Summer is flying by, but there's still time to get ready for fall.
We say it every August – summer’s almost gone! There’s still time for baseball games and trips to the beach, but in the back of parents’ and kids’ minds, there’s the lurking realization that it will soon be time to go back to school. And for many folks, that means new clothes.
To fill out those fall wardrobes, a shopping trip to 34th Street is essential, and Tricia Lewis of Fashion Herald can help you out. With the corridor’s amazing array of major retailers, there are going to be plenty of sales and Tricia will keep you updated. She’s already posted three Back to School features on the blog.
While you’re at Fashion Herald, check out 34th Street Partnership archivist Anne Kumer’s post on the history of the Empire State Building. It’s full of facts about and photos of New York City’s most-recognizable icon.
Live music and concerts screened from Colorado's famous music venue drew in fans.
Music series ends its sixth season on August 27.
451 knitters have stitched together during 2014 series.
The three-day per week market welcomes four new vendors to its regular lineup. Artisanal olive oil, Italian bruschetta, raw honey, and farm-fresh eggs are now available in addition to locally sourced produce.