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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November’s Soho Salon: Glass Installation & Fine Art Photography

Our next salon is Sunday, November 15th, from 3-6pm featuring glass installation artist, Michelle Cooke, who will explain the interplay between surface, light, illusion, form and material in her development of installation as an art form, and fine art photographer, Joan Luciano Ulbrich, who will reflect on the creative processes, technical skills and “inner eye” that characterize the […]

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The Art Of Collecting Ceramics – Soho Salon #1 With Paul Kowalchuk

This past Sunday marked the first of many Soho Salons featuring collector/curator, Paul Kowalchuk: Paul is an avid collector of mid-20th century American Pottery, exhibition curator, author and founder of the on-line ceramic collectors’ blog, Studio Potter Archive. The event started at 3pm with a wine reception and at 3:30pm, Paul presented his views on “Collecting — A […]

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SKAGGS Wednesday Wisdom: Danielle Nazinitsky

While Soho is a mecca for creative brands and companies, I would like to highlight a huge supporter of my mission to connect Soho based businesses and residents:  SKAGGS Creative. I was lucky enough to be interviewed for their “Wednesday Wisdom” blog!  Check a snippet out below and you can read more here! Danielle Nazinitsky […]

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Cafe Borgia II Lost Their Lease – Closed On Prince Street

The stretch of Prince Street between West Broadway and Thompson Street has seen a lot of change over the past few months, first with Marisa Perry closing, Lisa Perry opening (and subsequently closing – it was a pop-up afterall), and the closure of Badichi belts. This morning, the block lost another Soho treasure, Cafe Borgia […]

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Customer Experience Is ‘Oh So’ Important For SoHo Retailers

With new digital shopping apps and even more competition, the customer experience is changing exponentially and retailers need to keep up. In a PwC presentation earlier this year, there are currently three shopping districts in NYC:  Fifth Avenue, SoHo and the Upper East Side.  By 2018, the number of retail outlets in NYC will double adding […]

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Rumor Has It: Versace SoHo Is Moving To Greene And Broome

Currently residing at 160 Mercer Street (east side between Prince and Houston), Versace is rumored to ink a deal for a new lease on Broome and Greene Street!  The exact location is 75 Greene Street!  Their current store was completely renovated and was featured in Harpers Bazaar not too long ago…   While it is […]

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SoHo Local Discounts & Experiences – Official Launch!

The day is finally here!  A few months ago I announced that I will be organizing a way for local businesses to provide experiences to local residents. In two weeks (ish) I will be sending a postcard to locals for discounts and experiences in the neighborhood! Want to receive the postcard?  Sign-up for the mailing list here! […]

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Announcing the Chalk Point Kitchen T-Shirt Give-Away!

Chalk Point Kitchen and their team have been huge supporters of the Soho Strut community initiative.  They are launching their e-commerce website and have decided to give away some of their latest designs!  We are calling it the “Street Strut” contest to win these limited edition locally sourced t-shirts! T-shirt 1:  “Hail The Kale” T-shirt 2: “Holla for […]

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SoHo’s Campton Gallery Closed On West Broadway

I heard the rumor from a few people and had to verify for myself…   The website for Campton Gallery says that the SoHo location closed and that a new location will be announced at a future date. Campton Gallery did not participate in Art Strut in May 2015, and this is probably the reason […]

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Celebrity Gossip In SoHo – June 2015

In case you missed it, here is some of the more catch celebrity gossip during June! Mike Myers lists two Soho units for $21.5 million – The Real Deal Jessica Alba wows in pineapple print dress in NYC with her daughters – southcarolinasc Chloe Sevigny can’t seem to get enough as she debuts new romance with mystery beau during PDA-filled […]

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SoHo’s Newest Neighbor – The “Soho Ho” From HATE creative

I met Hila from HATE creative after hosting breakfast at Thompson Chemists last year: Hila grew up in SoHo and has a strong background in film.  Hila and her friend/colleague Tate created a non-profit collaborative and creative brand and produce live art shows and videos with their company HATE creative.  Their goal is to promote […]

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