Ligne Roset Soho – Save 14% for 14 Days January 14-28 2014

Ligne Roset Soho – Save 14% for 14 Days January 14-28 2014. I toured the Ligne Roset Furniture Gallery during their sample sale in December 2013 and loved the modern styled furniture…(and I’ve been saving up for a few accent pieces).  It might be a little easier because Ligne Roset in Soho (and their other location on […]

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“Cigarettes Are Hazardous To Your Health” Day – Soho Edition!

In Honor Of “Cigarettes Are Hazardous To Your Health” Day – Soho Edition! Saturday, January 11, 2014 marks cigarettes are hazardous to your health day. I am not a smoker (unless you count the occasional Hookah Bar).  In honor of this day, I compiled a list of places where you can purchase cigarettes in Soho.  Cigarettes […]

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Is John Masters Organics in Soho Closing?

The real-estate nerd in me loves checking Streeteasy listings on the weekends for apartments in Soho.  I came across a $15,000 commercial unit at 77 Sullivan Street and the pictures looked very familiar.  After looking at the pictures in more detail, I recognized that it was the John Masters Organics NYC flagship store/salon.  In the listing it says the […]

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On This Day In Soho, 15 Years Ago…(January 7)

On This Day In Soho, 15 Years Ago…(January 7) Have you ever scrolled through the beautiful pages of the Pottery Barn catalog and wondered where the inspiration for the minimalistic, graceful and flattering designs originated? On January 7, 1999, Williams-Sonoma, parent company to Pottery Barn, purchased Wolfman-Gold and Good Company, then a 17 year-old company at 117 Mercer […]

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Graffiti Vandalism In Soho After the January 2nd Snowstorm

Over the weekend I got a text message from a friend with two pictures of new graffiti that appeared on the streets of Soho after the snowstorm (January 2 and 3, 2014) on West Broadway between Broome and Spring Streets.  While Soho was known in the 1970’s and 80’s for its artists, including graffiti, now-a-days […]

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History Of Snow Removal In NYC

This morning was NYC’s first snow storm and after a 6:30 AM workout class, I walked all the way down Prince street from Crosby to Sullivan and not a single car drove past me.  It was SO beautiful and quiet and reminded me the night before Hurricane Sandy.  Unfortunately I had to go into work […]

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Last Minute New Years Eve 2014 Ideas: Soho Edition

Good morning!  I am a little late on putting this together (blame Hertz!) but there are a lot of options on how to spend New Years Eve 2014 in Soho, whether you are on the low-end of the budget or the high-end (re: Trump Soho).  Here are some Last Minute New Years Eve 2014 Ideas: Soho Edition. […]

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How Hertz Stole Christmas Eve

The holidays are stressful.  I am originally from Ohio and travel back from Soho for Thanksgiving and Christmas.  Christmas flights were quickly ruled out since they were over $600 round-trip (normally they are $180).   Looking for alternatives, I researched the cost of renting a car.  Just like that Grinch that stole Christmas, this is how […]

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Happy Holidays From The Judd Museum – A Year In Review

I wrote about my first visit to the Judd Museum at 101 Spring Street in Soho on September 26, 2013 here.  Donald Judd lived from 1928-1994 and was an American artist associated with minimalism.  During his career, Donald Judd moved from figurative to increasingly abstract imagery.  This evolved to large-scaled constructions which he called, “permanent […]

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Get Well Soon: Where To Fill Prescriptions In Soho

The weather is changing quickly, and soon enough, it will be flu season.  Yelp, whose mission is to connect people with local businesses, is a resource that provides ALL options, but SOHOstrut is here to help you make an easy decision BETWEEN options.  Get Well Soon:  Where To Fill Prescriptions In Soho. I Yelp searched pharmacy […]

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Where Harry Potter Meets Hunger Games In Soho – January 2014

As an avid Goosebumps reader when I was in grade school, whenever I pass the Scholastic Store in Soho, I think about my childhood of Clifford the Big Red Dog, The Magic Schoolbus, and now more recently with the Hunger Games.  They also own the characters for Harry Potter, and I might be the only one who […]

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My New Favorite Sunglasses – RETROSUPERFUTURE @ 21 Howard

I read an article about a new eyewear company called RETROSUPERFUTURE that opened at 21 Howard Street in Soho towards the end of November 2013.  When I initially saw RETROSUPERFUTURE, I immediately thought of SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPIALIDOCIOUS from Mary Poppins.  Putting three words together, Retro, Super and Future in the context of eyewear my mind went back […]

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Ligne Roset – My First Soho Furniture Sample Sale!

When I went to the Ligne Roset showroom Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at 155 Wooster street in Soho, I knew that the sample sale would be starting the next morning through Sunday, December 15, 2013.  There were at least 20 people unloading trucks that were packed from their warehouse for the event. Items were being […]

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*Hopefully* Soho Won’t Be Seeing Any SantaCon Participants Saturday

NYC SantaCon is set for this Saturday, December 14, 2013.  SantaCon is a full-day affair in Manhattan where people from the outer boroughs fill the streets and bars in Manhattan dressed in santa outfits.  Most participants stay in commuter-friendly neighborhoods such as Midtown where Penn Station, Port Authority and Metro-North train stations merge.  However, as the years have progressed, some have begun venturing […]

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OK Harris Opening Exhibition Saturday December 14th, 2013

OK Harris is an art gallery at 383 West Broadway showcasing contemporary art and photography. {I previously wrote about their cigar shop attached to the gallery, OK Cigars, here and their November 2013 Exhibition here}.  During the year, OK Harris exhibits six, one-person shows seven times per year. The gallery’s main concern is to show the […]

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