A humid New York City was transformed into a tropical paradise to celebrate National Rum Day on August 16th with the help of Bacardi at Las’ Lap in the Lower East Side.
Lower East Side
Mackenzie Shrieve knows how to make an entrance. The recent NYU grad has been touring non-stop this summer since graduation, with venues across New York City–including the iconic Arlene’s Grocery–taking notice.
The annual Lower East Side Film Festival kicked off its ninth season yesterday, ushering in another year of talent.
Only a week after her striking performance at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, H.E.R. is only getting started. The Bay Area native was recently awarded not one, but two Grammy awards for R&B Album of The Year and Best R&B Performance which is a huge deal for the artist as this is her first year being considered by the Recording Academy and also winning.
This year marks the 125th Anniversary of Henry Street Settlement, a poverty-fighting organization that has been a leading voice for the most vulnerable New Yorkers.
On Wednesday, August 18th “The DELANCEY & LUDLOW” a future forward nightclub/eatery celebrated its 5-year anniversary.
We stopped by the debut of artist in residence Domingo Zapata at Upstairs on Rivington, part of Hotel on Rivington in the Lower East Side.
The night of June 16 was quite exciting!
Zarin Fabrics doesn’t seem real in this day and age. The Lower East Side institution celebrates nearly 80 years of success in NYC.