Sep 7, 2023
Feeling a little bored with your usual happy hour spot? It’s time to shake up your cocktails and venture somewhere new. Step into Bar Meridian and you’ll quickly sense the difference. It’s not just your ordinary bar; it’s a comforting blend of welcoming service, corner-bar camaraderie, and culinary delights that take you beyond the usual….
Jun 22, 2023
It’s Monday morning, and the sound of the alarm is the most jarring noise you’ve heard all week. You begrudgingly pull yourself out of bed, shuffle to the kitchen, and start brewing some coffee. But wait, what’s that? You catch a glimpse of the sunlight streaming through the window, and suddenly you’re struck with an…
Jun 7, 2023
You’re tired. Your kids are tired. In short, the entire family needs a fresh start in the world of relaxation and fun. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and discover the tranquility of Woodstock Hideaway. Tucked away in a secluded spot but just a short walk from the vibrant village of Woodstock, this…
Mar 8, 2023
It’s no secret that elevated touches and luxe amenities make apartment hunting much more appealing. While stone countertops, light-filled spaces, and in-unit laundry are prime markers of modern living, there’s another building in town that dishes out all that and more. Say hello there to 595 Dean St, a building that offers something for everyone…
Oct 24, 2022
New York in the fall is a thing of bliss: Burnt orange and burnt toffee colored foliage and a crisp fragrance mingles in the air. But there’s a few things not to enjoy about the autumn season. For starters, unpredictable weather in the form of gray skies and a sudden onslaught of rain. That kind…
Community & Commerce|
Feb 26, 2018
Editor’s Note: When we partnered with American real estate company Douglas Elliman to present Brooklyn’s 20 Best Blocks, we wanted to make sure that this came from a sincere place—so we connected with Brooklyn’s own The Sunday Photographer a.k.a Matthew DeFrenza to take us on a journey throughout the borough to show us his favorite blocks. Douglas Elliman is New York…
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