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Taking its name from the majestic, weeping tree that canopies the boathouse at nearby Prospect Park, Camperdown Elm aims to be one with the elements. Making good on its wood theme, the restaurant resident of Thistle Hill Tavern’s former corner space has run riot with salvaged materials—including a bar top fashioned from thick-cut yellow pine (via an old Williamsburg bakery), complimented by shelves made from beams from a New Jersey factory, butcher block table tops,...
There's a chance that you're reading this, and you don't yet know the name ROSTAM. If that's the case, then...what's wrong with you? You really should know this guy by now. As a matter of fact, even if you don't, I'm willing to bet you've heard his music before. But I digress. Because, regardless, if you don't know ROSTAM's name yet, you're going to know it—and you're going to love to hear it—very soon. As one of...
Ever wondered how you could support ethical, sustainable businesses? Welcome to a new regular series highlighting products, services and organizations that are ‘doing well by doing good’. Soma, a certified B Corp , makes beautiful water filters, carafes and pitchers. They believe everyone deserves clean drinking water, and  actively support organizations like charity: water who are working to solve the global water crisis. Every filter sold helps in those efforts. We spoke to ‘Chief Hydration...
The reception area at Lift Next Level Floats feels like that of a regular spa, with stacks of fluffy towels, complimentary chamomile tea, and Enya playing in the background. But instead of massage tables, the back rooms house five sensory deprivation pods, giant futuristic clamshells filled with water and 1,000 pounds of Epsom salt. Opened in June by two longtime “floaters,” David Leventhal and Gina Antioco, Lift Floats is the biggest sensory deprivation center on...