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.
tsf interview: jim courier on davis cup, escaping nyc and his first year of marriage
That’s no sound stage. Behind that HSBC classic? A grass tennis court — in Manhattan. (TSF photos) HSBC‘s “Wimbledon 2011 at Rockefeller Plaza” bestowed Manhattan with its only grass tennis court — even if it was just for one week. The yearly event has run this entire week while Wimbledon itself rocks out across the […]
spotted in soho: marat, the retired
Looking like he was having a tough day of shopping, I bumped into Marat Safin in Soho this afternoon. Safin was joined by a blonde (Russian?!) shopping partner, but he was the one playing the mule, carrying a Ted Baker of London shopping bag and another from Uniqlo. Safin was casual in jeans and adidas […]
goin’ retro: mcenroe and borg channeled for marc jacobs spoof
The internet was abuzz after spoofs of Juergen Teller for Marc Jacobs appeared on this website. Entltled “Mr. Teller’s Borg + McEnroe”, the photos feature two guys dressed up as Johnny Mac and Bjorn Borg in the two icons’ distinct styles. However brilliant, a Marc Jacobs spokesperson has washed their hands of this campaign. Fashionista.com […]