Organic Success, The Holstee Way

To be honest, I don’t remember where or how I discovered The Holstee Manifesto. What I do remember is the way it opened my eyes, awakening me from a mid-life slumber. A simple declaration scattered with life altering statements: Do what you love. Travel Often. Share your passion. Stop overanalyzing. Life is short.Crafted on the... Continue Reading →


Changing Course

by Guest Blogger Tracy Kaler I went to work for the last time today. My final commute to New Jersey--I am certainly happy about that. What will I do tomorrow? That is the question.It's never easy changing routine, even if it's welcome change. But I do have an agenda.I will go to Alvin Ailey for my dance... Continue Reading →

The Flavor of Portugal: Alfama Restaurant

An authentic piece of Portugal shines right in the middle of Midtown Manhattan near the corner of East 52nd and 3rd Avenue. After spending a decade in the trendy West Village, Alfama, named for the oldest district of Lisbon, has relocated and settled comfortably into Midtown East, recreating a unique dining experience, which offers the best of... Continue Reading →

The Art of Reading

 We started thinking, what would the world be like without physical books. And how would we want to keep those pieces of the physical reading experience alive. ~Todd Lawton, Out of Print The year was 1984. Second graders Todd Lawton and Jeff LeBlanc met for the first time and became fast friends, sharing many common... Continue Reading →

Some KIND of Wonderful

Families at Little Sisters of the Assumption (LSA) in East Harlem received a special act of kindness this past Friday when Baby Buggy, KIND, and actress and mom Tiffani Thiessen delivered diapers and other essentials. A Baby Buggy partner since 2004, LSA has been providing family health services for more than fifty years. “What we... Continue Reading →

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