Planning to pop the question in the city that never sleeps? On a scale of one to The Notebook, we think it would be pretty romantic, and to give you the scope of your options, we've rounded up some of our favorite New York City proposal ideas.
It didn't hit me until I met a newcomer at work, a woman who had just moved to New York City from California, brand new to the industry.
Enjoy going to a wedding or two this summer. Have fun, drink champagne and eat cake, but don't consume yourself with what someone else's wedding vows mean about your own life. Your life is wonderful, and it is wholly yours.
The next time you're faced with a tough decision think critically, but also consider what your gut is saying. As you get older and acquire more life experience, you begin to realize the importance of the broader picture. How will the decisions you make affect your mind, body and spirit?
May I introduce to you: The "boyf." Simple, just like the name. It isn't for everyone, and it is crucial to keep the communication open about the situation to avoid broken hearts (or windows) on either side.
The issue of New York's garbage is considered by many to be intractable due to the size, scale and the fast-paced lifestyle that this city is famous for. The city that never sleeps seems to be either too busy or too tired to sort its garbage.
"Our thinking here is aligned with support for scale, rapid prototyping and agility."
Over the course of his illustrious 20-year career Derek Jeter's numbers are remarkably consistent, but in order to truly appreciate what he has contributed to the game of baseball, all of us must look past the statistics.
This week in Daily Giving, we continue making two seed grants every day to social change visionaries around the world. Please join us as a member of ...
New York State's Public Service Commission (PSC) is currently reviewing Comcast's plan to purchase Time Warner Cable for over $45 billion, a merger which would link the nation's two largest cable companies.
It seems foreign buyers are so interested in pooling their money into real estate that they have ventured into the rest of the country to buy -- in the past year they have purchased approximately $92.2 billion worth of U.S. real estate.
If you love to explore or collect art and happen to be in NYC this summer, a private tour of Waterfall Mansion should be a priority.
For far too long, low and moderate-income families have been squeezed out, or left out, of most of the new developments built or proposed across the five boroughs.
By Lauren Walser Three teenagers stand on the Tent of Tomorrow's...
You can see big changes happening across America as communities from Fairbanks to St. Petersburg transform their streets into appealing places for people, not just cars and trucks.
The last time we moved, three years ago, I had the Herculean task of consolidating beautiful things from many years of living in a large home into a proper amount that would fit into an apartment... across the country. This time, the move will not be nearly as far-flung, and the space will be relatively the same, just reconfigured. So, it will be a "breeze." I thought.