I admit to seeing the Pinocchio exhibit at MOMA before seeing the movie. I wish I did the reverse, but the exhibit really brought home how much work went into the movie-making and I think I watched it (in awe) the next night.Continue reading “The Pinocchio Exhibit at MOMA: The Making of Pinocchio”
We’d been seeing the ads for a few months now, a Broadway musical set in high school with a woman way out of high school playing the lead. I’d heard good things, but didn’t know much about it. Got tickets without doing any more research. Is Kimberly Akimbo good for kids?Continue reading “Review: Is Kimberly Akimbo Good for Kids?“
We visited some of the NYC holiday windows 2022 edition and we’re excited to share them here.Continue reading “NYC holiday windows 2022”
When visiting the holiday windows, the Macy’s holiday windows are always just a wee bit out of the way. So we made a separate trip to see them. What to expect from the Macy’s holidays windows in 2021? Take a look.Continue reading “Macy’s Holiday Windows 2021”
We often visit Tiffany’s during our holiday window walk in November or December. They have fantastic windows and the store is great to poke around (and they have nice bathrooms). The flagship store is going through a major overhaul, but I still wanted to go in during this holiday season. The renovation isn’t expected to be complete until fall 2022. You can now shop in the Tiffany Flagship Next Door store, which looks polished enough to be a regular jewelry store.Continue reading “Tiffany’s Flagship Next Door”
The Harry Potter store opened in NYC in June, and I’m guessing it’s still as busy now as it was when it opened. We went last weekend (mid-December) on a Sunday, which is probably one of the busiest times we could have gone. To find out more about the virtual queue system, scroll to the bottom. Getting INTO the 21,000 foot store is an ordeal. What to Expect at the Harry Potter Store in NYC? Read on.Continue reading “What to Expect at the Harry Potter Store in NYC”
What to expect when visiting the new FAO Schwarz? This store, on the ground level of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, does not disappoint.
You might recall that FAO Schwarz left its flagship 5th Avenue location in 2015. We still think of it when we walk by, but it was fun to go back in and see some of the same excitement in a different location.Continue reading “Visiting the New FAO Schwarz”
If you’re looking for some things to do this holiday season in NYC, Jersey Kids has some ideas, brought to you by CAMP.
CAMP wants to help you have tons of fun at their immersive in-store experiences, help you make unique and clever gifts for your family and friends, and to show you some great toys (ahem, good presents!). Whether you live in NYC or are visiting, you’ll have options for great seasonal outings.
Here are some of the CAMP NYC holiday highlights:Continue reading “This holiday season: NYC CAMP has you covered”
With Broadway back, we had a staycation weekend in NYC. We found the Staypineapple Hotel in midtown and prices weren’t too bad for a Saturday night. It was such a cute hotel I wanted to post about it! Here’s our review: Staypinapple Hotel.Continue reading “Review: Staypineapple Hotel in NYC”