The Local’s Guide to NYC’s Flower District
Searching for a slice of nature in the concrete jungle? You’ll find your very own greenery-filled getaway in the New York City Flower District. This tiny stretch of city block, a little-known paradise on 28th Street between 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue, is home to the busiest flower market in the country.
What to See Near New York City’s High Line
It didn’t take long for the High Line to become an overnight sensation after being unveiled in 2009. Occupying a 1.45-mile-long strip formerly a freight rail line, the elevated, urban park and greenway is a smart example of adaptive reuse and, today, remains one of New York’s most popular attractions for locals and visitors alike.
Vintage Vinyl: Where to Buy Golden Oldies in NYC
These days, what’s old is new again, and luckily that sentiment applies to LPs. Because New York City is already a music lover’s town, it’s no surprise that a surplus of brick-and-mortar stores caters to both discerning vinyl junkies and laidback collectors alike. From jazz to punk to classical, check out these six indie venues
Shopping antique pieces and vintage threads in Palm Springs
Within the California desert town is a thriving collection of antique and vintage shops, fit for outfitting the closet or living room of your dreams.
Five Shopping Gems in NYC
Already a popular destination for eating and drinking, Nomad is also home to some of New York’s trendiest shopping.
Fairfax Ave and the pop-up merch shop
Music titans have transformed a sleepy stretch of pavement into the streetwear center of LA.