With the US Open fast approaching, Flushing, Queens will be besieged with tennis fans from around the world. And, while New Yorkers know a lot of the secret haunts, What Should We Do – a different kind of concierge service that provides guests with the latest insider recommendations – has shared its favorite places to eat and play for visitors who will be traveling on the 7 stop subway line.
Spotted In The City: Artist Jason Polan (he of Taco Bell Drawing Club) threw his hat into the tennis ring with this beautiful illustration commemorating the 20 year anniversary of Nike athletes Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi setting up a tennis court guerilla-style on the streets of New York City. Artist Jason Polan draws Agassi-Sampras […]
Thousands of fans are descending upon the All England Club for this year’s Wimbledon tennis tournament. And while this means one thing for many, namely tennis, there are quite a few charms in this chic city – specifially the Coca-Cola London Eye. Centrally located in the heart of the city on London’s very popular South Bank, […]
Prince has set up a pop-up store in NYC to coincide with the 2013 U.S. Open. The space will host appearance by sponsored athletes, viewing parties, and a space selling limited-edition merchandise.
Nike NYC folds in some table tennis into its campaign to get folks in New York to raise their heart rates. The latest event organized by Nike NYC Serving It Up: Tournament of Champions is a ping pong tournament happening this Friday, August 23 at Moynihan Station in New York City.