Last weekend, the newest round of the 29Rooms exhibition from Refinery29 opened in Brooklyn. The 29Rooms exhibition is described as an “immersive festival of culture and creativity where artists, visionaries, and partners bring ideas to life through interactive installations, performances, and activities rooted in storytelling and self-expression.” But, truthfully: it’s just an Instagram thing. The experience …
My first time at NYC Pride and it was a whirlwind of activity with LGBTQ pride events for a full week, and plenty of parties, concerts, and new friends
Theater review of a long-running, off-Broadway play – AFTERGLOW
One month living in Brooklyn – the ridiculous things I’ve learned: finding an apartment, budgeting the cost of living, sex and dating (and hookups), making friends, finding things to do and just generally exploring NYC’s most hipster neighborhoods
I recently announced that I’m leaving Berlin and moving to NYC after six plus years living in Europe. Yes, it’s a bit crazy. Yes, it may seem like the *wrong* time to make a change like this. Yes, it’s a BIG change. But it’s my choice and here’s why…
A budget travel guide to one of the world’s best cities – some of the best cheap and free things to do in New York City!
Photos of autumn in NYC’s Central Park – the largest and most open green space in Manhattan – a beautiful spot during the autumn months
Photos from a sunny autumn day at the High Line elevated railway park in NYC, a place of special significance with gay history and a new LGBTQ photobook
The number of books set in New York makes the city instantly recognizable to many readers, even if they’ve never set foot anywhere near Times Square.
The NYC subway is one of many symbols that stereotypically represents New York City. With the iconic logo and typeface, it’s certainly one of the most important things to see in New York City. Which is good, because it’s also quite useful for getting around (often quicker than a taxi)! Any visit to NYC should …