Have Some Class!

From tango dancing to juicing, learn something new on your next vacay. Read More »

Infiniti & Beyond

Infiniti changes the game with the 2014 Q50. Read More »

Sweet and Lowdown

Fresh corn polenta with basil pesto and a poached egg

Sweet and Lowdown

by Gael Greene | Photo: Evan Sung | Manhattan magazine | August 29, 2013

It’s Wolverine Night at Louro in the Village. I’m hoping to find Hugh Jackman on the half shell. Every Monday night is “Nossa Mesa Supper Club” at this plain-Jane little Village joint that used to be Bar Blanc and, later, Lowcountry. Mondays mean BYO wine and beer and many courses for $65 in the spirit of Um Segredo, the popular supper club chef-owner David Santos used to host in his Roosevelt Island apartment. Grape nuts with serious cellars can drink great bottles without paying corkage fees, and the rest of us can drink retail from a brown paper bag.

You Are What You Wear

Weill Cornell psychiatrist and founder of the Positive Prescription blog Dr. Samantha Boardman reports on the impact clothing can have on your outlook. Read More »

Modern Weaponry

Entrepreneur Peter Thum has found an innovative way to help get weapons off the street. By joining forces with world-class jewelry designers, he and his company, Liberty United, are turning recollected guns and bullets into dazzling pieces of jewelry, while helping keep our streets safe, one... Read More »

20 Questions With… Meghan McCain

Expect to see a lot more of author, pundit and outspoken media personality Meghan McCain, who also happens to be the daughter of GOP Senator John McCain. This month, her Pivot TV docu-talk series Raising McCain, in which she’ll tour the country discussing issues important to 20-... Read More »


Stepping off the ferry from Manhattan to Governors Island was like a trip through time  as thousands of people dressed in Roaring ‘20s attire made their way to the Eighth Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party. Read More »

Joy Ride

Meet an Italian beauty designed to make every ride unforgettable. Read More »

Bully for Teddy

Caramelized onion & cheese flatbread, with béchamel, nutmeg, Parmigiano-Reggiano, Gruyere

Bully for Teddy

by David Hagedorn | DC magazine | August 29, 2013

When he built Lincoln, the wildly popular eatery on Vermont Avenue, veteran restaurateur Alan Popovsky turned pennies into gold with a winning concept and design (thousands of pennies artistically arrayed in the floor). The second venture of Popovsky’s Presidential Restaurant Group, Teddy & the Bully Bar, opened in June, taking over the space formerly occupied by Sam & Harry’s on 19th Street.


DC’s steamy nights often deliver cultural riches for photographers—if they’re paying attention. Read More »

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