eater, vegetarian or vegan, there is always something new and exciting to discover in the New York culinary scene. So, with you in mind we’ve selected a couple of our...

Fall Food Events in New Yo...

As the summer months slowly draw to a close it’s time to find something other than sun-seeking to occupy our days. Thankfully there are several fall food events in New York City this 2012 season that do not depend on the weather! This whole range of food events in NYC are sure to keep you well and truly entertained. So, from sweet treats to wine tasting, we’ve selected a couple of our favorite fall...