The 15th annual WhiskyFest will hit New York City October 26 – 27. The Marriott Marquis Times Square will be hosting the event, that will feature a selection of more than 250 whiskies from around the world. Whisky enthusiasts will be treated to some of the rarest and most expensive whiskies you can find.
The 2012 AKC (American Kennel Club) Meet the Breeds event, will feature over 200 breeds of Cats and Dogs. The event which is in its forth year will take place at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City on October 20-21. Get your tickets today!
The 68th Annual NYC Columbus Day Parade will take place on Monday, October 8. The parade which has been organized in New York since 1929 is the world’s largest celebration of Italian-American culture. The event which will be televised globally includes, 35,000 marchers with over 100 groups, including bands, floats and contingents. Nearly one million spectators are expected. This year, the parade route begins on Fifth Avenue at 44th Street, and continues north along Fifth Avenue to 72nd Street.
Off-Broadway week is from September 17 – 30. 2 for the price of 1 tickets are now on sale for top productions. This is a great time to see some of the best off broadway shows at discount prices. The list of shows that you can see include; Avenue Q, The Awesome 80s Prom, The Berenstain Bears in Family Matters, the Musical, Black Angels Over Tuskegee, Blue Man Group, Bullet for Adolf, Channeling Kevin Spacey, Closer Than Ever, COCK, Cougar the Musical, Doña Flor y Sus Dos Maridos, Don’t Go Gentle, The Fantasticks, Forbidden Broadway, Fuerza Bruta , Gazillion Bubble Show, Harper Regan, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Locuras en Wichita, Mary Broome, Modern Terrorism, Old Jews Telling Jokes, Perfect Crime, Rain Pryor’s Fried Chicken and Latkes, Red Dog Howls, SILENCE! The Musical, Sistas: The Musical and STOMP.
The 86th Annual Feast of San Gennaro will take place this year from September 13-23. Little Italy in Lower Manhattan will be transformed into a giant feast of Italian cuisine that includes, religious processions, colorful parade, free musical entertainment, and a world-famous Cannoli eating competition.
Fashion’s Night Out was a spectacular night of glitz, glamour and fun! New York City fashionistas were truly in their glory as they took to the streets with their own unique style and swagger. There were many moments throughout the night when I thought, this is why “I Love New York”. Uninhibited style being rocked at the highest level. The streets of SOHO were filled with hundreds of people that were trying to get a glimpse of any celebrity that appeared on the scene and the Meat Packing district was the ultimate party zone.
Fashion Night Out is an awesome prelude to New York City’s Fashion Week. Tons of celebrities that include designers, models, athletes, actors and musicians, descend upon NYC for all to see. Tonight’s FNO is a one of a kind luxury NYC shopping experience. Check out the list below of where the hot spots are and where the celebrities will be.
Broadway week will run from September 4 – September 16. This is the perfect time to go out and see a musical on Broadway. 2 for the price of 1 tickets are on sale now to some of the top shows on Broadway that include, Bring It On, Chaplin, Chicago, An Enemy of the People, Evita, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Jersey Boys, The Lion King, Mamma Mia!
The 2012 West Indian Labor Day Parade was an awesome festivity of history, culture, music, dance and food. People from all over the world attended the parade which is one of the largest in New York City to celebrate West Indian heritage from countries that include Jamaica, Trinidad, Tobego, Martinique, Barbados, Bahamas, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent the Grenadines and more…
This year will mark the 45th anniversary of the West Indian American Day Parade & Carnival. This parade is one of the city’s biggest that takes place yearly on Labor Day. Thousand’s of people will line the streets of Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights, Brooklyn to dance and partake in a Caribbean tradition.