Nolita Spring Fling Update – March Newsletter

Spring Fling Is Re-Branded!  We announced the Nolita Spring Fling in February which is scheduled for May 5, 2016!  Over the past month, several businesses have requested to not shut down the street (boo!!).  We decided to re-brand this event in honor of…Cinco De Mayo!We will be renting out a loft and hosting Nolita’s largest ever […]

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Morrison Hotel Gallery Exhibition April 1st-17th Featuring Rich Robinson From The Black Crowes

From Friday, April 1st thru Sunday, April 17th The Morrison Hotel Gallery, located at 116 Prince Street will present the artwork of Rich Robinson, co-founder of The Black Crowes. This will be the first time Morrison Hotel Gallery has shown Robinson’s work, and the collection will include paintings and ink drawings, the majority of which have never been […]

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My First #NYFW Fashion Show – Anna Sui RTW 2016

As most of you know, Anna Sui has a beautiful new flagship in Soho on Broome street!   Their team has been extremely supportive of Soho Strut, and I was fortunate enough to be invited to Anna Sui’s 2016 fashion show for New York Fashion Week: Their fashion show was filled with 60’s inspired outfits! […]

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David Beckham In Soho At Balthazar On Valentine’s Day

I was walking back to my apartment on Sunday (aka Valentine’s Day) and there was a crowd and police outside of Balthazar.  After asking around, it was because David Beckham was inside having lunch with his family. You can watch a clip of the crowd here And thanks to Perez Hilton for the great photo:

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Is ZocDoc Leaving Soho? Not Yet ‘Real Deal’ – New Flag On Broadway!

In February 15th, The Real Deal wrote that Zocdoc is looking for more office space, implying they will be leaving Soho.  This morning, I was notified that Zocdoc is “claiming their turf” and a new flag now waves above Broadway and Prince. Zocdoc changed its logo and their new logo is now outside of 568 Broadway.  They even […]

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Top 6 Things To Do In Soho – January 2016

While I’ve been living in Soho over 5 years, I still like to act like a tourist occasionally!  Here are some fun things to try during the rest of January and into February! 1.  Breakfast at Sadelle’s – 463 West Broadway: This morning my brother flew in from Columbus, Ohio for a work trip and we went […]

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Explore The Intersection Of Music & Wellness With Axel Audio x Lululemon Sunday January 17th!

I love when companies find innovative ways to partner with inspirational brands!  This time its a headphone company (Axel Audio) partnering with a lifestyle brand (Lululemon Mens) to create a day-long event to explore the intersection of music and wellness! If you’ll be around Soho this weekend, stop by Lululemon Mens at 127 Prince Street […]

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Where To Buy Powerball Tickets in Soho

While I will not be playing the lottery tonight, it was interesting to see how few locations in Soho there are to purchase lotto tickets.  From the NY Lottery website, there are significantly more corner shops selling lotto tickets near Little Italy versus Soho. Here are 9 of the closest locations to purchase lotto tickets: […]

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Jingle & Mingle Is In 10 Days! Brought To You By Soho Strut X Marie Lou & D

Did someone say party!? Join us December 17th for Jingle & Mingle. From 11am-7pm, join participating Soho retailers for holiday drinks and exclusive experiences/discounts in-store.  Click here for a map of participating retailers including: Burberry, DKNY, Diptyque, Tous, Moleskine, Fresh Cosmetics, Dermalogica, What Goes Around Comes Around, Lole, & Roots. From 6-9pm, Soho Strut paired up with Marie-Lou & D, […]

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Restoration Soho – Who Should Fund Restoration Efforts of Murals & Art In Soho?

After learning about Richard Haas’ mural on Prince and Wooster from the NY Times and its importance to Soho, I started thinking about the other pieces of art from the 1970’s and 1980’s around the neighborhood.  Who is responsible for making sure its being taken care of over time? Other Soho art installations include Ken Hiratsuka’s cement […]

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‘Soho Stories’ Oral History Project Is About To Begin!

Did you know the New York Public Library (NYPL) is working with the Soho Memory Project to create an oral history series on life in Soho during the 1960’s and 1970’s? On Monday from 6-7:30 volunteers will be meeting at the Mulberry Street Library (10 Jersey Street) for a NYPL community oral history orientation session.  The orientation […]

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The Homeless Of Soho – Are They Really Homeless?

I think it finally became socially acceptable to talk about the homeless in Soho after CBS Local reported on November 3rd that local residents have seen an increase in homeless here.  CBS even included a photo from popular homeless destination Vesuvio Playground. While I have heard from a few residents that they in fact have seen an […]

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Shia LaBoeuf Is At The Angelika Theater Right Now!

Shia LaBoeuf has always been one of my celebrity crushes. He did such a great job on Disney’s “Even Stevens” which was a rip off of Boy Meets World {Shia played “Louis Stevens” aka a typecasted “Cory Matthews”}.  Shia was just a little bit more attainable than Cory… Last week, I heard Shia would be at the […]

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The 2015 Halloween Parade Re-Cap

Soho marks the start of the Village Halloween Parade which starts every year at 7pm.  People who live in Soho know to make sure you are out of the area because it gets crazy! The Greenwich Village Halloween Parade is big.  So big it even has a separate Wikipedia page.  The trail is over a mile and brings in […]

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