Photography & Glass Installation – Soho Salon #2 With Joan Luciano & Michelle Cooke

November 18th was our second Soho Salon which featured photographer Joan Luciano and glass installation artist Michelle Cooke.  Check out more photos here! https://flic.kr/s/aHskps8HDx We had around 40 attendees and are planning to take a brief break for the Holidays.  The Salon Series will resume early in 2016.  Some of the salon topics under consideration are: Paul […]

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Top 5 – Where To Celebrate Thanksgiving In Soho!

People have been asking me for places in Soho that will be offering a special Thanksgiving menu – well here you go!  If you have any suggestions please reach out to Danielle@sohostrut.com. 1.  Hundred Acres – $49 Per Person – 3 Course Prix Fixe Including: Cayuga county free range turkey, herbed stuffing, giblet gravy Cranberry […]

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Upcoming Events At Greenwich Village Society For Historic Preservation

To anyone looking for events that teach you the history of downtown neighborhoods, I highly recommend the Greenwich Village Society For Historic Preservation (GVSHP).  I have been volunteering at the GVSHP for the past 2.5 years and have loved every minute of it.  Upcoming events include {link here}: Tuesday, November 17 – Books about Greenwich Village, […]

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One Year Review – Soho Retail Network!

A year ago, November 10, 2014, was my first retail manager event, at 38 Greene Street!  It all started when Seth Arluke, then North American Retail Director for Fjallraven told me that I can add value to retailers in the area by connecting them through meaningful events and meet-ups. Over the past year, I have hosted […]

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Pre-Holiday Retail Manager Breakfast Re-Cap At Bare Minerals!

Last Friday, November 6, Bare Minerals Shade Shop (118 Prince) hosted our latest retail manager breakfast:   The presentation (by the fabulous Hunter Thomas) focused on the upcoming holiday season and sales forecasts. We learned that Thanksgiving parades all over the United States had their origins from the major department stores in the mid 1900s […]

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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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Upcoming Events In Soho (November 2015)

Visual Text For those of you who want to see all the events in Soho in one place, here you go! <ul> <li>Nov 1 – Nov 7 – Haunted House @ <a href=”http://www.bloodmanor.com/” target=”_blank”>Blood Manor</a> – 163 Varick <a href=”http://www.goldstar.com/events/new-york-ny/blood-manor-1?aff_sub5=&amp;modal_signup=&amp;test_signup=” target=”_blank”>Tickets $29</a></li> <li>Nov 5 – 3D Art Event @ Soho Grand (Free) – <a href=”https://www.eventbrite.com/e/3d-art-event-at-public-factory-tickets-19179426180?aff=es2″ target=”_blank”>RSVP Here</a></li> <li>Nov 5 – […]

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Soho Womens Night @ Soho Sanctuary

Last night I organized a women’s night at the Soho Sanctuary (119 Mercer), a luxury spa that has been around for 20 years in Soho.  Since this was the first of its kind, we kept it casual with wine, appetizers from Chalk Point Kitchen and socializing for two hours.  The full flicker album is here! […]

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ABC Sundays At The Handy Liquor Bar!

I am excited to announce that I am working with The Handy Liquor Bar to develop a series of local events on Sunday nights from 8-11pm.  The first one is this Sunday, October 4th.  For headcount purposes, please RSVP at sohosunday.splashthat.com. After showing apartments in the afternoon, this will be a great opportunity to relax! […]

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Announcing The Soho Salon Series – Starting October 18

I am excited to announce an interesting project called the Soho Salon Series. The first event will be Sunday, October 18 from 3-6 PM and will feature occasional gatherings of collectors, curators, artists, writers and art enthusiasts who will meet and mingle in a informal setting to show and discuss artwork, sources of inspiration, preferred techniques and […]

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Street Strut – Thank You For Supporting ACE!

#StreetStrut: We raised over $2,000 for ACE Programs for the Homeless! {for more photos, click here} My name is Danielle Nazinitsky and I am the founder of Soho Strut.  Our goal is to connect the community through meaningful events in and around Soho. Thursday’s event benefited a very worthy cause: ACE Programs for the Homeless. Thank you to local event partners for making this […]

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Artist Created Moleskine Notebooks For #StreetStrut

On Thursday, check out NYC’s top street artists at #StreetStrut — 165 Allen Street.  Not only will artists be selling original works, but they created original works within a Moleskine notebook and proceeds raised will benefit ACE Programs for the Homeless.  Retail value of the notebooks is over $200 and the silent auction will start […]

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Two More Days Until #StreetStrut!

Hi Strutters! Looking forward to seeing you all at 165 Allen Street (between Stanton and Rivington) on Thursday from 7-10pm for #StreetStrut.  NOTE the venue change!  The space is gorgeous:   Here are fast facts: Rub elbows & purchase art from Cernesto, Brandon Sines, Eddy Bogaert, Gumshoe, Joseph Meloy, Ramiro Studios, and WizardSkull. One of […]

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Venue For #StreetStrut – 165 Allen

Finding temporary space in Soho is one of the most challenging aspects of events!  Many landlords prefer not to deal with a one day rental {who really wants random people in their space?} After confirming the original venue {101 Wooster} the artists toured and the brick walls were a challenge.  Over the past few days, I worked […]

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Family Fun – littlebits is open on West Broadway

West Broadway below Broome street has been changing a lot over the past few months, turning into a tech hub (Amazon Web Services is the Anchor). A cute store called littleBits {355 West Broadway} opened up on the opposite side of the street. littleBits puts the power of electronics in the hands of everyone. Make your […]

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