Astro Gallery of Gems is world-renowned for its famous minerals, gems, meteorites and dinosaurs. The business’ flagship 12,000 square foot showroom location, on the famed Fifth Avenue in New York City, aims to delight browsers, and those searching for unique mineralogical finds to dress the decor. Walking into Astro Gallery of Gems one will immediately see that is more than...
Don’t miss the 18th annual Orchid Show at the New York Botanical Gardens.  Each year, the NYBG in the Bronx puts on one of the most beautiful exhibitions in the world.  Let’s face it, New York in February can be a bit dull.  If you are looking to brighten up your life, there is no better way than to...
I always try to maintain positive vibes, so when the pandemic began and continued, I will admit it was not easy. As a digital creator and visual mind, the museums and interactive events I would normally attend were closed. I realized I had to uncover new ways to support the arts and stay inspired for my well-being, and physical...
Museums
Notable museums can now be visited virtually from the safety and comfort of the home by using Google Earth’s Street View. Google’s Museums Around the World allows all to enjoy and learn about art by taking virtual tours through famed institutions around the globe. In this new time of a pandemic, even those living in major cities such as New...
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The ArtPride New Jersey Foundation has partnered with the New Jersey State Council on the Arts on “Keep Jersey Arts Alive,” a digital campaign to build support for keeping the state’s arts institutions afloat. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, theaters, museums, galleries, performing arts centers, dance studios and other groups have already lost over $30 million in revenue. New Jersey...
This week we will offer you a range of 'family' friendly activities in the NYC metro area.  Between Christmas and Chanukah this list was a tough one.. Hello Panda Festival Time to hop on the 7 and head to the “Hello Panda Festival” for some family fun in Queens. HPF is the largest Lantern Festival in North America, featuring a stupid...
An Intimate Portrait of a Baseball Legend. In a much-anticipated collaborative effort between the Museum of the City of New York and the Jackie Robinson Foundation.  In the Dugout aims to explore and celebrate the life of this local legend.  In 1947, Jackie Robinson made history when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers and became the first African-American in Major League Baseball. Subway Cars...