Some people dream of success, others make it happen. Of course, you can dream as much as you like but waiting for things to happen gets you nowhere. Get active and start making things happen.
Eataly in midtown Manhattan attempts to bring authentic Italian cuisine to NY. Alan Philips compares the pizza, the pasta, the pastries, and other foods to find out which one comes out on top.
The culture and business of the night pervades all areas of our day-to-day life from music and art to hotels and advertising/marketing. We have gone from an underground counter-cultural movement, to a multi-billion dollar industry controlling the tastes and employment of millions of people. Let’s go to the videotape.
I often wonder why people born within a 50-mile radius of Manhattan are so prevalent in the business world. You can travel all over the world and you will see them—in Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Miami, and London—working, harder, faster, and smarter to extract more out of life. It’s not just in business though, it pervades all areas of our existence. It is just the way we function. From a young age our environment shows us what we must do: either we accept what the world gives us or we shape the world around us into our desires and dreams.
From Pylos to Butter Lane, Seventh Street holds a row of tantalizing restaurants that demand the indulgences of those who truly appreciate their food.
In the course of a life, it becomes necessary sometimes, for a logical yet insane individual to dissolve his imaginary cultural restraints and reach for true fulfillment. He must assume a stance against the groupthink culture and declare his insolence. Forcing himself to a separate from those with the inability to think independently. I, hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are not equal; some have the ability to think outside what they are told and some do not...