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Meet Our Bloggers: Payal P.

Hi!  I’m Payal ( literally pronounced like Pile ).  I’ve been at Beauteque for 3 months now & boy has it been quite an adventure.  I take care of our social media & this beautiful blog you’re currently on :).   225 more words


Paris Is Burning (1990)

Although the subject of the 1990 documentary Paris Is Burning (ball culture) is unmistakably NYC-specific, it’s not difficult to see its connection to a more recent New Orleans trend: sissy bounce. 707 more words

Brandon Ledet

Recognizing yourself at Home, in a Mess

Blog May 23, 2015

Sometimes the most important thing I do for a client is to keep their eyes on the prize.

The process of destroying and re-building someone’s home during an interior renovation can be traumatic, rendering life and everything in your home dirty, disorganized, and emotionally and physically upset. 305 more words


Gran Fondo New York 2015

Last week I went to New York to cover the Gran Fondo New York (GFNY) for GFNY Netherlands. I also worked together with Kris Clerckx for the Belgian magazine Grinta in which he described his GFNY adventure and with Thomas Braun to make an article about the cycling culture in NY for the Dutch magazine Fiets. 211 more words


Photo Of The Day.

PELHAM BAY – For those who have seen the post on Pelham Bay Park, here is a photo of the southernmost part of the park, right at the track and sports fields. 8 more words


One World Observatory.

1 World Trade Center, on Friday, May 29th, will finally be opening the long awaited One World Observatory. Floors 100 through 102 will be open to ticket holders waiting to see everything that is New York, both past and present, and finally be able to officially look out the panoramic windows into forever. 50 more words


New York City by ssaugat

View of beautiful New York City from the Empire State Building.

As Seen on 500px – May 23, 2015 at 10:10AM