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Lincoln Center’s iconic Mostly Mozart Festival has been re-imagined for our times. This year’s summer festival, which runs August 10 – August 16 is presented virtually in partnership with WQXR. The multi-media festival explores the meaning of Mozart’s work and how it continues to speak to and influence generations of diverse listeners and performers. Below are just a few highlights […]

August 7, 2020 / by Keith Gordon

Advantages of an Office Space Become Clear

The advantages of an office space are becoming clearer as many businesses have been operating remotely for months.  Employers and employees have surprised themselves with their ability to adapt to working from home. However, many businesses are beginning to see the downside of not working together in an office space. Why Is Office Space Important As work-from-home has become an […]

Outdoor dining innovation

Every industry is working to find safe ways to conduct business during this phase of the pandemic. The restaurant industry is looking at how to safely, efficiently, and economically offer variations on outdoor dining without sacrificing elements of gracious hospitality. One such outdoor dining innovation is DineOut NYC. As the summer began, The New York Hospitality Alliance, a non-profit founded […]

New York City has been lacking in its usual charm lately, because its streets are no longer full of the same bustling chaotic energy that we know and love.  One way we can still connect to the spirit of the city during quarantine is through the music that evokes New York’s indomitable spirit. Featured in hundreds of songs, this electric […]

Getting sleep in stressful times may be more difficult. But when stress is higher, it is even more important for our physical and mental wellbeing to make sure we are getting sufficient sleep. Experts recommend getting 7 hours or more of sleep per night, sometimes more depending on age and specific circumstances. However, according to the CDC, over 1/3 of […]

It’s always a thrill to sit down in a piazza in Rome or on a narrow street in Paris and enjoy dinner al fresco.  We aren’t able to go to Europe right now, but NoMad’s restaurants are bringing Europe to us — with a whole new dining experience for New Yorkers. When New York entered Phase 2, this allowed for […]

Architect Morris Adjmi is helping to further define New York’s skyline, in particular in NoMad. Known for tasteful, uniquely appropriate structures that fit into the fabric and architectural vocabulary of New York’s distinct neighborhoods, Adjmi brings his philosophy and talent to NoMad at 30 East 31st Street. Adjmi’s aim is to create buildings that are simultaneously contextual and contemporary. This […]

NYU Langone recently announced the opening of a new satellite location in NoMad. The NYU Langone Fertility Center NoMad is located north of Madison Square Park at 109 West 27th Street (between Sixth Avenue and Seventh Avenue). This is an exciting addition to the area, as neighborhood denizens watch NoMad becoming a new center of health expertise in New York […]

Looking for a perfect socially distanced outing?  Take a very manageable walking tour of NoMad and other neighborhoods along Broadway. Now, there’s a new book, William J. Hennessey’s, “Walking Broadway: Thirteen Miles of Architecture and History,” that surveys Broadway architectural landmarks and provides insights into the historic, social, economic, and political forces that shaped one of the nation’s most famous […]

Summer has officially arrived, and nothing feels more like summer in The Big Apple than dining al fresco. New York City has entered Phase 3 of reopening and restaurants taking to the streets in NoMad. Eateries and bars are now officially open for sit-down business under new reopening regulations. New Yorkers are celebrating their renewed ability to eat and drink […]