Lifestyle (Page 31)

November 19, 2019

These Young Riders Are Not Just Horsing Around: Equestrian Sport in The Bahamas

Camperdown Equestrian Centre is a not-for-profit riding facility that was founded in 1970 in the Camperdown neighborhood in Nassau, The Bahamas. Equestrian Bahamas, which became a federation in 2013, has partnered with Camperdown, The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture and the Bahamas Olympics Committee to bring more awareness to the sport, more international exposure and to train riders and horses for international and Olympic events. 

November 18, 2019

With “Back to the Wall,” Frederick The Younger Enters a New Era

Jenni Cochran steps onto the dance floor in a silver, sequined blazer over a yellow top and leopard-print bike shorts. In the next scene, she flicks her wrists and sends a bouquet of flowers up in flames. In “Back to the Wall” and the accompanying music video, Cochran explores the highs and lows of a relationship through tense scenes on Wes Anderson-esque backdrops spliced together with scenes of her letting loose alone on the dance floor.

Patrons line up at a farmers' market vendor in Farmingdale, New York, in fall of 2019.

November 17, 2019

Farmers’ Market Breathes Life into Quaint New York Village

Residents and visitors of Farmingdale, New York, were unapologetically double parking on Main Street to grab pints of garlic-stuffed olives and “pickle on a stick”

November 17, 2019

How I Survived a Week in NYC Without a Wallet

My nightmare business trip started when I got to the front of the TSA pre-check line at the Dane County Regional Airport and I realized that I didn’t have my wallet. Lucky for me, I did have my watch.

November 5, 2019

Another Puptacular Halloween Dog Parade in Manhattan’s Lower East Side

On October 20, the 29th annual Tompkins Square Park Halloween Dog Parade was held at the East River Park Amphitheater. […]