8 Unusual Places To Relax in NYC

Don't feel like reading? No problem! Press play and I'll read this post to you! NYC prides itself on having no chill. It’s the city that never sleeps. The New York minute happens at the speed of light, right? If that’s true, someone should let the MTA know. Despite the city’s reputation, there are several…

Badass NYC Women and Where to Honor Them

Don't feel like reading? No problem! Press play and I'll read this post to you! Right off the bat, let me say that this is NOT a complete list of badass NYC women. If you want to dive deeply into the history of women who have contributed notably to New York City, I recommend cracking…

Socrates Sculpture Park: The Art Lover’s Eden

Don't feel like reading? No problem! Press play and I'll read this post to you. If you’ve ever been torn between wanting to spend time at an art museum but not wanting to miss out on a gorgeous sunny day, this Queens park might be the answer to your dilemma. Socrates Sculpture Park brings artwork…

If You Love Beautiful Houses, Visit These NYC Neighborhoods

Don't feel like reading? Press play and I'll read it to you! I love looking at other people’s houses, and if the success of HGTV means anything, I know that I’m not the only one with this voyeuristic pastime. So for the people who like to mentally fawn over the landscaping of someone’s lawn or…

The Weirdest Buildings in Midtown Manhattan You Have to See For Yourself

Don't feel like reading right now? Press play and I'll read this post to you! Last week we admired (or made fun of) Lower Manhattan's weirdest buildings. Now we're heading uptown to see the weirdest buildings Midtown has to offer! Vessel Does the Vessel even count as a building? It looks more like a copper-colored…

The Weirdest Buildings of Lower Manhattan That You Need to See

Don't feel like reading? Press play and I'll read this post to you! Welcome to Manhattan, or as Kurt Vonnegut calls it, "Skyscraper National Park." He has a point: Manhattan is home to thousands of high-rise buildings in all shapes and sizes. Despite the island's relatively small land mass, it seems like architects flock here…

How to Have a French-Inspired Day in NYC

Whether you're celebrating Bastille Day or you’re just in a Paris state of mind, here are a few things you can do to have a French-inspired day in NYC. Savor a cronut. Sure, there are countless French bakeries you could start your day from. But no food embodies today's theme of Franco-New York fusion more…

How to Have a Hamilton-Inspired NYC Trip

Don't feel like reading? Press play and I'll read this post to you! Are you a Hamilfan, a U.S. history nerd, or perhaps both (like me 😁)? You’ve probably already listened to the musical’s soundtrack dozens of times, read Ron Chernow’s book cover to cover, and have been streaming the Hamilton movie nonstop since its…

Which NYC Beach is Best for You? Let’s Find Out!

Don't feel like reading? Press play and I'll read this post to you! You name an ecosystem and NYC has is: forests, marshlands, and of course, beaches! In NYC, there are at least 14 miles of public beaches spread across the five boroughs. Today, let’s pit them against each other and find out which NYC…

Read This Before You Cross the Brooklyn Bridge

Don't feel like reading? Press play and I'll read this post to you! Yeah, anyone can cross the Brooklyn Bridge, but I’m guessing you’re here because you want something more than a quick stroll over some random landmark. You’re here because you like being an informed explorer. You want to go beyond the superficial experiences…