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Classic Harbor Line @ 12th Ave, New York, NY 10011
Key Points about this Tour: 2.75 hours Ticket price is per person. Minimum of 2 and Maximum of 9 ticket purchase for $112 Private elegant tables assigned to each booking. Each features cushioned section, a large exterior window and plexiglass dividers. Offered aboard Manhattan or Manhattan II (1920s inspired yachts) Capacity limitations will follow the New York State guidelines Fully Circumnavigates the Island of Manhattan. Hosted &...
Thursday Oct 5th, 11:30am–2:15pm Eastern Time
Kings County Distillery @ 299 Sands St, Brooklyn, NY 11205
Take a guided tour of Kings County Distillery, the oldest whiskey distillery in New York City since prohibition. Learn more about the rich history of whiskey and how it helped shaped America. Stand on the distillery floor and learn more about the science and magic of mashing, fermentation and pot distillation. Take in the angel's share in our barrel room and find out how the spirit is mellowed by the oak while it picks up all it's color and develops...
Wednesday Oct 4th, 5–6pm Eastern Time
Abigail's Kitchen @ 193 Henry St, New York, NY 10002
Too shy to buy at those amazing markets in Chinatown? No more! We meet in Chinatown to buy fish and groceries, then take our purchases back to the kitchen, where you learn to fillet, then sauté, poach, bake, and grill in this comprehensive class. Important Note: Class Price is for One Person only
Sunday Oct 8th, 11am–4pm Eastern Time
"Wildman" Steve Brill @ Prospect Park - Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY 11238
A great abundance of edible and medicinal wild plants and mushrooms makes this park a great place for edible and medicinal plants and mushrooms in late summer. Burdock, an expensive detoxifying herb sold in health food stores, abounds in cultivated areas throughout the park. You can also use this invasive species as a superb root vegetable, or even marinate and bake it, to make "Wildman's" Vegan Beef Jerky! The root of sassafras, which makes tea...
Saturday Oct 7th, 1:30–4:30pm Eastern Time
Classic Harbor Line @ 12th Ave, New York, NY 10011
Key Points about this tour: 2 Hours Ticket price is per person. Aboard Adirondack - inspired by the pilot schooners of the 1890s Sails past One World Trade Center, Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty We ask you to eat before or after your sail. 80 Feet in length and about 2000 square feet of sail area Very popular for date night and entertaining out of town guests! One complimentary beer, wine, Champagne or soft drink is offered. Additional...
Wednesday Oct 4th, 5:15–7:15pm Eastern Time
at New York School of Interior Design - Upper East Side
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The Neue Galerie is one of New York City’s most unsung—and most understated—art and design destinations. The Neue Galerie (or “New Gallery” in German) houses a singular collection of art and design objects from Austria and Germany, dating from 1890 to 1940. Notably, the collection, compiled in large part by Ronald S. Lauder, includes Gustav Klimt’s masterpiece, The Woman in Gold. The gallery’s greatest strength, however, lies in the clarity and cohesion of its curation. And its greatest charms lie in its home: a landmark building completed in 1914 by the architectural firm Carrère & Hastings, known for their design of the New York Public Library.
On this tour, students will trace the evolution of Austrian and German art and design from the grace and opulence of fin-de-siècle Vienna to the austerity and anxiety of the interwar years in Germany with Kelly Konrad, MA, professor of Art and Design History and Theory at Parsons School of Design. Students will not only marvel at Klimt’s brushstrokes and the gallery’s gilded age architecture, but also reacquaint themselves with such influential design movements as the Vienna Secession and Wiener Werkstätte.
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New York School of Interior Design prepares its students to lead the profession by providing a deep and broad education to aspiring interior designers and working professionals, drawing upon expert faculty, current tools and technology, and close industry relationships.
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