A line of several dozen people form beneath the All Souls Episcopal Church each Wednesday evening in Central Harlem. Though the group varies in ethnicity, age, gender and stature, their faces wear the same fragile expression. Many of them have been homeless for years, some have been formerly incarcerated, and most of them struggle to […]
Have you ever wanted to do yoga and drink beer at the same time? Since September, the Bronx Brewery has been offering people the opportunity to do both on a monthly basis.
Men and women in lab coats and hairnets walk across the lobby of a former brewery nestled within East Williamsburg, through a wall of plastic strip curtains and into a chilled room. The brick building in Brooklyn that houses the cold chamber is not a new conceptual art experience, pharmaceutical lab, or trendy coffee […]
Residents of the Empire State will be able to get their first drink on Sundays two hours earlier.
At a festival featuring the heat-provoking condiments, vendors show off their wares.
Amidst murmurs of conversation, ice rattling in shakers and people gathered around drink stations, a half dozen lady bartenders mixed drinks at Proof+Gauge, a tasting room and cocktail bar in Long Island City on Monday. The six women competed to be the Queen Bee at the third annual Queen Bee Cocktail Classic. The event highlights […]
Every year, the Vendy Awards recognize the city’s food vendors with the tastiest food. NYCity Lens talked to some of them a week later.
More green in the agricultural technology means more greens for New York.
A Kentucky native brings his love for whiskey to New York.
“Holy Moses it’s cold out there!” said John Miniaci, the owner of Johnny’s Pizzeria, rubbing his hands and hurrying back into his warm shop as the sun set on Sunset Park and 15-mile winds raced down 5th Avenue. On the sidewalk outside of Johnny’s on this frigid Wednesday was a film crew, four puppies, a […]
New owners keep an 85-year old Forest Hills sweet shop open, saving a neighborhood fixture.
Competition from above and below is challenging New York City’s small pizza shops
At 90, Lexington Candy is where time stands still