Best Doughnuts in Brooklyn may be in Bedstuy
Fany Gerson is not new to the Doughnuts as she is one of the founders of Dough another Donut shop. After parting with the company, she opened up her own shop and Fan-Fan was born in Bedford Stuyvesant. 448 Lafayette Avenue, at the corner of Franklin Avenue
Left out in the cold: The Bronx has the highest heat complaints in NYC
With winter in full swing and recent brutal temperatures battering the city, many in The Bronx are feeling its impact more than others across the city. In fact, the situation is so extreme that The Bronx, to date, has registered more heat complaints than any other borough in New York City by a large margin.
Artist Turning Plastic Waste into ‘Earth Poetica’ Reflects Art's True Beauty
Beauty sculpted from a bag of trash.(Paul Domenick/Flickr) 'Earth Poetica,' a huge globe sculpted from plastic waste, is set to be exhibited in NYC. New York City — Years ago, a friend took me to an artist's studio. The barefooted painter, wearing paint-splotched jeans, extended for a handshake. "I'm Styles."
2021 Year In Review
Hey friends! It's been a while since we've last uploaded a video. We just wanted to show a quick recap of our year. Hope you enjoy and have a very happy new year!
New York City Held a Special Place in MLK's Heart
Dr. Martin Luther King's dream lives on . . .(Minnesota Historical Society/Wikimedia Commons) America's 'most liberal city' was special to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. New York City — Someone asked King for his definition of love. "Love is the greatest force in the universe," King answered. "It is the heartbeat of the moral cosmos. He who loves is a participant in the being of God."
How Many People Abandoned NYC Because of COVID?
The coronavirus pandemic affected many of us. Our health, the way of living, careers, financial situation - you name it. Life has changed in many aspects. I heard a lot of noise at the beginning of 2020 that people are fleeing from large cities due to being able to work remotely. If you reside in an ultra-expensive town, there is very little need to stay there unless you absolutely love it or have a good reason to stay, such as family and close friends. My goal is to leave my megacity in the next 12 months.
New York City First Snow 2022: Walking NYC's Private Gramercy Park
In this video, JamesandKarla and their rescue dog Hudson walk during the first now of 2022 around one of the only private parks in New York City, Gramercy Park. The gates to Gramercy Park, which have been locked since 1844, are accessible only to those who own a key.
Brand new apartments in Fordham, The Bronx starting at $615 a month for 2 bedroom units
Another affordable housing lottery has been launched in The Bronx, this time in the Fordham neighborhood of the borough. Cyrus Place Apartments, located at 4697 Third Avenue at Cyrus Place just south of E 188th Street, the 8-story development contains 53 units ranging from studios to three-bedroom units.
Mike Brassil NY Photography Tips
NYC - MidtownMike Brassil NY Photography. If you live in New York City, you know there are plenty of places where you can take beautiful pictures. However, to stage a professional photoshoot, you need to hire an experienced photographer. The process might be challenging, but you can evaluate your best option using the tips below.
Visiting Historic Pete's Tavern in Gramercy New York City
In this video, JamesandKarla visit the historic Pete's Tavern in the Gramercy neighborhood of New York City. Pete's Tavern was established in 1864 and is one of the oldest continually operating pubs in New York City.
New York City First Snow 2022: Walking Stuyvesant Square Park
In this video, JamesandKarla and their rescue dog Hudson walk through Stuyvesant Square Park in Manhattan during New York City's first snowfall of 2022.
WATCH: Beloved South Bronx Italian Restaurant Gets Featured on NBC
MELROSE—When it opened in the summer of 2017, Porto Salvo quickly became a neighborhood favorite and gathering place for both locals and those who work in the neighborhood. While the South Bronx had its share of Italian restaurants that have been around for decades, Porto Salvo quickly stood out with its menu not so much focusing on Italian American cuisine but on continental Italian food as you would have if you were in Italy.
NYC Apartment Tour ~ $3,850 Four Bedroom!
Tour this Morningside Height 4 bedroom for $3,850!
TINY $2,475 NYC Apartment Tour in the East Village!
Tour this one bedroom located in the east village for $2,475
Brand new apartments available in The Bronx with rents as low as $569 for two-bedroom units
Applications are now being accepted for 119 brand-new apartments located at 980 Westchester Avenue in the Foxhurst neighborhood of The Bronx. This is another affordable housing development where the units are actually affordable for local residents.
New York City | Central Park, Broadway Shows & Vegan Eats
Hey Ya'll! I wanted to share a recent trip to New York City! I love taking the train into the city when we are back in New Jersey. This time we spent a lot of time in Central Park, at Broadway Shows and of course eating at some amazing vegan spots in the city. I was shocked this trip because the city was pretty empty but it really made for an amazing trip!
Protestors Rally to 'Save Bodegas' from 15-Minute Grocery Delivery
Instant grocery delivery appears to be the wave of the future.(Louisa Hallett/Retailleader) Some New Yorkers fear grocery delivery apps pose a threat to bodegas. New York City — Once upon a time . . . the Empire State Building was billed as the Eighth Wonder of the World. People came from far and wide to glimpse NYC's record-breaking giant. Yet today, the Empire State Building no longer cracks NYC's "top 5" list of tallest skyscrapers.
Almost $1 million raised in less than 48 hours for families of Bronx blaze
When Salim Drammeh set out to raise funds for the Gambian Youth Organization for the victims of Sunday's deadly fire at Twin Parks North West in the Fordham area of The Bronx, he set out with a $200,000 goal.
$2,150 NYC Apartment Tour! 1 Bedroom + Office New York City Tour
Tour this one bedroom in the Upper West Side / Manhattan Valley
Despite Critics, Mayor Adams Says Letting Non-citizens Vote is ‘Best Choice’
Mayor Adams stresses the importance of championing voting rights.(PJPH/Wikimedia Commons) Mayor Adams shows support for NYC's controversial voting bill. New York City — Over the weekend, Mayor Adams gave legislation the green light to allow almost a million noncitizens the right to vote.