Subscribe      List an Event or Business      Invite a Writer      Write for WN      Writers      Other Locations

Kelly Aspen Profile

Home > New York > Community > Kelly Aspen

Subscribe to Kelly Aspen
email  facebook  twitter
City: New York
Weekend Notes (47)
Activities (23)
Places (0)
Events (23)
Questions (0)
Lists (0)
Photos (0)
Foods (0)
Quick Events (0)
Sales (0)
Todo List
Done List
Writer Rank: 11
veteran writer
Readers: 3561
Subscribers: 7
Articles: 47
Rank Calculation:
3561 =
[3561] +
[5 x 0] +
[10 x 0]
x 0.5
x 0.5
x 0.5
My WeekendNotes - 47
Whether you simply listen or riotously sing along, nothing sets the holiday mood like music. This Christmas, set your si... [more]
Just when you thought the holidays were all glitz and glimmer, one tradition ignites something warmer in your soul—or sh... [more]
Even if your window looks out onto gray concrete, there is snow in the nearby mountains! From New York's Bear Mountain a... [more]
The Rink at Rockefeller Center. Spin in circles beneath the art deco towers of Rockefeller Center. Sunken beneath the si... [more]
A holiday tradition has returned for another fun-filled romp in their intimate, big top. Erected on the plaza at Lincoln... [more]
Nothing rings in spring like the pink and white blooms of Japanese flowering cherry blossoms. When these soft, feathery ... [more]
Although founded as a Mexican holiday celebrating their 1862 victory over the French, in America, Cinco de Mayo has beco... [more]
Nearly forty art dealers gather this weekend to display and sell some of the most unusual works you'll ever encounter. T... [more]
On February 15th and 16th, breeders and their brood gather at Madison Square Garden for the 134th Annual Westminster Dog... [more]
Touch a tortoise, wander through an 1885 home, and pause in front of a Buddhist Altar—all at The Newark Museum. This oft... [more]
Take a breather from the big city and head to the Lambertville-New Hope Winter Festival 2010. Join these historic towns,... [more]
Replace the terminal grays of the New York winter with the vibrant purples and oranges of Cuba in bloom. You need not tr... [more]
Outrageous. Unbelievable. Shocking. These are not words we normally associate with Easter, but along the usually refined... [more]
Great deals on exquisite meals are coming your way during NYC's Restaurant Week. From January 25 through February 7 (t... [more]
Forget the cute and cuddly, this season is all about creepy crawlies! Whether you have kids, are a kid, or are looking t... [more]
Step back in time with one of Big Onion's tours of New York's much loved neighborhoods. These are not tours for tourists... [more]
In a corner townhouse mansion on 86th Street and Fifth Avenue, a collection of art sits unassumingly within walls which ... [more]
Don't be concerned if you run across people acting outrageously along 14th Street this week. The city has not gone mad! ... [more]
Way up at the north end of Central Park, the Museum of the City of New York preserves the metropolis' history, art, and... [more]
On a forty-seven-acre lot in Queens, a museum preserves the land and buildings of a seventeenth-century farm—the longest... [more]
In July, Modest Mouse cancelled a show at the Williamsburg Waterfront but is back on Tuesday, September 14 to play a ben... [more]
Journey "off the eaten path" to Nolita's Rice to Riches which has transformed the blandest of comfort foods into a hip p... [more]
Whether you love or loathe the characters on the TV show Jersey Shore, their original locale—Seaside Heights—is a beach ... [more]
Winter weekends in the city can be long, chilly tests of indoor endurance. The American Museum of Natural History, has t... [more]
When the days heat up but the nights stay cool, maple trees are ripe for tapping. This weekend, toast the start of anoth... [more]
Snow is falling. The sky is blue. You're cruising on your snowboard through frosted white trees. You take a left onto Br... [more]
On a clear night, peer into outer space on the edge of the New Jersey Meadowlands. Each night, the William D. McDowell O... [more]
Once a dilapidated relic of the glory days of the Jersey Shore, Asbury Park has now been restored, revived, and renewed... [more]
Despite the drone of vuvuzelas at the 2010 World Cup, soccer is gaining a hold on American sports fans. Why not get out ... [more]
Grab bagels to-go and hop in your car for a full day exploring the historic Hudson Valley. Drive US 9 north as it hugs t... [more]
Stress and winter weather are a perfect combination for that run-down feeling we all feel as February creeps along. Cure... [more]
Too cold to exercise outside? Feeling claustrophobic in your cubicle? Then head to Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment ... [more]
Combine Grammy-winning rock-n-roll with Tony-winning direction and you have the future of Broadway. American Idiot opene... [more]
Have you been to the Met a million times? Can you give your own personal tours of the Guggenheim? Then try something new... [more]
Entering the Metropolitan Museum of Art from busy Fifth Avenue is like crossing the threshold to another world. The orga... [more]
On the former grounds of the 1964 New York World's Fair rockets remain scattered around the lawn. Behind them, an origin... [more]
On December 2, locals, tourists, and celebrities alike gather to light the nation's largest Christmas tree at Rockefelle... [more]
"A morning glory at my window," Walt Whitman once said, "satisfies me more than the metaphysics of books." Perhaps it wa... [more]
Why ride your bike on the busy streets when New York City contains more than 100 miles of bike paths? These tree-lined "... [more]
Regarded as a wasteland and a garbage dump, New Jersey's Meadowlands have long had their share of negative publicity. Bu... [more]
Chocolate has been cultivated for more than 3,000 years but only in the last decade has it has come to Manhattan in its ... [more]
In Ossining, New York, a small museum remembers the early days of its infamous landmark. The maximum-security Sing Sing... [more]
Inaugurate the new Chinese Lunar New with weeklong celebrations throughout Chinatown. Begin by warding off evil spirits ... [more]
Maybe you've wandered through Central Park dozens of times. You've seen Strawberry Fields, picnicked on the Great Lawn, ... [more]
Put your stereotypes aside and hop on a ferry to downtown Hoboken, New Jersey. As the boat makes its way across the Huds... [more]
Overlooking the shores of the Hudson River, Boscobel Gardens is an idyllic setting for the arts. Their three-month Hudso... [more]
Nothing rings in the holidays quite as elaborately as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Clowns, dancers, marching band... [more]