Taste of Cornell
Welcome to NYC Cornellians’ inaugural Taste of Cornell! We are thrilled to have you join us for an evening of food, fun, and friends. With a fantastic lineup of critically acclaimed restaurants, beverage purveyors, and esteemed bakers, this evening will expand your palette while nourishing your soul. And what’s special: All the companies are owned or operated by Cornellians.
How Relationship Science Can Help You Find Love And Make It Last!
Finding a career path that you love in college isn’t easy. There are a lot of false starts disguised as love at first sight. And then there’s the heartbreak when you realize your desired career path isn’t working out. But if you keep following your curiosity, you’ll stumble onto a career path you love. That’s exactly what Dr. Marisa Cohen did.
Joshua Fried Creates Dance Music That Makes You Shake Your Booty.
Born with an ear for music and to a family of musicians, Joshua Fried (class of 1981) fell in love with music at an early age. One of his earliest memories, which he vividly recalls, was obsessing about the melodic sequence of As Time Goes By; he repeatedly asked his mother to sing it so he could dissect how it was composed. Fried would later explore various roles in the music industry: He became a drummer, played the piano, and was even a member of several orchestras.
Parenting Coach Amy McCready Teaches Parents How To “Un-Entitle” Their Children In Her New Step-By-Step Guidebook
Parents: Does this sound familiar? It’s a Saturday afternoon and you are cleaning up the house. You ask little Zoey, age 8, to help you. Instead of helping you tidy up, Zoey is watching her favorite show on TV and doesn’t lift a finger. Fast forward to Sunday morning and you are driving Jackson, age 12, to his baseball game. You go over the “Game Day” checklist with Jackson in the car and he tells you that his baseball bag is on the hook in the garage—at home! Out of love, you turn the car around to get the bag. If this sounds awfully familiar, you may have an entitlement problem in your house.
At Preschool Of Rock, Every Student Is With The Band
Picture this: The stage is set for the band. The audience is in their seats. The emcee says, “Presenting…the Preschool of Rock Band.” Then the curtain opens revealing your little superstar and the other tiny bandmates. To thunderous applause, the children begin their “mini” show. Michael Napolitano, the band’s founder, begins playing live music. The kids then join in by beating their drums: some play air guitars, others sing. They dance, and, of course, they shake.
From singing with Miss Piggy to chatting it up with famous guests, New York Family cover star Harry Connick Jr. effortlessly charms his daytime fans.
I’ve always wanted to attend a taping of a show. So, when my editor asked me to attend a taping of “Harry,” I immediately agreed. This was my chance to see a show taping and it’s star, Harry Connick Jr.! I was curious about how a one-hour daytime show was created: What really happens behind-the-scenes? Is the environment chaotic? Is it as glamorous as it looks on TV? How’s his staff? And more importantly, is Connick a nice guy?
Where music, conversation, collaboration, and friendship converge for a musical good time!
Come for the music and to have a good time, and leave with a lifelong friend. That’s the experience Hootenanny creates at each of its performances.
“Oh Boy!” is a moving tale about a young, gay man and his unplanned family.
Over the years, the word “family” has transformed into an expansive concept: A good number of today’s families do not resemble the quintessential nuclear family that dominated the landscape years ago. In its place is a modern family tree that is a little more complex with its own unique issues, as evident in one of the latest shows to hit the Broadway stage.
Add a twinkle to your child’s eye by visiting these festive window displays.
Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, and the famous Rockefeller Center Christmas tree is lit, the magic and wonder of the holiday season is in full swing in NYC. But nothing captures the spirit of this joyous time like the longstanding tradition of iconic retailers transforming their window displays into elaborate works of art!
Families can immerse themselves in Cuba’s complex history, vibrant culture, and remarkable biodiversity without leaving NYC.
Most people know Cuba as a Caribbean island famous for its cigars, music, and old cars. But Cuba is more than just its legendary tobacco products, rhythmic music, and vintage American automobiles. It’s a country with a rich culture and a unique natural history, which is currently the focus of a groundbreaking exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH).