Soho Inspired Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Father’s Day is coming…with less than five (5) days, here are some last-minute Soho-inspired Father’s Day gift ideas! Vintage ‘Stag Sip n’ Strip’ Glasses – Palmer Trading Company Straight from the “Dude’s Den” the Vintage “Stag Sip n’ Strip” Glasses are perfect for a hip dad.  Fill the vintage glasses with water and watch the clothes peel away. $175 […]

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June Events (Including Father’s Day) At The Scholastic Store

There are several events each Saturday in June at The Scholastic Store in Soho! Starting with Father’s Day Weekend, The Scholastic Store is hosting an event Saturday, June 14th.    Visit the store at 557 Broadway where The Scholastic Store will be reading “Mighty Dads”, a book by Joan Holub and illustrated by James Dean. […]

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‘KeyCafe’ – A Secure Key Exchange Just Launched In Soho!

For a brief period in 2012, I was one of AirBNB’s biggest fans.  Renting out my apartment was one of my favorite ‘hobbies’…until my landlord caught me!  (who doesn’t like making extra money?!)   One of the hardest parts of the check-in and out process was how I was going to get my keys to my guests […]

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For Fragrance Enthusiasts – Scent Stories at MiN New York

I originally visited MiN New York in January 2014 and was invited back in May 2014 for an exclusive launch party.  {You know its exclusive when Guest of a Guest is there} Here is a picture of me with the founder of MiN New York, Chad Murawczyk, from the “Scent Stories” launch party May 20, 2014: […]

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Hudson River Park Picnic – Soho Strut

Perfect for the weekend, the “Hudson River Park Soho Strut” includes: Coffee from Once Upon A Tart Sandwiches from Alidoro A day at Hudson River Park, just a 10 minute walk west from Soho. After sleeping-in this past Saturday {from a late night Friday} a relaxing park day was in order.  A great alternative to Central […]

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Is Metropolitan Lumber On Spring Street Closing?

UPDATE:From two sources: Metropolitan Lumber is always available for rent above market rates as the owner has been trying to lease or sell for many years. Is Metropolitan Lumber on Spring Street closing?  I saw a listing on Showcase.com that is a little disturbing! Please be discreet: Currently Metropolitan Hardware. One of a kind opportunity […]

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June 2014 Soho Strut Newsletter

Its officially been a year since I registered Sohostrut.com as a domain name.  Over the past year, I can successfully say that my goal of becoming a Soho neighborhood expert has been attained.  I reached 200 posts in one year!  {Any blogger would be impressed} Over this next year, my goal is to leverage the relationships I’ve […]

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Raw Charcoal Event @ Spring Studio

Please join Spring Studio at 64 Spring Street Sunday, June 1, 2014 from 6 to 8 pm to celebrate an exhibition of portraits and nudes drawn recently at Spring Studio by Patricia Tallone-Orsoni. On view through June 8 Gallery Hours: Mon. through Fri., 5 to 6 pm and by appointment, 917-375-6086 [GARD]

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Soho Strut Ventures East – Bait & Hook Re-launch

Going to restaurant openings and re-launches has become my favorite perk of neighborhood blogging!  I got invited to the re-launch of Bait & Hook in the East Village last night.  Known as a casual, neighborhood bar/restaurant, Bait & Hook recently hired a new chef {Dave Martin} to reinvent the menu.   The invitation said there would […]

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Soho Strut Photo Of The Week: Prince & Wooster

My brother came to town and took several pictures of the Soho Streetscape!  Here is a beautiful picture looking east on Prince and Wooster Street.  You can see the Camper, SABON, and the Adidas Flagships.  Here is the Soho Strut Photo Of The Week:  Prince & Wooster. Camper is a footwear company headquartered in Majorca, an island […]

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#AlessiLovesSoho Week of Events June 2-8, 2014

Now that Spring is here, companies are finally starting to get out and about in Soho!  Italian Design Company Alessi is hosting experiential marketing events (re: lots of FREEBIES) from June 2nd to 8th, 2014. (previous posts here and here). There will be a street team outside Alessi (130 Greene Street) wearing bright red T-shirts and handing […]

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Why Does Crosby Street Smell So F*&@#$% Bad?

While making a habit of morning workouts at Equinox and SLT (Strengthen Lengthen Tone) [on Crosby Street], I’ve come to learn that Crosby Street gets completely trashed each morning.  Crosby Street smells so f*&@#$% bad! On any other street, strutting around Soho in the morning is one of my favorite past-times.  The streets are desolate, quiet, and make me […]

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Paintbox Nails: Outside The ‘Box’

Paintbox Nails is a specialty nail art salon that launched May 5, 2014.  Lucky me; Paintbox is down the street from my apartment in Soho at 17 Crosby Street.  Paintbox Nails: Outside The ‘Box’ While most women in NYC seem to have perfectly painted nails, I never seemed to have time for manicures on a consistent […]

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Pet Adoption & Author Tedd Arnold @ Scholastic Store May 24, 2014

The Scholastic Store in Soho is hosting author Tedd Arnold Saturday May 24, 2014 from 12pm-4pm.  The title of the event is “A Pet for Fly Guy and YOU!”  The Animal Care & Control of NYC will be there with puppies and kittens ready for adoption.  Ages 3 and up are welcome: In his newest book, A Pet […]

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