T. Schreiber Studio for Film & Theatre founder Terry Schreiber, seen here teaching an acting class. A March 27 gala celebrates Schreiber’s 80th year and benefits the Studio. Photo by Gilli Getz.

New York is a city drawn outside the lines — a city that is alive with bold, genuine personalities driven to express themselves.

Photo by Scott Stiffler – Chelsea Now

Have you walked up and down the streets of Chelsea lately and been surprised to notice that a familiar storefront business is no longer there? At the Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce (GVCCC), we know the stories of Manhattan’s ever-changing small business community.

Kick back, drink up, chow down, or dance – it’s all fun and games at Slate NY. Photo by Paul Wagtouicz.

Working long hours all week long, week in and week out, can leave us feeling quite accomplished — but exhausted. More than likely, many of us aren’t able to hop on a jet to escape to a far off island mid-work week (or even on weekends) for some much-needed rest and relaxation.

Photo via pastainyc.com

In the midst of hectic schedules and the bustle of our city, there is one thing true New Yorkers will always find time for: a flavorful meal, in a pleasant setting.

The Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) headed into their twentieth season this year.


Hudson River Park is the longest waterfront park in the United States. It was transformed from four miles of decaying piers and parking lots into a park that serves millions of people across NYC.


Take a look at Touching Hearts at Home, a company focused on personal care and assisting seniors with everyday tasks, allowing them to maintain an independent lifestyle.


Last week I was lucky enough to spend my day of interning outside the office and on the NYC TV & Movie tour by On Location Tours.


When I found out that I was going to meet with a manager from Murray’s Cheese, I was completely ecstatic. You see, cheese is like a religion to me. I could eat it with every single meal, seven days a week. I’ve never met a cheese I didn’t love.


It was a cold Wednesday in the middle of February, and I found myself trekking through the busy streets of Manhattan to get to Chelsea Market – possibly the hippest tourist attraction in all of New York City.