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  • webmaster   •   6/5/17

    5 Things to Do in Central Park This Summer

    Stretching across 843 acres (and featured in more than 350 films), New York’s Central Park is the city’s personal playground. With so much land to cover, and so many...

  • webmaster   •   6/5/17

    Best Restaurants to Dine Al Fresco in Midtown

    When one imagines the hustle and bustle of Midtown, one doesn’t automatically think, ‘outdoor dining.’ But the start of summer opens the doors to some of our favorite restaurants...

  • webmaster   •   5/26/17

    Guide to NYC on Memorial Day

    Kick-off the summer season with a whirlwind Memorial Day weekend in New York City. Pay your respects to those who have served the nation while you participate in local...

  • webmaster   •   5/19/17

    Museum Guide to New York in May

    As summer rapidly approaches the city of New York, we’re finding innovative ways to experience the arts and culture programs of the city sans heat. This is why we’ve put...

  • webmaster   •   5/11/17

    Guide to Mother’s Day in New York City

    When it comes to the scenery in New York City, April showers definitely brought May flowers this year.  The weather is heating up which means there is a greater...

  • webmaster   •   4/17/17

    Women in the Arts Share Best Sage Advice

    Recently, the Roger Smith held a Pecha Kucha Dinner, an occasion for women in creative spaces to break bread together, while also being asked to share a few words on a project or...

  • webmaster   •   4/14/17

    How to Have the Ultimate NYC Picnic Guide

    The flowers are in full bloom and the humans of New York have finally come out of hibernation to enjoy the city’s green spaces. If you’re looking to enjoy the warm...

  • webmaster   •   4/11/17

    How to Celebrate Earth Day in NYC

    On April 22, individuals and organizations across the world will celebrate Earth Day by  raising awareness and demonstrating support for environmental protection. To celebrate,  we’ve put together a list...

  • webmaster   •   3/31/17

    What to Do this Spring in New York City

    We’re not bitter about losing an hour of sleep because it means winter is officially over. To welcome you to the season of renewal, we’ve put together a Spring...

  • webmaster   •   3/15/17

    Q&A With David Ostow, Cartoonist and Curator

    David Ostow’s work has appeared in Entertainment Weekly, Huffington Post and Entertainment Weekly…and, as of this month, Roger Smith Hotel. The Brooklyn-based cartoonist’s March Mega Opening features a collection...

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