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Joann Jovinelly is an award-winning author, book editor, blogger, and editorial consultant.

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My WeekendNotes - 126
Take a selection of high-quality ingredients, mix them with a talented chef, a tiny kitchen on wheels, and eight million... [more]
New Yorkers have long been fascinated by portable confections, but none have seduced them as well as the cupcake, the mu... [more]
This year, the New York Public Library (NYPL) celebrates its centennial birthday, having been erected in 1911 after the ... [more]
Soup is nutritious, easy to prepare, and economical. The problem with soup is that it's so often associated with mediocr... [more]
Upon entering the beautiful and breathtakingly colorful store, Beads of Paradise, you might think you need a passport. C... [more]
Provided the temperature isn't freezing, any time of the year is perfect for eating outdoors. Besides being entertaining... [more]
Few people remember the "victory" gardens of World War II, but during that era of food rationing, Americans grew 40 perc... [more]
If you've got a few hours to kill and nowhere in particular to be, there is no place like New York City. Wandering aroun... [more]
The Brick, Brooklyn's answer to experimental theater, has more than a few laughs in store for the month of September. Al... [more]
16/09/2011 - 25/09/2011
The Brooklyn Bowl is no ordinary bowling alley; in fact, few of the people who visit the vast former ironworks factory g... [more]
For a fun, laid-back New York experience, try a stroll through historic City Hall Park and its immediate environs, inclu... [more]
People might tell you that the best egg creams can be found in Manhattan, but we disagree. New York's most amazingly smo... [more]
Internationally renowned abstract expressionist sculptor Mark di Suvero is currently showing more than ten of his large ... [more]
Now in its fourth year, the New York City Department of Transportation's unique program, Summer Streets, is back and bet... [more]
08/08/2011 - 20/08/2011
There is a growing fascination for exhibits that showcase private writing and drawings, offering a limited glance inside... [more]
New York's slow food movement has rightly made itself perfectly at home in Brooklyn, especially at Colonie, where warm a... [more]
Coppelia, a new 24-hour restaurant/diner in Chelsea, was named after a popular ice cream shop in Havana, and its atmosph... [more]
It's time for a history lesson. Back in the 1970s and early 1980s, when the New York video performance art scene was fir... [more]
30/06/2011 - 27/08/2011
New York's food lovers are enjoying a bit of a Renaissance this year. In addition to our wonderful and expanding collect... [more]
If you've ever wanted to rock out to Gene Simmons or David Bowie over dinner, then look no further than Rockography, a n... [more]
Bingo, spelling bees, and now trivia nights—it appears as though a great segment of the populace enjoys a little friendl... [more]
New Yorkers have come to know Chelsea as the must-see neighborhood for contemporary art, but the Lower East Side has for... [more]
The current buzz in the contemporary art world is about making work by emerging artists both available and affordable to... [more]
05/05/2011 - 07/05/2011
The High Line, New York City's only elevated park, has become its greatest success story. More than a decade and $153 mi... [more]
With Japan fresh in the hearts and minds of all New Yorkers—as well as the world's—now is a wonderful time to immerse yo... [more]
30/04/2011 - 01/05/2011
Shake off old man winter at Macy's 37th annual indoor flower show, which turns the beloved department store into a flora... [more]
28/03/2010 - 11/04/2011
Last year, New York Fashion Week was literally stopped in its tracks at the unexpected announcement of British designer ... [more]
May is bike month in New York City and the 31-day celebration kicks off with the 2011 TD Bank Five Boro Bike Tour, now i... [more]
New Yorkers are spoiled. Over the past few decades, we have enjoyed extensive access to fresh fruit, vegetables, and mea... [more]
The 1980s clothing designs of Vivienne Westwood, fashion trendsetter and the mistress who made punk palatable, are curre... [more]
08/03/2011 - 02/04/2011
On August 24 in AD 79, the ancient Roman resort city of Pompeii completely disappeared from view. A series of eruptions ... [more]
04/03/2011 - 05/09/2011
Long before the Palladium became an NYU dorm and the legendary Limelight Nightclub resurrected itself as a high-end mall... [more]
Witnessing a full floor of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) devoted entirely to the subject of 1950s Abstract Expressioni... [more]
01/03/2011 - 25/04/2011
Have you ever wanted to be a part of a studio audience to support one of New York City's many television shows? The proc... [more]
The New York Public Library is a wonderful resource for all New Yorkers. Not only does the institution provide an amazin... [more]
01/03/2011 - 01/04/2011
Growing herbs and using them to prepare meals is among the most rewarding relationships you can forge with gardening. Yo... [more]
Punk poetess Patti Smith, rock-and-roll icon, artist, activist, and writer, is reading at a performance of the Poetry Pr... [more]
Though your favorites might still be the ones playing on your big screen TV at home, there are still a few options for l... [more]
No matter your skill level or artistic ability, there's nothing quite as heartfelt as a homemade card to express your lo... [more]
A century ago, Charities Pier at the end of Twenty-sixth Street by the Hudson River was called Misery Lane since it was ... [more]
01/02/2011 - 09/07/2011
Paris may be the City of Lights, but it can't hold a candle to New York when it comes to romance. New York is amazing, e... [more]
Drawing, like riding a bicycle, is a skill that never wanes. However, if you want to brush up on your hand and eye coord... [more]
Even though it's mighty cold outside, you needn't hibernate. That's why the weekly family crafts program at the Charles ... [more]
Most New Yorkers know about Housing Works Thrift Shop, the organization that has been helping homeless New Yorkers who ... [more]
Those captivated by New York City's immigrant experience will be interested in the vast and detailed history that can be... [more]
Few lives have had the impact of the magician Harry Houdini, who, even 80 years after his death, is still the inspiratio... [more]
Who among us hasn't watched that scene in the film Ghost where Demi Moore is slathered in wet clay at a potter's wheel w... [more]
The next time you'd like to head out in search of New York's outer borough delights, consider Brooklyn's Red Hook neighb... [more]
As the saying goes, one person's trash is another's treasure. So, whether your holiday left you with a bunch of unwanted... [more]
With the holiday here, you're likely either filled with bliss or blinded by depression. This year, why not skip watching... [more]
Consider yourself lucky if you're staying in the city over the holiday break. As most New Yorkers already know, seeing t... [more]
Suddenly the holidays are here and you haven't yet had a chance to take part in the festivities. Fear not. There is stil... [more]
Presentation is everything, especially when it comes to delivering the perfect holiday gifts. Instead of searching for s... [more]
Few people know that Beatrice Alexander Behrman, founder of the Madame Alexander Doll Company, was a daughter of Russian... [more]
It's no surprise that many Christmas traditions can be traced back to New York, beginning first with the Dutch settlers ... [more]
Some people appreciate Warhol for his wry wit, others for his irony. His work has been critiqued, dissected, obsessed ov... [more]
Knitting and crocheting are not just pastimes of the aged anymore. In fact, if you look around, you'll probably notice s... [more]
Every season the team of designers and artists behind the elaborate window displays at Bergdorf Goodman do the impossibl... [more]
Grab your list and head to the seventh-annual Columbus Circle Holiday Market where dozens of independent vendors have se... [more]
Billing itself as New York's "better" cupcake, the East Village's very own Butter Lane has recently moved to a new expan... [more]
Ask anyone and they'll tell you that New York City looks best when dressed for the holidays. The temperatures might be d... [more]
Since the late 1990s, retailers have seen consistent profits emerge from trendy and temporary pop-up stores, especially ... [more]
Calling all geeks, freaks, and closet collectors: The Secret Science Club is hosting its fifth-annual Carnivorous Nights... [more]
Some moments in New York City are magical, like when the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus elephants emerge from... [more]
Thanksgiving is a time to draw people together to savor new tastes and the season's best flavors. Few opportunities to d... [more]
New York street art is at once largely anonymous and enormously popular. It is also illegal, which is perhaps why it kee... [more]
Bring in the winter holiday season a little early during the 11th annual Winter's Eve Celebration, an evening jam-packed... [more]
Bryant Park, the European-styled parcel of land in midtown just off Sixth Avenue and 42nd street has always been signifi... [more]
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