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Hamilton: An All-Inclusive Musical

Broadway has been around for decades and is still a very prominent part of American entertainment today. Each year, shows on Broadway, located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, attract millions of people from all over the world, last year’s attendance reaching an all time high of over 13,270,343 people. Even with

Two witches, a broomstick, and a bubble

https://youtu.be/bFocWj48wu4 For hundreds of years, witches have been known as a representation of evil and darkness. They have been used to convey messages of wickedness throughout all points in time, from old witch hunts, to the image of witches on Halloween decorations. However, in the last century, this image has begun

Coming to NYC? Here’s some advice!

Over the last 6 weeks, I've developed a great love for the "city that never sleeps", and I highly recommend taking the time to come and visit! This last week, I went out and found some locals close to where I live and asked them for advice or tips on

Donuts + ice cream = Holey Cream

Gabby and I ventured out and found ourselves the best ice cream treat, smashed right between two slices of a donut. Give it a try! https://youtu.be/7Vu6ObbseJA (Video by Lindsey Jergensen and Gabriella Davis)

Crepes & wine, minus the wine

Located on the corner of Lexington Avenue and 94th street in New York City, Bonjour Crepes and Wine offers a great option for all meals of the day. While they have more than just crepes, the crepes are what they are known for. In the last week alone, I have gone

A wickedly good… and bad hero

In most stories, the main character or hero tends to go through what is known as the “Hero’s Journey”. This journey was originally outlined by Joseph Campbell as the internal path that a character follows as they move through their lives and through the plot or storyline of their story,

The Sweetest Store in NYC: Dylan’s Candy Bar

Dylan’s Candy Bar is a store full of colorful candies and rich chocolates. Targeting young children and their parents, Dylan’s Candy Bar is full of colorfully packaged treats that go perfectly with the bright patterned walls. Dylan’s creates a Willy Wonka feel to bring in consumers and entice them to

Melt in your mouth not in your hand

Walking into the M&M store in Times Square, New York, is an experience in and of itself. With three floors and the smell of chocolate wafting through the air, it’s impossible to not be excited as you explore the different parts of the store. The store is set up in three

The sweetest show in all of New York

With a theater as sweet as the show itself, Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory really comes to life in this Broadway musical. Located on the west side of 46th street in Times Square, this theater looks like a chocolate factory on the outside, bringing the feel and magic

Justice and Wonder Woman

Almost every little kid dreams of growing up and becoming a superhero – a Superman with super strength and the ability to fly, a Batman cleaning the streets of crime, or even a Spiderman swinging around New York City. It has been proven that we love a good story about

Einstein, the Refugee

Refugee - a controversial word in today's divisive politics. This advertisement was part of a series of advertisements for Genius, a National Geographic TV show. It caught my attention because it was a series of multiple posters which were all the same, the only differences were the words on the

Dead Men Tell No Tales

One of the most iconic images of New York City is the well-known, yellow taxi cab. These cabs fill the streets of Manhattan and are an excellent way to advertise. Advertisements placed on the top of these taxis will be seen all throughout the day, day after day, and all

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