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Trish Regan, as we say in Italian, is a beautiful woman - both literally (she is stunningly beautiful with long brown hair and sparkling green eyes) and personally. She has also worked hard to lead a beautiful life: star anchor, loving mother and wife, and former opera singer are just some of the descriptions that apply to her. She’s also working hard, achieving a Regan (a self described wonk) is becoming a household name. Her career requires a rare balancing act. In addition to her daily show on Bloomberg TV, she led the network’s coverage of last years’ Presidential election (including two full weeks of anchoring both parties’ conventions), reported a piece for Bloomberg’s Pursuits that required swimming with whales (and Richard Branson) while expecting her third child, and she’s now working on a new d o c u m en ta r y that she b el i eves w i l l rival her past successes with the Marijuana documentaries that have been CNBC’s all-time most successful.


Resident: What does being a New Yorker to you? Trish Regan: I’m not a native New Yorker, though I certainly feel like one now. I went to school here, to Columbia, and I have loved the city since I was a kid. I grew up in a very rural area; in a small town of about 5000 in New Hampshire. It was great. You knew everyone and everyone knew you. But, I can remember coming to New York when I was about ten years old and seeing Times Square. I thought to myself, this is just great. There’s so much energy, so much activity. I suppose I like extremes – and New York and New Hampshire are most be a New Yorker, you ask? Well, you know New Yorkers. (laughs) We tend to think we’re living in the center of the universe. And, I’m pretty sure we are. R: You have a bit of an unorthodox reporting. Can you tell us about that? TR: At 13 years old I decided I wanted to be an opera singer when I grew up. I know, some kids want to be athletes, others want to be movie stars and hey, some even grow up wanting to become news anchors, but, I, (she smiles) wanted to be an international opera star. I have always loved music. I began studying piano at 3 years old. In fact, I actually knew how to read music before I knew how to read English. I was always around music, my father played the piano, and it was just part of my life. In high school I signed up for singing lessons and the teacher was an opera singer. She was pretty shocked when I started singing. I had never been to an opera, but, somehow I knew how to imitate an operatic voice. It turned out that at 13 years old, I had this really developed lyric coloratura soprano. She encouraged me to pursue it. So, I tried to understand it. I read everything I could, listened to every recording in our school library, and practiced religiously. I studied languages, history, piano, music theory, everything that related to opera because, I was making a commitment. That said, what you want when you’re 13

years old and when you’re at a Conservatory at age 20 are sometimes quite different – at least in my case.

year I interned at NBC Nightly News and suddenly, everything made sense. I’d found my calling.

R: At 20 you decided not to do opera? What was the impetus for that?

R: How did you land that job?

TR: I was a very intellectual teenager; it wasn’t like I was doing this in a vacuum. As much as I loved opera, I also loved history, I loved the study of the economy, I liked politics – there were a lot of things I was interested in. I am a naturally curious person, and my curiosity fuels me every day in journalism. My job is to explore, experience new things, meet new people and I love all of that. So singing was great, but by the time I was in 20, I realized that although I liked opera, I probably didn’t love it enough to make a life of it. Still, those years of study didn’t go to waste. I learned to speak a lot of languages because of singing; I also learned a tremendous amount of self-discipline because of singing. R: Did you know what you wanted to do? TR: down with my uncle who was an economist and learning the term “opportunity cost.” To pursue opera meant I was giving up something else. I decided to transfer from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston to Columbia University in New York. A funny side note for you, on the day I received my acceptance letter to Columbia, an opera house that I had auditioned for in Germany, offered me a contract for the year. The timing was an interesting coincidence but, I had already made my decision. R: news? TR: community through internships during school summers. First at a hedge fund and then as an analyst in at Goldman Sachs. At Goldman, I worked on the emerging debt markets desk and really liked it. I was analyzing the economic and political consequences of what was going on in Latin America and thought that was what I was going to do upon graduation. They made me a job offer, and I had every intention of going, except in my senior

TR: I just sent in an application and told them I would work every single holiday! They needed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s covered, and I said, “I’m your girl.” So I interned there, running scripts, answering phones and getting the chance along with producers and correspondents. For me, it brought back memories. My mother had been a journalist. She wrote feature pieces for the Boston Globe and I used to go out with her on some of these stories as a child. I suppose that journalism was always something I understood. You could say, it was in my blood. R: journalist? TR: Yes. I thought, wouldn’t it be great if I could combine all of these things that I love into one. I knew a lot about the markets because of my work in banking. I knew a lot about how to be comfortable in front of people because of singing, and I knew something about journalism thanks to my mom. It really was this ability to combine all my skills. R: How did you move up the ladder in TV? TR: out in California at CBS MarketWatch. While I was there I did everything I could; I was anchoring on the local station in San Francisco, I was reporting for CBS MarketWatch, a national syndicated show at the time, and soon thereafter began reporting for CBS News on economic issues. First from San Francisco, and then from New York. R: Why did you come to Bloomberg? TR: It was an opportunity to have a much greater impact. We have a loyal, intelligent deeply about the economic issues facing our country. They want to understand the personalities behind the people helping to shape the business community and they want to know as much as they can about future. And we have the resources to do

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that with nearly 200 bureaus worldwide and roughtly 2000 reporters. While so many organizations are shrinking their news coverage, we’re growing ours - investing in news. So, for me, it was a chance to help inform people at the highest possible level, equipped with the best data and reporting.

It was also a chance to broaden my reach internationally. We’re in more than 300 million homes worldwide and streamed live online, on your ipad and iphone. I wanted to help stimulate the conversation that business leaders are having and, at Bloomberg, I get the chance to do that every day. R: What do you do exactly at Bloomberg? TR: I anchor Street Smart from 3-5pm daily. I also anchored all out political coverage in last year’s election and am currently working on several documentaries and other long form vehicles for Bloomberg. I’m incredibly involved in the entire editorial process, which is a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week endeavor. I’m always looking for good stories, I’m always talking to my sources, always thinking about who my viewers might want to hear from, and I’m always thinking about how to make the show most relevant and exciting for viewers. I’m fortunate to have an incredible team around me. I have a phenomenal Executive Producer, Jason Farkas, who is super creative, very talented and works closely with me to make sure we put the best business show on the air every day. I’ve also Johnson, who’s a ton of really pushing Bloomberg forward, making us the go-to destination for viewers who want smart conversation and fascinating story telling.

It’s a very exciting time to be here. R: Why are you successful? TR: I’m a hard worker and I’m never afraid to take chances. I also have a wonderful husband, James Ben, who is incredibly supportive and encouraging to me every step of the way. He’s an investment banker so, he’s pretty familiar with long hours himself but, he has always made time for me. James understands how demanding my job is, he respects what I do and he knows how much I love it. His support has given he’s a big part of why I’ve succeeded. That said, I’ve also been pretty darn lucky. R: Is there anyone that’s given you great advice along the way? TR: Sure. Bob Schieffer from CBS’ Face The Nation has been a wonderful mentor. He’s an incredible journalist with a real sense of core journalistic values – something you don’t always see these days as news becomes more entertainment driven. Besides the gave me some good advice for being on TV. at CBS News one day and he showed me a video of him as a young man in his early days at the network. It didn’t sound like him at all. He was missing his trademark Texan accent! I remember him laughing and saying, “see Trish, this is why you can’t try to be anything but you.”


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Viewers will respond to authenticity, he promised. But, if you try to be something you’re not, there will always be a divide between you and the person you’re talking to on the other side of the camera. Bob is truly the same person on and off air. As for me, I took his advice to heart and have remained a what-you-see-iswhat-you-get anchor. R: What do you do on your free time? TR: You mean besides change diapers? (laughs) I spend a lot of time with my family.

I have two beautiful little girls, Elizabeth and Alexandra, and a new baby boy, Jamie. We do a lot together as a family. The Museum of Natural History and the Children’s Museum on the Upper West Side are huge hits with my girls. We also like to get them outdoors as much as possible and even got Hampshire this winter. R: What new things are you working on? TR: I’ve got a lot of projects going on. In addition to anchoring “Street Smart” from 3-5pm during the close of trading every day, I also report for our documentary unit one hour special on the casino industry that

looks at the challenges and opportunities the gaming business now faces. I’m also working on a documentary about the marijuana industry becoming a more acceptable, legitimate business. And, by the time this shooting an hour special called, “The Real Brazil.” (I’m actually heading to Brazil in a few days for a week of reporting there. I think Brazil is fascinating – it’s effectively the China of the Western Hemisphere – and with the right economic policy could really become a major economy.) I’ve got lots of ideas and plenty more I want to do. The world of business is fascinating. The personalities behind business are fascinating. And one of the best parts of being at Bloomberg is that I’m surrounded with incredibly talented people that believe in telling great stories. We’re just getting


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Jackson Hole, Wyoming. I had been there a few years ago, in winter. Would this charming little town be equally picturesque in the summer? I began to plan the trip. My son, William, a professional photographer was available to take photos for my book research. And my other son, twenty-one year old Beau was just getting out of school. I suddenly realized we could schedule a family vacation! So on a from New York’s La Guardia airport with a high sense of adventure. Hole was daunting. The pilot had to land the plane into the geographic equivalent of a soup bowl. Alp-like peaks encircled a lush green valley and just as the wing tips cleared the Teton Mountains, the plane dropped like a stone onto a small runway. Disembarking we looked at the majestic snow capped mountains – a scene of post-card prettiness.

in expensive cowboy chic: leather chairs and western art. There are many high-end luxury places to stay in the area for those with billionaire taste. We opted for something a tad less ostentatious but sublimely comfortable. The Snake River Lodge, in Teton Village is about 12 miles out of the center of town - a complex of condos, hotels and shops with a ski tram to take us to the summit for spectacular views. It turned out to be a wonderful choice for a family vacation; something for everyone. There was a collection of shops, and restaurants of all levels of formality and informality, a grocery store, outdoor clothing stores, expedition After we checked in, we agreed to all explore on our own and meet for dinner later. The boys set off immediately for the Mangy Moose Saloon, for burgers and a beer. I lolled in the indoor 17,000 foot spa, taking in

partition allowed me to swim directly to the outdoor pool surrounded by stone grottos. There, waterfalls cascaded off of natural rock as I side-stroked and looked around at the beautiful mountain scenery. Pure fantasy. dinner out on the town – the famous Snake River Grill. (Snake River seems to be a theme here) Situated on the picturesque town square, it is a mecca for people who care about food. The portions were robust. The boys chowed down on glazed pork chops, buttermilk black pepper mashed potatoes and succotash, while I opted for fresh salmon and walnut sprinkled salad. Deserts were diabolical: rhubarb pie, cherry cakes and famous “Eskimo bars” of chocolate caramel and vanilla ice cream. After dinner we took a stroll around the town. Jackson has a genuine cowboy feel with none of the campiness. It seems more like a Western artist community than anything

Jackson Hole is where the rich go to pretend they are simple folk. Everything is decorated

Over the next few days we settled into a lifestyle of comfortable outdoor adventure.

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"Miss Kitty have you ever thought of running away?" I looked around at the beautiful landscape and the answer was, yes. else. The lovely painting and watercolors in the galleries depict the local wildlife and landscapes. Pretty hand-crafted objects in the gift shops seem unique and special. Exhausted from the fresh air, food and travel we retired early. The next day our exploration began in earnest. William and I drove the short distance to the Grand Teton National Park to take photographs. We saw many remnants of the past. Conestoga wagon wheels, preserved in the arid climate, still lying in the wild grass. Deserted settler cabins from the 1860’s dotted the landscape. As we ambled around in the sagebrush, a bison wandered by and glared at us with his angry little eye. We cut him a wide berth. There is an astonishing feel of isolation and simplicity. At a tiny settlement of Bondurant, (population 93) we stopped for a coke and a look around. A resident chatted to us, saying he hadn’t been to Jackson Hole (34 miles away) in a decade. And yet the abundance of culture is impressive. At the National Museum of Wildlife Art, situated up on a butte with a panoramic view of the valley, the boys and I ate sandwiches out on the picnic tables then toured the galleries. The collections

feature many local artists and recognizable names as well. It was a visual feast, from the stark landscape photos of Ansel Adams, bucolic scenes by Albert Bierstadt and Herman Herzog, wildlife painter Ken Carlson, Frederick Remington. Thousands of paintings depict the rugged landscape and natural beauty of the West. Over the next few days we settled into a lifestyle of comfortable outdoor adventure. We hiked, rode the ski tram to more than 4,000 feet and stood gawking at

of the mountains. As the paint-ponies slipped and slid on the rocks, picking their way over the rough terrain, our Stetsonhatted, chap-wearing guide started crooning a song “I Should Have Been A Cowboy” about the legendary Sherriff Matt Dillon and his ladylove Miss Kitty. One line got my attention… “Miss Kitty have you ever thought of running away?” I looked around at the beautiful landscape and the answer was, yes.

morning, hot air balloons dotted the sky like party decorations, people taking advantage of thermal drafts to soar over the landscape. Emboldened each day by our adventures, we tried more and more challenging things.

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The short answer is lots! Locals recommend HaTachana (the train station); Habima’s new addition; the Tel Aviv Museum’s dramatic extension; and Neve Tzedek a quaint reviving neighborhood. Many are experiencing them through the city’s bike share program. Here’s a taste of What’s New. HaTachana Perched just where Jaffa begins is the original rail station of the ancient port of Jaffa. This was the train terminus when it was constructed in 1892. Near the Etzel House Museum by the beach, you cross the street to railroad ties and palms that frame the entrance to HaTachana. All the low, one-story buildings that dot the area served other functions when the railroad ran. Built in that era, the stone buildings with red tiled roofs have been restored, the courtyards revitalized. Striped umbrellas

and wooden benches complete the scene. All repurposed and moved, small shops sell amusing home goods, clothing, and jewelry. The boutiques of successful Israeli designers Michael Negrin and Ronen Chen offer style with a twist. What long ago was the Wieland Tile Factory is now Studio Noa, retailer of Israeli-made sports clothes. On its wall are cartoons left by the British Army Club in the early 1940’s. Most buildings have plaques stating their original purpose. HaTachana intersperses original machinery with explanations.

Touches like these make the place inviting and historically relevant. Around the Freight Terminal Building and like Italiana Nella Stazione and Vicky Christina, which serves bread on what looks like a railroad tie. It is an agreeable destination; in evening, downright romantic. HaTachana pulsates with people at night and on weekends. Since opening in 2010, it has helped bind back ancient Jaffa with its suburban neighbor that overtook it, Tel Aviv.


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Tel Aviv Museum of Art’s New Building A stylish new building at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art is creating a stir since it opened in November, 2011. Strikingly modern and angular, full of geometric shapes on the outside, the Amir Building provides 18,500 square feet housing its Israeli art collection. This building has so much glass that inside all is light. In fact, its 87-foot high atrium is named “Lightfall.” Inside, horizontal planes create “peek-a-boo”spaces. Glass often appears at unexpected angles. People stand artwork hung on simple white walls. Two amazingly long escalators draw the

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cutting for its new space in January. Now the theatre eye, becoming a design on their own. company has an imposing rounded glass structure Throughout are slashes at openings, and spaces that open up. It is never are enclosed in long, clear expanses of glass, over boring. from many countries. The lobby’s cantilevered, An Architecture and Design Gallery sweeping staircase leads to the second level, will have changing exhibits. One exhibit where super large drawings of famous Habima shows how the museum grew, as the city members grace the way into the theatres. Four grew, from displays in a private home to new ones range from the 900-seat Rabinah to an experimental theatre of 170 seats. Although Cohen also designed the Photography Habima’s performances are in Hebrew, it plans Gallery. It’s showing the work of to offer simultaneous translations, as in the past. contemporary Israeli photographers until October 31. Outside, a big open plaza has been created in front of Habima and its next door neighbor, “The Museum Presents Itself,” displaying the Mann Theatre. This was a parking area. Israeli art from the permanent collection, is Today the view, street side, is bright and on view until the end of December. Another, inviting. Two large squares dominate. One is more permanent exhibit, is family friendly: “Portraits From the Museum’s Collection of Israeli Art.” Young people and their minders around this “garden,” enable people to sit, enjoy its interactive component. contemplate, and enjoy the view.

NeveTzedek Bike Share Speaking of car parking lots, why not try getting around by bike? Tel Aviv’s bike share program kicked off in May, 2011 and has become exceedingly popular. Keep your eyes out for the stands of bright green up in one place and can drop off at another.

How about a bike ride through Neve Tzedek? Shabazzi Street, where houses date from the reclaimed and the area revitalized. Huge homes, with a Middle Eastern or European feel, are now coming back into good fortune, as people spend their fortunes renovating them.

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t was a moment indelibly engraved in my brain. Zebras galloping through a swath of green alongside terraces at a hotel in Zambia. On our arrival at the hotel, a giraffe was loping along, munching leaves from the tops of tall trees. Zebras racing past guests at a posh hotel? Giraffes at its entrance? I felt like Alice falling into Wonderland. My companions, who had been to Africa before, pooh-poohed my excitement. “Oh, you’ll see so much more of this, and it will be so much better in natural surroundings.” Nevertheless, that startling incongruous scene was the perfect introduction to the magic I experienced in Zambia and Malawi. These Southern African countries are attractively less touristy. Both have been stable with game, they also offer lush resorts for relaxing.

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is one of the seven natural wonders of the world for good reason. These powerful, rushing falls are twice the size of Niagara’s. At one of the 12 viewing stations, on the Zambia side, I was overwhelmed by the sound and strength. Resident

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And more for the fearless: On Livingstone Island, people attempt to swim in a lagoon, called the Devil’s Pond, at the edge of the falls. So far no humans have been lost. We were based at Tongabezi Lodge; another night at its even more romantic counterpart, Sindabezi. Our individual thatched huts, with showers and tub out of doors, had views of a close-by island. Dinner by candlelight was in keeping with the wildness and wilderness of it all. Vanessa Parker, whose husband owns Tongabezi, has created a beacon of enlightenment and hope in the area. In a country crying for education, her school, Tujatone, provides local under-privileged kids with a balanced education. It is so impressive, that Susan Sarandon, Anthony Robbins, George Clooney, and others have donated to it. After Tongabezi, it was time for the prime reason for coming to Africa: to take a safari, which means “journey” in Swahili. Safaris, on land, on river, and at night meant ready, aim, and shoot… and shoot again… all with a camera, of course. In Zambia, at Luangwa Safari House, we had both elegance and a prime opportunity to view animals from the camp chairs around the plunge pool or from the terrace where we dined. But there was much more up close. We loaded into a 4 x 4 both early morning and late afternoon to truly partake of this animal world. It’s one thing to see photos, TV, or a zoo. It’s another to experience, live, the snort of a hippo, the shriek of a monkey, the bellow of an elephant. On our river safari, the hippos were all about, looking like logs. Here’s a banded mongoose (the teeniest mammal in the park) and a new-born puku antelope on spindly legs. We hear

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a bird’s territorial call -- a warning. A baby elephant gives of all these goings-on, if it hadn’t been for the excellent guides, all attached to the places I stayed. Did you know that crocodiles can go 18 months without eating and that the species has lasted 65 million years?… that zebras recognize their young by smell and striping. I loved the red-billed hornbill and the lilac-breasted roller. Skittish vervet monkeys, with adorable black faces, stay away from the bigger and territorial baboons. All too soon we were off to Malawi. It may be known as the place where Madonna adopts orphans, but it is much more. Like neighboring Zambia, Malawi is a nation of friendly people, religious by nature. Those in the countryside live mostly in thatched huts in small villages with tribal chiefs who lead the community. Safaris were particularly exciting here because Majete National Park is being revitalized. It was in disarray by 2003, ravaged by the locals for food and fuel and by foraging elephants. Stripped of some of the game that make such reserves impressive,

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Majete needed help to reclaim its prominence. Thanks to Africa that works with the government, Majete National Park has been re-populated with many kinds of animals. Most exciting was the reintroduction of lions. “What’s been missing up to now has been the big game experience,” says Dorian Tilbury, Field Operations Manager for African Parks, Majete. Now it is here. Here, too, is the ever-present, totally ugly warthog. It cavorts along with its babies. These critters have the mane of a horse, the body of a bulldog, tusks, and a scrawny bizarre tail. Oh my! the sea. Lake Malawi, where we journeyed next, is the place from which almost all of our tropical and exotic, they are on display for snorkelers. Pumalani, where I stayed, offered snorkel excursions on

Lake Malawi, the third largest lake in Africa. This is a Robin Pope Safari Property, designed for R&R. Water sports and a swimming pool are “on offer,” as they said. Another activity: sailing in an old-fashioned dhow on the lake, as a hot red-orange sun set. Quintessential Africa! Soon it was time to reach Lake Malawi from a different side… right across from Mozambique on Likoma Island. Kaya Mawa is a prize-winning resort, as were all the places we stayed. It is right on the beach of Lake Malawi. Accommodations are unique and individual. But something else is going on here, too. Susie Lightfoot, whose husband owns Kaya Mawa, has started a workshop to provide full employment and help locals get skills. Folks get in-house training in sewing and learn tailoring. Most of the workers are single mothers, some of robes from pieces of bold-patterned African fabrics are for sale. Men at treadle sewing machines create napkins, placemats, and spreads. All these get adorned with shells and beads to stylish advantage. Everything is handmade and good-looking. Speaking of beauty, I won’t forget pinkorange sunsets, the warmth of the people, or the pleasures of being so close to creatures, both great and small, on their home turf. I’m so glad I got to “hobnob”


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To get away (literally) from the predictable roses and spring blooms for Mother’s Day, consider a wine/spa themed getaway in the Finger Lakes. This May, Finger Lakes Wine Country, in partnership with Finger Lakes Lakes Wine Month launching in May 2013. Get a designated driver and tootle around and tutorials. A wine/spa themed getaway could be designed for the mom in your life. The scenic, well-appointed villa resort Geneva on the Lake (genevaonthelake. com) is on the shore of Seneca Lake, with 10 acres of formal gardens, a terrace and classical sculptures. Having been there in both summer and winter, I can attest to the immediate restful qualities of its beauty (and friendly service – staff brought to my Stickley-decorated room my favorite tea with milk, honey and sugar sticks before the kitchen arrived!). Don’t miss a chance to attend one of prize-winning chef Carl Bray’s Finger Lakes wine paired dinners,

which I was keen to do after judging a culinary contest he was in (and deservedly won). Also visit the lake-front New York Wine and Culinary Center (, which has wine/cooking classes and a bistro with Finger Lakes wines and locally sourced New York State ingredients in season. Between tootling around wineries, spa time is a great relaxer. Canandaigua’s Park West Spa (parkwesthairdesignandspa. com) has a “Wine Tour Spa Package,” including a wine wrap body treatment, champagne facial and grape peel pedicure given by an amiable and informative staff. Going from hoot to haute, historic Bellhurst Castle’s ( Isabella Spa has an 80-minute treatment in honor of the namesake, which uses a variety of techniques from scrubs to aromatherapy to stretches. Some cannot get to the Finger Lakes, so here are some other suggestions. Kate Harvey and Karl Zinsmeister’s luscious

book (with photos by Noah Zinsmeister), Finger Lakes Feast; 101 Delicious Recipes from New York’s Hotspot for Wholesome Local Foods McBooks Press, 2012) has recipes from listed contributing restaurants and an informative historical introduction with topographical (as well as culinary and winery) information. Walter Scheib, who enchantingly moderated the recent inaugural Wine Symposium of the Finger Lakes, has a wonderful book (in which he includes fond tales of his mother, a former and love food), White House Chef: Eleven Years, Two Presidents, One Kitchen a wine tasting is the ticket, consider the French Institute/Alliance Francaise (www. Burgundy tasting led by Patrick Cappiello, Wine Director of the New York Palace. For further information on the Finger Lakes, check out and


Though summer in the city can turn New York City weekends into a ghost town as Manhattanites flock East and South to the beaches or North to the countryside, there are plenty of reasons to enjoy an emptied city for a Manhattan Staycation. As most New Yorkers tend to spend 80% of their time within a 10 block radius, check out a new neighborhood can seem like a mini vacation. Step back in time at the newly opened Jade Hotel is a gem tucked away in the West Village that embodies the vibrant and historical ambiance of this charming neighborhood. The lower façade is illuminated by gas lamps and entering the charming Art deco themed lobby you would almost expect to see F. Scott Fitzgerald and the literary set sitting in the library alcove decorated with thoughtfully curated anachronistic artwork. Even the rooms pay a nod to the past, drawing inspiration from the 1920s French Deco artisan Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann, awash in a palette of was created by French restauraunteur and nightlife impresario, Frederic Lesort, and serves American favorites from a classic French base in an atmosphere that evokes the glamour of Old Hollywood.

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Pod 39 is the budget friendly Pod Hotel’s newest addition that features a breathtaking rooftop atop the historic landmark Allerton House in Murray Hill. With their Northern Italian picturesque views of the East River, Chrysler Building and Empire State Building framed by neoclassical details like Corinthian columns and archways offering a timeless backdrop unlike any other Manhattan rooftop. Infusing a colorful pillows against exposed brick walls and terracotta Pod 39 145 East 39 St. 212.865.5700 After a long day of shopping and gallery walks in Soho, relax in the peacesquare foot oasis located just off of ing in David Burke’s signature takes on American classics that use seasonal farm to table ingredients. Delectable bites include pretzel crab cakes, plank roasted salmon, as well as their famous Sunday dinner Swine & Dine specials featuring roasted suckling pig all summer for $39. To keep things cool in the summer, irresistible dessert inspired milkshakes will be offered in Apple Pie and Bourbon, Strawberry Red Velvet and Mint Chocolate Chip and Rum. In keeping with the artistic roots of Soho, The garden will feature the Pillar Art Installation, created by Brooklyn-based artist Molly Dilworth that pays homage to the decorative histories of the original residents of NYC.

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To top off the weekend, Sundays will never be the same thanks to the legendary day to night Champagne Sunday brunch at the Lower East Side’s Beauty and Essex. Depending on the scene you are looking for, the retro glam downstairs dining room is a relaxing way to enjoy small sharing plates of brunch classics with a twist such as beer battered lobster tacos, fried Wash it down with their creative brunch cocktails such as a bacon infused bloody mary or the Beauty Elixir with sparkling rose, gin, cucumber and strawberry. Or pink champagne in the ladies room, no gents allowed. Upstairs, with the help of DJ Danny Estrella, the music gets the

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secure a reservation at a power player restaurant like Michaels, without connections like Graydon Carter or Anna Wintour, but summer is a perfect time to land a reservation at a perennial Manhattan favorite. With powerful friends in the art, entertainment, and publishing worlds, owner and executive chef Micheal McCarty was able to convert the most jaded New Yorkers over to California Cuisine that’s

Galli, which is Italian for “roosters” was named after the collaboration of 4 entrepreneurs who saw a need for excellent yet reasonably priced Italian comfort food in the middle of Soho. Given their loyal following, that’s exactly what they did. Executive chef Steven Gallo took most of his family’s tried and true recipes to the spotlight and recreated classic fare such as Mad calamari- a marinara laced crispy calamari dish with the right texture of crunchy and savory, zuppa di Cozzemussels in a white wine sauce, baked eggplant parmagiana, veal Milanese, and mixed seafood marinara pasta, all of which are perfectly executed. Staying true to the artistic vibe of Soho, Galli’s loft like atmosphere is complemented by exposed brick walls displaying a rotating art exhibit of local artists and Gallo’s personal collection.

Michaels 24 West 55 St. 212.767.0555

classics like seared scallops with a Thai vinaigrette, with foie gras. The only thing that can rival the food is the incredible museum worthy collection of artwork on the walls by leading contemporary artists such as David Hockney, Ed Ruscha, Jasper Johns, Richard


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Double Duty Essentials for a Quick Getaway By Hillary Latos

Tumi has always been a pioneer in lightweight yet durable luggage. Don’t be fooled by its feather light weight, the polycarbonate shell is practically bulletproof and comes with a lifetime guarantee.

Now that summer is finally here, keep your load light. Whether you’re travelling by planes, trains or automobiles, these double duty essentials are high on style and functionality and will lighted your bags for that quick getaway or well deserved long vacation. What can be better than smoothing shapewear that also slims and tones as well? Skineez skincarewear weaves healthy cosmetic ingredients in the garments that work with the body’s heat and friction to release microcapsules that moisturize and smooth out cellulite while wearing the shapewear.

Even if you don’t have perfect vision Flutter makes it easy to read the Kindle on the beach with their line of attractive and affordable reading glasses and sunglasses with an option for bifocals that are tailored to different face shapes and skin tones.

Crocs - Not only are these light and colorful huaraches bed also improves posture and can survive an all day city walking tour or a day at the beach. Avon’s line of Skin So Soft sunscreen protects your skin from the harmful rays of UVA and UVB while also keeping those pesty mosquitos at bay.

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Even if summer came more quickly than you had time to get to the gym, Spanx line of swimwear with built in compression and strategically placed draping is not only on trend but will make you look 10 lbs slimmer. And Athleta’s Ready to Run bikini top is made in high performance SPF50 fabric and offers the same support as their sports bras which is perfect for high impact water and beach sports.

Protect your clothes from your wet shoes with Jill Martin’s waterproof shoe bags with fun illustrations to from the sneakers.

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Enjoy the grandeur of the 1930’s and 40’s at Ocean City’s most historic and prestigious all suites boardwalk location, “The Flanders Hotel, Banquet & Conference Center”. This 90-year hotel has been part of the crash of 1929, a world war, and several hurricanes. The Flanders Hotel has taken on a new life as a luxury all suites hotel with panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy the charming ambience of the newly renovated lobby, with metal pan ceilings, elegant chandlers, and a collection of museum quality pieces that will keep guests fascinated for newly appointed rooms boast of ocean or bay views, while the luxurious penthouse and promenade this your perfect vacation destination. Days can be spent, dining in our restaurant, swimming in the & unique), or exploring all the city has to offer. All this just steps away from the best beaches and boardwalk in the country.

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CHERISHED LUXURY: MANHATTAN’S Whether it’s relaxing on a bench in Central Park or drinking an exotic cocktail at a trendy hotel’s rooftop bar, New Yorkers truly savor being outdoors during the warm weather months. Many fortunate city denizens can escape to the outdoors without ever having to set foot outside of their homes. They soak up the sun and nature’s beauty right on their own private outdoor spaces. In Manhattan, outdoor space is an urban luxury that comes in an assortment of sizes, shapes and styles. In today’s tight real estate market, outdoor space adds 10-20% to a property’s value and for many busy New Yorkers, the convenience of not having to leave their apartments to catch a breath of fresh air is simply priceless. It’s no secret that large private outdoor spaces are rare in Manhattan and depending on type and size, can be incredibly expensive. Exclusivity is what makes over-sized terraces and private rooftops so coveted and now a New Yorker’s obsession. In this town, there is surely no shortage of luxurious and grand apartments with private outdoor spaces that are as equally impressive as their interiors. The late society tastemaker and philanthropist Evelyn Lauder was known for the large and stunning terrace gardens that she cultivated at her elegant residence overlooking Central Park. Knowing that outdoor space is so valuable, many lucky owners feel obliged to transform these blank canvases into breathtaking natural environments or peaceful outdoor living sanctuaries. Luckily, they can always hire talented landscape architects or designers to help them transform a lifeless space into an enviable urban oasis. When it comes to terraces and rooftops, the design possibilities are endless. However, Manhattan’s buildings have stringent guidelines on what can go on a terrace or roof. Therefore, before you commence any projects, you need to evaluate the outdoor space’s structural integrity, review your building’s weight

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Bolton Landing, a charming resort community on beautiful Lake George, offers a outstanding vacation destination. Bolton Landing is located within the Adirondack Park, the largest park preserve in the United States. Lake George, one of the cleanest lakes in the world, beckons you to swim, on the lake. Come relax at one of the two public parks in Bolton Landing which are located directly on the shores of Lake George and feature beaches, playgrounds, tennis courts, boat docking, and picnicking. During the summer season enjoy a free concert on Tuesdays, a free movie on Wednesdays or a regional theatrical production on Thursdays in Rogers Memorial Park. The Bolton Landing area includes many lodging opportunities – from small family owned resorts to Bed & Breakfasts, motel & luxury accommodations. Bolton Landing is a perfect place for couples, families and for all who enjoy the outdoors. Pick up sandwiches, subs or salads at one of our delis. Launch or rent a boat at one of our marinas. Enjoy a picnic or camp on one the islands. Enjoy the beauty of our area by biking, hiking, horseback riding, or climbing the tree tops at the one of our many attractions.

at the Sagamore Resort May 10-12. Relax the body, renew the mind and refresh the spirit! The weekend includes women’s reception, fashion show, luncheon, hula hooping, stand up paddleboarding, kayaking, bellydancing, and more. For Memorial Day weekend and several other times throughout the summer, we host an Arts & Crafts show in Rogers Park. Come to the Park on June where you can purchase items from our vendors, relax and enjoy music 2-5 pm 110th Anniversary, Limited Edition Harley Davidson motorcycle. The Lake George region is rich in history. Visit Bolton Landing historical attractions such as, the Bolton Historical Museum or the Marcella Sembrich Opera Museum and the Bolton Veteran’s Memorial Park. French & Indian War re-enactment on June 15 & 16th in Rogers Memorial Park. Visitors

camp followers. Battles between watercraft and shore forces, both with cannons, will take place at 2pm each day. For an extensive history of the Adirondacks, just a scenic drive away, visit the Adirondack Museum, or visit the grounds and museum at Fort Ticonderoga. At the end of your day, return to Bolton Landing and enjoy one of our restaurants for a wonderful family meal or a romantic dinner for two. Explore our shops for that special memento to remind you of your visit to Bolton Landing on Lake George in the Adirondack Mountains. Come visit us in the fall to view the cascade of colors splashed across pristine Adirondack Festival and taste some good, local apple cider or pick up a bag of apples for the ride home. For a list of our year ‘round & summer seasonal events visit our website:

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Slip into Spring Beauty By Hillary Latos

Just as the flowers are beginning to bloom, it’s time to shed the dark shades of Winter, and welcome Spring’s colorful palette. Here’s a guide to kick start your spring beauty regime with this Spring’s hottest trends.

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runway has been the replacement of the smokey raccoon eye with a luminous pastel eye color balanced

two palettes- Pearl which has three warm golden shades and Sparkle is the cool bluer toned trio, the colors glide on smoothly and can be layered for a subtle to intense color effect

has captured the best of the emerald trend in makeup with their limited edition Oz: The Great and Powerful pigmented shadows, the bad witch palette is perfect for creating glamorous looks with dramatic and rich colors that mix emerald and citrine with a deep browns and

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In the Black By Miriam Silverberg

How do you feel about black? I ask because I just returned from walking along Madison Avenue and lunching at a rather upscale restaurant and I feel as if I just returned from a mass funeral. So many women say they’ll wear any color as long as it’s black. I don’t understand this. When everyone wears black it gets rather depressing. How can you feel cheerful when you look so drab? And in this economy feeling cheerful is essential. I know black makes you look thinner but so many of the women living in black are already so thin. Black is not an easy color to wear. It drains color from the face and

makes you look washed out. I like black and have a lot of black in my wardrobe just as I like red or any other color and have a lot in my closets. I just don›t wear black to the exclusion of any other color. Recently, I lunched with two women who both wore black head to toe. I wore a white skirt, blue-and-white striped top, gold belt and jewelry. They both commented on how nice I looked and wondered aloud whether they should stop wearing unrelieved black. They then decided that no, they would feel uncomfortable in any other color. I asked why, and their answer was, “Well, everyone wears black.” As if they were little lambs how very New York of them.

Everyone wearing black is the best reason I can think of for not wearing it I hate looking like everyone else. I love my LBD and can’t imagine being well-dressed without a few. But constantly? wearing black or any other color, try breaking print. You can try a scarf in another color or carrying a brightly colored purse. You, who always wear the same color or style - try wearing something different and write to me letting me know how you feel. I bet you’ll be surprised by how different you’ll

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Broadway By Barry Bassis In the police t.v. series, Dragnet,” Sgt. Joe Friday used to say he wanted to hear “just the facts.” Three new Broadway shows are derived from actual events, but stray from the truth to varying degrees and two even add song and dance. Nora Ephron’s “Lucky Guy” is a salute to the late Mike McAlary, a colorful New York newspaperman. McAlary started covering to Newsday to become a police reporter. His big chance came when his idol, columnist Jimmy Breslin (who is often mentioned but doesn’t appear as a character in the play), left the Daily News and McAlary replaced him. He linked up with attorney Eddie Hayes, who helped elevate McAlary’s salary and his ego. However, he almost died in a car accident when he was driving while intoxicated. The play also explores a moral low point of the reporter’s career when he mistakenly claimed that a rape victim had fabricated her account. This led to condemnation from a number of his fellow reporters. McAlary’s career ended on a high note when he won a Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the Abner Louima case. Unfortunately, he died of cancer soon afterward. Ephron, who died last year, had a fruitful relationship with Tom Hanks (“Sleepless in Seattle” and “You’ve Got Mail”) and

lack charisma on stage, but Hanks is just as likeable, more so than the man he portrays. Under the astute direction of George C. Wolfe, the play moves at a lightning pace. The whole cast is praiseworthy, including Peter Gerety and Courtney B. Vance as two of McAlary’s editors, Christopher McDonald as Hayes, and Maura Tierney as McAlary’s wife. “Lucky Guy” is running at the Broadhurst Theatre (235 W. 44th St., 212-239-6200, until July 3rd. An episode of the BBC’s “Trouble At The Top” reality show focused on the owner of a shoe-making factory in Northamptonshire, England. Shoe sales had plummeted as a result of cheap imports. The business was saved when the owner discovered a niche market and started making footwear for transvestites. The story was eventually made

about Texans in an endurance contest in which they must keep one hand on a pickup truck. There was an impressive array of talent behind the show: the script is by Doug Wright, the songs by Amanda Green and Trey Anastasio (of Phish), Neil Pepe directed and Sergio Trujillo choreographed. The cast contest is absurd but the desperate characters are treated sympathetically and there are some winning songs. The show has closed but the original cast album is coming out on

is now an upbeat Broadway musical. While it’s not as funny or as touching as “La Cage aux Folles,” the show is a crowd-pleaser with a witty script by Harvey Fierstein (who was also the writer of “La Cage”) and enjoyable songs (in a variety of styles) by Cyndi Lauper. as the cross-dressing savior of the business. Annaleigh Ashford has a comic number that should earn her a Tony nomination for best supporting actress. Jerry Mitchell’s direction and choreography maintain the laughs and the Al Hirschfeld Theatre (302 W 45th St.;




By Barry Bassis Megan Hilty is a star of the musical TV drama series “Smash,” but theatergoers know her as the Broadway star of “Wicked” and “9 To 5: The Musical.” For her debut solo CD, “It Happens All The Time,” she decided to show a different side of her talent. The album contains no theater songs. Instead, it’s a contemporary pop oriented exploration of break-up songs by Aimee Mann, Sara Bareilles, Bruno Mars, Damien Rice, Hogarth, Glen Ballard, Ne-Yo and Carrie Underwood. She lets out all the stops on “Be a Man,” urging her mate to have the nerve to tell her the relationship is over. The mood of the album is not completely downbeat. On “Walk Away” (co-written by Ne-Yo, Carrie Underwood and Luke Laird), she overcomes the painful breakup. The theme of new beginnings is continued with “No Cure” on which co-writer Hogarth joins Hilty on vocals. Hilty sounds convincing on this material, but it represents only part of her range. Last year, Hilty received rave reviews in the Encores! production of the classic musical “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.” Fortunately, the cast recorded the Jule Styne/Leo Robin

songs. Hilty plays Lorelei Lee (the Marilyn sing “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend” and “I’m Just a Little Girl from Little Rock.” This is the funny, brassy side of Hilty’s talent. The equally estimable Rachel York plays her buddy on the Encores CD with Clarke Thorell, and Aaron Lazar in the male leads. “70s and Sunny, Live at 54 Below” is Andrea McArdle’s cabaret act, a reminiscence of the decade in which she became a 13-year old star in “Annie.” Photos on the liner notes show her during that era with such luminaries as Muhammad Ali, Barbra Streisand and Michael Jackson and she also speaks about her experiences on the CD. Of course, she includes “Tomorrow” but performs songs from other Broadway shows (e.g., by Stephen Schwartz, Jerry Herman and Marvin Hamlisch) as well as from the pop world (e.g., Billy Joel and Peter Allen). McArdle’s name will always be associated developed into a charming adult performer. “Gifts” is Christiane Noll’s live album from 54 Below, where she appeared during the run of “Chaplin” (in which she played the silent star’s troubled mother). Her act is basically a musical autobiography, including

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piano accompaniment is by Ross Patterson. Noll pretty much sticks to Broadway songs (shows she appeared in such as “Ragtime” and “Jekyll and Hyde” as well as some she didn’t (Annie’s “Hard Knock Life,” “What I Did For Love” from “A Chorus Line” and “Some Enchanted Evening” from “South gems from “Baby,” “Once on This Island” and “Barnum.” She sings “The Sound of Music” in a pure soprano and tells a funny story about performing it at an audition for Julie Andrews. “Total Faith: Live from the Royal Room at the Colony” is the cabaret act of the delightful Faith Prince. She performs songs from shows she appeared in (“Guys & Dolls,” “The King & I,” “Bells Are Ringing” and the underappreciated “The Catered Affair”). She also sings “Somewhere That’s Green/ Suddenly Seymour” from “Little Shop of Horrors” and tells how she was offered the original female lead but had to turn it down, though she appeared later in the run. She does two songs about people with tattoos. While McArdle wants to go back to the 1970’s, Prince sings “Take Me Back to the Eighties.” The Colony is in Florida, but Prince still sings a couple of New York songs and ends with a tender piece by her pianist-




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When Jose Santiago takes to the stage, no matter what genre of music you prefer, you can’t help but be drawn in. A producer, songwriter, emcee and performer, Jose is a New York based artist with a soulful sound and star-studded portfolio to go with it. Since 2004, Jose has been working his way through the underground music scene, both performing and writing music for a diverse array of artists. Touring with bands such as LMFAO and Jamie Drastik, Jose garnered experience appearing in showcases across the nation, including ATL’s “Make it or Break it Tour.” He has shared the stage with artists such as Jadakiss, Stylez P, Swizz Beatz, FloRida, Tony Sunshine, and Jim Jones. His multi-faceted sound, as well as an ability to apply his expertise to so many different areas of music, makes Jose a truly compelling artist. However, it is his steadfast work ethic that has important it is to support talent with hard work. A particularly successful project that Jose is proud of is “Thank You. More Please,” which was written and produced for young talent Stella Santana, daughter of the legendary Carlos Santana. Their collaboration captured the interest of Vogue Magazine, and since then has been garnering acclaim from music critics and lifestyle enthusiasts alike. Most recently, his newest single, “Let It Go,” is on it’s way to becoming an international club anthem getting overseas airplay in Germany, Australia, New Zealand and the UK. Jose thrives on creativity; his music embodies a combination of his personal style, sound and cerebral process. “I’ve literally been mid-conversation with someone and suddenly stopped listening to them because I had to reach for my iPhone to jot down a slick metaphor, or a catchy hook that magically popped into my head….it’s kind of rude of me but I’m and artist. When artists get inspired, at least for me, everything gets blocked out and bringing an idea to life, immediately,” explains Jose. Jose recently performed with Stella Santana at Toshi’s Living Room for Resident Magazine’s Tasting New York Fundraiser hosted by Ernie Anastos, and regularly appears all over the New York area at venues including Brooklyn’ B66 Lounge, the Dorothy Jones Theater, and the Gallery Bar. He’ll be performing at New York’s legendary music online at Whether he’s writing, producing, or performing himself, Jose is an incredibly creative talent whose passion is unbridled and whose mission is clear. Expect to hear and see more of Jose in the future as he makes his way



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from the cramped tiny eateries, with hard to get reservations, serving creative riffs on circles, savvy fashionable, men and women have been seen gleefully consuming steak. After all, steakhouses are a historic pillar of New York dining. Perhaps we are all returning to the good old days when you smiled in anticipation of the mouth watering edible and proudly blurted out – ‘ I’ll have a steak.’

Desmond’s Steakhouse, a new addition on the scene is hoping to cash in with the increased craving beef. This two hundred forty seven seat, eight thousand square foot eatery at Seventh Avenue and thirty eighth Street is owner Paul Hurley’s most ambitious project to date. It’s a very different undertaking than any of his Hurley has created a stylish venue with a focus on service and quality with high grade beef that comes from New Jersey’s Strassburger Meats. He asserts his restaurant will be involved one environmentally responsible producers to the initial aging process Beef, USDA prime aged to perfection in the open to view dry aging room, shares the menu with selections from the raw bar, along with an array of non steak items. These tempting offerings name a few. Like the diverse menu, Desmond’s offers clients a choice of dining experiences with a knowledgeable, personable staff dedicated to please. You may prefer a quick bite at the marble topped bar, a casual meal at the communal table , a business meeting at one of

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In 1954 Rosemary Clooney had a mega hit with the song Mambo Italiano. In 2013 Tuvia Feldmen has a hit with Manhattan eatery “Hey Mambo.” The Upper West

tasting cake that comes as part lava cake entices even the pickiest eater and woe is to those who are on a diet; they will have to work out extra hard the next day.

diners with well-prepared food, good portions and a welcoming atmosphere.

Passersby who pause to look at the menu are often greeted by a Hey Mambo host happy to discuss the choices with them and invite them inside. The staff has earned an early reputation for friendliness that, in other eateries, wears off after the opening. Here they have not forgotten that without diners the doors close and that atmosphere has continued unabated since opening day. There is a comprehensive wine list with choices for every taste and every wallet.

Opening in January it has developed a loyal clientele of locals who have come in and given kudos to such dishes as roasted chicken with au jus, spinach and mashed potatoes. Of course there is also steak and potatoes for those who enjoy basic, solid and pleasing meals. Try the grilled sirloin with pepper and fries. Starters include rosemary focaccia with balsamic (thick and sweet with almost a honey taste) vinegar, olive oil and olives. Beyond basic dishes Hey Mambo also offers a fusion of Italian, French and Mediterranean choices. An especially interesting dish is the Bocotini with shredded short ribs, onions and Bolognese sauce. Diners have commented that the pasta was “perfectly al dente” and the meat almost melted in the mouth. Fish dishes are a house specialty as is the risotto. Chocolate cake has guests wishing they had more room to enjoy it. A sweet

The interior of the restaurant is dark and romantic, but not so dark that you can’t see. Orange-yellow circles gently glow on the walls and chandeliers of glass globes hang from the ceiling. Bar chairs are quite comfortable and are made of (maybe) cowhide. overwhelming diners and taking away from the experience. Water glasses are

diner never has the feeling that they are helicoptering overhead. Credit cards are accepted. The price range is moderate and the restaurant offers takeout but does not deliver. Reservations are accepted and Hey Mambo is kid friendly. As warm weather approaches those who have become regulars anxiously await the opening

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New York has, arguably, the most diverse offerings of ethnic and regional dining options any where in the world. In the past such cuisines offered only a handful of choices such as Indian dishes with spice that would make Andrew Zimmern’s taste buds cry “Uncle.” That no longer is the case as experiences chefs have developed offerings designed to excite the palate of even the most sophisticated diner. The East Village’s Malai Marke is one such example of evolving ethnic retaurants. East Sixth Street where the restaurant is located, has come a long way from its early days as a Jewish enclave in tenements and streets teeming with pushcarts and local shops. It is now a desirable location for those seeking a wonderful culinary experience. Malaia Marke has been described as a welldecorated, particularly romantic, particularly fresh and particularly delicious restaurant. The waitstaff has been recognized as being knowledgeable and willing to offer suggestions. They are there to help, serve and

hovering over diners. Topping popularity on the menu are the puffy luchi bread. The waitstaff never hurries diners and even leaves plates with sauce untouched so that diners can continue to enjoy as they soak it up with crisp roti. Indian restaurants have learned that not so long was a hallmark of Indian food. At another restaurant in an exclusive hotel, a diner had taken a mouthful of a curry dish and sat there with smoke coming out of her nostrils. The imperious waiter looked at her and commented: “It does take some getting used to.” That will never happen at Malai Marke. Dishes are prepared and serve dto the diner’s taste. The concern here is that the diner should have a pleasurable experience and fully enjoy the meal. Malai Marke’s Chennai goat curry is spiced but not in a manner as to numb the senses and taste buds. And if you would like a

milder version, just ask for it. Chicken with coconut, peanuts and poppyseeds was well prepared. Meat dishes are tender, tasty and com with generous portions. Lamb pasanda and comes in a creamy sauce. Although the portions appear small when delivered in a pot, it is deceiving. There is more than enough to share with others at the table. Nan bread is tasty on its own and is enhanced when used to dip in the sauce. Rice is a bottomless dish and comes in unlimited

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Mirasol Country Club MODEL PERFECT! Golf Equity is available with this home. This sought after 4 Bedroom, 4 Bath home is light and bright with an open concept and very appealing. The kitchen has raised panel doors, 42” cabinets with complimentary granite countertops. Throughout the home are volume ceilings,

8 ft doors all with applied moldings. Tile throughout the home are 24” on the diagonal with a decorative inlay in the foyer. The luxurious master bath has a Roman Spa Tub, and frameless shower door. The guest baths all have marble vanity tops with complimentary cabinets. Additional interior enhancements are crown molding, surround sound in the living area, master suite and patio. This home has

a water filtration system. In addition, there is an Aqualink system controlling both rear landscape lighting and interior pool settings from inside the house. The pool and patio area are enhanced with an extraordinary lot and a very private water view. This beautiful home is a pleasure to entertain in.


Ibis Golf And Country Club FABULOUS PANORAMIC WATER AND GOLF VIEW. This lovely home has 3 bedrooms with 3 full baths. The patio is oversized and screened with a gas heated pool

with raised spa. Enter the home through double French doors into a large foyer and living area. The Kitchen and Family Room are very open with plenty of room for entertaining. The kitchen is “Chef ’s Dream” with an abundance of 42”cabinets, complimented with a custom

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Mirabella Palm Beach Gardens, FL Charming “Bella” home with a lovely tropical feel. It sits on a premium lot with a fantastic lake view. The second bedroom is oversized and can serve as two bedrooms; very versatile. Upgraded features include an Oversized Lot, upgraded kitchen, central vac and crown molding. Mirabella is a gated community with a spacious Clubhouse, fitness center and aerobics room, 4 tennis courts, large heated pool, card room & business center. Country Club prices are going up in Palm Beach County. Now is the time to invest in a new lifestyle!!! The volume of closed sales are up by 23% from last year. BUY A HOME FROM KAREN CARA AND RECEIVE A FREE I-PAD. OFFER VALID THROUGH MAY 31, 2013…

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B An authentic ambience combined with authentic food makes for one spectacular evening out. Il Tessoro, of the Upper East Side, delivers chef/owner AJ Black’s interpretation of classic Italian food that translates into delicious dishes that are perfectly prepared and presented. Think authentic Tuscan cuisine within the restaurant’s chic and sophisticated interior. Mr. Black has brought to New Manhattan, I would have thought we were in a hill town of Tuscany. This intimate space with mood lighting is perfect for lovers, friends, small groups, and







food lovers of all stripes. An elegant and cozy atmosphere makes them a popular meeting place where friendship reigns supreme. You can’t imagine eating boring food in this splashy but sophisticated kitchen that elevates it to an entertaining and inviting experience. Appetizers like Octopus “Pizzaiola,” sautéed with tomatoes, capers, olives and anchovies and Cozze “Fra Diavola,” (mussels) sautéed in spicy tomato sauce and basil set the tone for this jewel of the Upper East Side. A personal favorite of mine was the succulent Beef Carpaccio, which was thinly sliced and dressed with Balsamic vinegar, lemon, and capers over a bed of arugula and topped with Parmesan cheese.

The pastas, as one might expect, were excellent. My guest and I very much enjoyed the Paglia Fient Trevizana (the name alone is a mouthful). It was a white Wild mushroom with sweet pees, prosciutto, radicchio and parmesan – it was so heavenly that I ordered a second dish so that I could have more for lunch! Another hit was the Ravioli l’Arogusto. It was stuffed with fresh lobster and a brown butter, sage and lobster sauce; the dough of the ravioli was fresh and the cream was just the right consistency to bind everything together. As with everything they do, the entrees and desserts were well crafted and delicious. In addition, we loved the extensive (and heavily Italian) wine. Go for a lovely night out with happy that you did so! It’s become one of my regular spots and I’m sure I’ll run into you

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KENNEBUNKPORT Once just a quaint fishing village, Kennebunkport, Maine, is quickly becoming a vacation

destination for travelers seeking an easy-to-reach location, fine dining, countless activities and luxurious—yet affordable—accommodations. A simple four-hour drive from New York, Kennebunkport is an ideal weekend escape for those looking for a quick getaway. We pick some of our favorite spots in this beautiful jewel of the southern Maine coast. NATURAL LUXURY If you truly want to experience the beauty of Maine, but with all the comforts of a luxury hotel, it doesn’t get any better than Hidden Pond. Tucked away on 60 acres of birch and sweet fern forest, Hidden Pond has been referred to as “the Ritz Carlton of summer camps.”

addition, a daily breakfast basket will be delivered right to your door.

At Hidden Pond, the hardest part of each day may be deciding what to do next. Wander meandering nature trails, or take a beach cruiser bike and explore Kennebunkport’s winding back roads. Go paddleboarding, learn how to build a bird house, Prominently perched on the Atlantic Ocean or take a yoga class surrounded by nature at All of Hidden Pond’s beautifully appointed on Maine’s picturesque southern coast, the the Farm. Or for a true indulgence, book guest cottages feature flat screen TVs, air seaside village of Kennebunkport boasts & Resort, a grand summer estate nearby an appointment at the Tree Spa,innestled conditioning, wireless internet, screened pristine beaches, diverse accommodations, into the trees above the lush forest floor. outdoor showers,that Frette and varied and limitless porches, activities in arainsetting options for travelers. Included linens, fireplaces, and iPod docking is at once stylish and traditional. The If the beach is more your speed, head to stations. beauty Two-bedroom also inabundant natural of cottages its four Hidden Pond’s sister property, The Tides clude makes full kitchens which can be stocked distinct seasons Kennebunkport Beach Club, where “Beach Tenders” will be favorites prior to arrival. In a versatile with and your desirable year-round destination, with high season occurring in July and August. Kennebunkport is located just 25 minutes from downtown Portland, a short two-hour drive from

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located at 113 Nassau Street is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for affordable rental apartments in Lower Manhattan. This project is financed with Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits and tax-exempt bonds issued by the New York State Housing Finance Agency (HFA). Thirty-four (34) apartments are set-aside for low and very low-income households. The size, rent and income requirement are as follows: SET ASIDE FOR HOUSEHOLDS WITH INCOMES AT OR BELOW 50% OF AREA MEDIAN INCOME # Apts Available

Household Size

Apartment Type*

Monthly Rent**

Total Gross Annual Income Range*** (Min-Max)





$27,440 - $30,100


1 2

1 BR 1 BR

$732 $732

$29,950 - $30,100 $29,950 - $34,400


2 3 4

2 BR 2 BR 2 BR

$892 $892 $892

$32,050 - $34,400 $32,050 - $38,700 $32,050 - $42,950

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Household Size

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Monthly Rent**

Total Gross Annual Income Range*** (Min-Max)





$21,440 - $24,080


1 2

1 BR 1 BR

$571 $571

$23,080 - $24,080 $23,080 - $27,520


2 3 4

2 BR 2 BR 2 BR

$699 $699 $699

$24,320 - $27,520 $24,320 - $30,960 $24,320 - $34,360

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*SUBJECT TO OCCUPANCY CRITERIA ** INCLUDES GAS FOR HEAT & COOKING **RENTS SUBJECT TO CHANGE ***INCOME REQUIREMENTS SUBJECT TO CHANGE APPLICANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO MEET INCOME, HOUSEHOLD AND ADDITIONAL CRITERIA. Preference will be given to: Manhattan Community Board #1 residents for 17 units; mobility-impaired persons for 2 units; visual and/or hearing impaired persons for 1 unit; City of New York municipal employees for 2 units; and New York City residents for all units.

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To request an application, mail a POSTCARD to: 113 Nassau Apartments, P.O. 1133, New York, NY 10159 – 1133. Request must be received by May 22, 2013. Completed applications must be returned by regular mail to a different post office box that will be listed on the application and must be postmarked by May 22, 2013.

Darryl C. Towns, Commissioner/CEO

Applications postmarked after May 22, 2013 will be logged in after all of the applications. Applications will be selected by lottery. No broker or application fee should be paid to anyone regarding these applications. Since there are only 34 available units, only the first 2,000 requests for an application will be honored. Remaining applications will create a waitlist for future applications.

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Living in Manhattan, I walk everywhere. Very few Manhattanites can make that claim. I used to live in Queens and the primary reason I moved to Manhattan was not to have to use the subway. It’s the most wonderful feeling to pass a subway station and just pass it---not have to walk down those steps to doom. I’ve always thought that every subway station should have a sign overhead, “all who enter here abandon hope.” I feel this way because I can’t forget the bad, old days when the subways were really dangerous and I can’t wrap my head around the idea that subways have changed. Anyway, most people don’t walk. They say they do but they really don’t. You ask the average New Yorker if they do much walking

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and the answer you’ll get will be something like this. “Oh, I walk everywhere. Unless, of course, it’s raining, it’s snowing, it’s too hot, it’s too cold, it’s too late, I’m too tired or else I’m not in the mood. But except for that I walk everywhere.” Which, of course, means they walk nowhere. When I say I walk everywhere, I mean I walk everywhere. I allow for very few exceptions. I live in the East 50s and had a restaurant client opposite City Hall. According to Google, that’s four miles each way. I walked back and forth (eight miles) almost every time I lunched there. Once I did make an exception. It was raining and very windy. I walked out of my building and a gust of wind blew my umbrella inside out. I decided

umbrella steady so I went back inside, did some work and left an hour later and took the subway. I seldom take the bus, either. The only time I do is to go to the Cloisters. During the spring and summer I love takng the Madison Avenue bus to the Cloisters at 190th and the Hudson. By bus it’s well over an hour and even I wouldn’t think of walking there. But I’m always so surprised when I see young, able-bodied peope get on the bus and then get off two stops later. That’s four blocks and they can’t walk it? Walking is the best exercise and the best way to really see and enjoy the City. No one has ever been injured


iscretely nestled on a residential street, two blocks from the elite shopping of Worth Avenue, the supremely intimate Brazilian Court Hotel built in 1926, masterfully combines new world luxury with old world charm. Designed by famed architects Rosario Candela and Maurice Fatio, the Brazilian Court is a stylish icon with lush courtyards and classic Spanish-Mediterranean architecture that define a generation of beauty. Rivaling the pedigree of the hotel’s historic guest list are the exclusive set of on-property amenities, including Café Boulud, a namesake outpost of Michelin 3 Star winner, Chef Daniel Boulud, and a Frederic Fekkai Salon and Spa.




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