Location: Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas, 260 W. 23rd St., New York, NY 10011
Venue: Rocky Horror Picture Show
Admission: $9.00 in person, $10.00 through website/movie app
Thoughts: This is one of my favorite musicals. I first experienced the movie on my computer a few years ago. Soon after I heard of this being shown in the theater here in NYC I knew I had to go see it. They had a mini dance party before the show began along with their own particular brand of hazing, for initiating new audience members into the experience. Recommended to go in a group and buy tickets early. Dress up, it’s too good of an opportunity to pass up.
I’ve included my favorite songs from the movie below.
Meat on a cone
Sellers of meat on a cone
A converted warehouse that hosts a variety of things to see, hear, taste, and buy. Such as billiards, blacklight mini golf, ping pong, giant Jenga, live indie bands (dismissible), table hockey, various arcade games. Continue reading
Summer Streets: For 3 Saturdays in August every year, Park Ave is closed off for bikers, walkers, and runners. (between the hours of 7am-1pm)
*I recommend going, because how often do you get to walk around in NYC for miles in the middle of the road with no traffic.* :)
After riding on the 7 train and transferring to the A at Times Square, I reached my destination (I got off at 190th Street on the A). The Cloisters is a part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, located on the banks of the Hudson River and surrounded by Fort Tryon Park in Northern Manhattan. It houses European art from the 9th to about 14th century. Continue reading
A video tutorial showing you how to make Washi Eggs for Easter.