With total Halloween spending expected to reach $8.4 billion this year — $1.5 billion more than in 2015 — the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its 2016’s Best Cities for Halloween report along with fun and interesting facts about the holiday in its Halloween By The Numbers infographic. To help Americans prepare for the spookiest…
Hailing from the Big Apple, budding singer songwriter, Whitney Woerz, is on the fast track to superstardom.
This November, MvVO Art is proud to present the Accessible Art Fair New York, after ten successful years in Brussels, Belgium.
“Shining Sea,” by Anne Korkeakivi (Little, Brown and Company, pp 282, $ 26.00)
Sophomore novels have the reputation to be always the hardest one to produce, especially if the breaking-out novel was a success or generated buzzing reviews.
Clueless about her future career, Danielle Pearl majored in international relations and politics at Boston University.
The International Film Festival of Manhattan Celebrates Philippine Cinema By Rory Winston Although, lately, the vast majority of I-told-you-so’s have been usurped by politics, exploited by pundits, and justifiably ascribed to those whose proclivity for pessimism has found its match in the run-up to the general elections, there are still a few self-congratulatory moments…
Shooting to fame in a flash, Violett Beane is best known for her role as Jesse Quick in The CW series “The Flash.”
New York does the Holidays and Christmas arguably better than any other destination, and much of it is rooted in decades of tradition. And it’s magical. But it also begs the question: “What’s new and exciting?”
Specially designed Paper Tablet, smart pen, and app work in tandem to instantly digitize notes and sketches as they are made on paper Unveiling a new way to work, create and study, Moleskine today launches a specially designed notebook, pen, and app that work in tandem to instantly digitize notes and sketches made on paper,…
If you plan to travel, I have a few tips to help you create photos and not just “snapshots.”