Pigeon Logic

-By Robert Shapiro The other day, I watched a fledgling pigeon being fed for one of the last times by its mother before it could fully fly and feed on its own. This pigeon has no choice but to try to […]

Edward Hopper’s Life on Washington Square

-By Melinda Laing Like many New Yorkers, Edward Hopper  hunted for the perfect apartment, and when he found it, he never left. One can imagine the real estate listing (updated for today’s reader): “north-facing skylight, charming kitchenette, steps from Washington Square Park, location, location, location.” Hopper’s modest top-floor studio at 3 Washington Square […]

Ramen Misoya

-By Hannah Reimann Exciting Japanese Noodle Shop West Village. 535 Hudson Street Enter on Charles St., speakeasy-style underground Now open for both lunch and dinner. […]

Moustache Restaurant

Coming Soon This photo was taken inside Moustache sometime in the restaurant’s 32-year tenure at its Bedford Street location.  Moustache will move to 29 Seventh Avenue […]

Covid’s Back But We’re Ready

-By Alec Pruchnicki, MD Although the worst of the Covid pandemic is over, during the last few months there has been an increase in what would normally be the winter flu season. During this period roughly 500 deaths a day with Covid as the cause or contributing factor were reported. That’s on a national level. What’s happening on a more grass-roots level? The Vista on assisted living facility, where I have had my medical practice for almost 20 […]

Kelly Chronicles

-By Kelly Gallagher I was at the end of my rope. As a cancer thriver who had outlived Stage 4 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma cancer, five times, survived 48 radiation treatments, 14 months of chemotherapy, a bone marrow transplant, 120 blood transfusions, numerous chronic illnesses along the way, and is currently powered by a Medtronic’sPacemaker, a prosthetic heart valve, and a variety of energy and wellness protocols like theRasha.com, I was now ready to mentally […]