February 09 2018

Stars, Hide Your Fires

For most of us, the word theater probably conjures up images of a rapt audience sitting securely in their seats as the action of the play proceeds on a proscenium stage, with little to no cross-over between audience and actors. But in the breathtaking Sleep No More, a site-specific, interactive production that has garnered near universal praise from critics and spectators, you are swept up into the action as you roam at will through the five-story McKittrick Hotel, each room … Read More

January 10 2018

The Cutting-Edge of Gaming

With its recent release of the wildly successful Nintendo Switch console (not to mention the re-release of the original 80s NES and 90s SNES as “minis”), Nintendo continues to race along the cutting-edge of the gaming industry. If you’ve come to New York with kids in tow, or if you’re one of the millions of lucky adults who are themselves just kids-at-heart, then the Nintendo NY store is the perfect place to spend an afternoon reminiscing, browsing, and playing. Hailed … Read More

December 11 2017

The New York City Ballet Presents The Nutcracker

Most ballet enthusiasts would probably agree that if you can see only one ballet during your lifetime, it should be a Tchaikovsky ballet. And if you happen to be in New York during the month of December, the choice is clear: The New York City Ballet’s rendition of the Russian maestro’s The Nutcracker is a performance you must not miss. From the mischievous “Dance of the Sugar Plumb Fairies,” to the sultry “Arabian Dance,” to the galloping “Russian Dance,” to … Read More