With a host of collaborative spaces and pioneering programs, the City of Big Shoulders is quickly becoming the City of Big Ideas
Named for the year of the Great Chicago Fire, whose aftermath triggered historic and defining changes in the city’s urban planning and architecture, 1871 is a hub for tech entrepreneurs. Businesses select memberships based on their space and time needs; successful alumni include kCura, an e-discovery software company, ... More
The Roaring Twenties-themed event—hosted by Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation's founders Russell Simmons, Danny Simmons and Joseph Simmons—raised funds to support arts programming for inner city youth
The piano isn’t the only thing that’s grand at Sid Gold’s Request Room
Sid Gold’s Request Room might be New York’s newest piano bar, but it has an old soul. The Chelsea hotspot, which has been drawing karaoke fanatics, Broadway stars and Hollywood types since opening this spring, boasts not only a grand piano but a chic, retro design and a ... More
New York's iconic breakfast staple gets a large-scale artistic debut
Art Production Fund and Kiehl’s have partnered to present artist Hanna Liden’s two-part public art installation Everything this July. The work takes on a very New York item—the bagel—by placing large-scale, foam-carved versions of the carb downtown.
“It’s a playful nod to the surprising beauty of everyday urban spaces,” says APF cofounder Yvonne ... More