Everyone watched the movie “Dirty Dancing,” right? So, according to the plot, the girl and her parents are vacationing at the “Kellerman’s” hotel. In reality, such a hotel did not exist, but its prototype did. And the place where all this happened is known. 
Widely renowned, New York’s water towers continue to baffle many. Few ponder over their operational intricacies, the companies responsible for their inception, installation, and maintenance, and the reasons behind the affection New Yorkers harbor for them.
Coinbase is a compelling narrative of overcoming challenges and pioneering a revolutionary product that would later emerge as one of the leading cryptocurrency exchanges in the United States.
For enthusiasts of both tennis and American history, the development of the US Open tournament and the iconic courts that have witnessed the brilliance of tennis legends over the centuries is a captivating journey. Our detailed exploration is presented in this article.
New York is a city that is constantly changing, but despite constant construction, old historical buildings are comfortably intertwined in its urban fabric. Among its majestic skyscrapers and sprawling stores, Manhattan houses several centuries-old treasures: buildings dating back to the 1700s, many of which played an important role in the American Revolution, from colonial taverns to farmhouses.
In the bustling streets of New York, food delivery couriers face a myriad of challenges, from earnings deprivation to the constant threat of robbery, all while feeling neglected by law enforcement. This article explores their daily struggles and how couriers navigate through adversity, establishing recreation centers and forming patrols for self-protection.
Credit Score represents your credit history, quantified in points. If your Credit Score is below 700, securing a rental home becomes challenging. Lack of any credit history may lead many homeowners to prefer another tenant over you.
We tell you where are places in New York for a free overnight stay. They may not be perfect, but they are achievable. If you’re unsure where to go, use this article to help find accommodations.
New York’s iconic hotels are a testament to the city’s rich history, blending the contributions of both prominent American families and immigrants in pursuit of the American Dream. Beyond their renowned hospitality, each of these establishments stands out for its distinctive character. Let’s delve into their stories, exploring the birthplaces of world-famous dishes and cocktails, as well as the preferred accommodations for aristocrats, presidents, millionaires, and Hollywood stars.
A new era is dawning in the world of sports footwear, particularly in women’s basketball. Recently, female basketball players were forced to play in men’s sneakers, as specialized women’s shoes simply did not exist. However, major brands like Puma, Nike, and Adidas are now set to release exclusive shoes for WNBA superstars such as Brianna Stewart, Sabrina Ionescu, and Candace Parker.
Typically, when renting a home in New York, the tenant pays 1-2 months’ rent to the realtor and also pays a deposit for 3-6 months of living. But there are tricks that will help you settle in under more favorable conditions.
Imagine this scenario: you’ve just landed in New York City with only a few hundred dollars in your pocket, and you’re faced with the daunting task of finding accommodation and surviving in this sprawling metropolis. However, at first glance, the odds seem stacked against you – no Social Security Number (SSN), limited finances, a modest credit history, and a lack of documents instilling confidence.
New York City conceals captivating tales in its depths, from the graveyard island nestled at the base of the Statue of Liberty to the forgotten hospital veiled beneath the opulence of a five-star hotel. These abandoned locales exude a distinct allure, leaving imprints of enigmatic mysteries despite their desolate facades.
In 2015, corporate lawyer Songe LaRon and financier Dave Salvant decided to revolutionize the hair salon industry by establishing Squire Technologies. After investing a few hundred dollars in hiring a graffiti artist to create “Download Squire” signs on the streets of Manhattan, they embarked on their journey in the hair appointment service sector.
In the mid-20th century, Jane Jacobs championed her New York neighborhood, and her influential book became one of the key works on cities. Jennifer Keesmaat has taken Toronto to the highest level of comfort among metropolises. Julia Genter brought the theory of small business to the government level. 
Doreen Granpeesheh, founder of the Center for the Study of Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), grew her center into a vast national network and sold it for $600 million to the investment fund Blackstone. Now she faces a new challenge – buying out a bankrupt company.
Artist Phil Ross’s MycoWorks made history by unveiling the first-ever commercial mycelium-based synthetic leather production facility on September 20, 2023.
The coronavirus pandemic has profoundly altered people’s work, daily routines, and shopping behaviors. The most significant impact is arguably on the realm of work, with employees experiencing the unprecedented opportunity to work remotely for extended periods. 
According to the CentiMillionaires 2023 report, published by Henley & Partners in collaboration with New World Wealth, there are 28,420 centi-millionaires worldwide. This number is double what it was 20 years ago and 12% more than in 2022.
Purchasing luxury homes is not just an investment; it’s a status symbol that signifies success and foresight. Jeff Bezos and Ken Griffin are solidifying their positions as major players in the Miami real estate market, and they’re not alone.