Sep 28, 2020
In New York State, eating isn’t something we do to live, it’s something we live to do. And restaurateurs are looking to us for support,...
Sep 21, 2020
Grab a fleece and your pumpkin spice latte because we’ve got a range of activities on our to-do list all over New York for people...
Sep 11, 2020
Jessica Giovachino uses 3D printing to create whimsical home accessories and playful, beautiful jewelry for GioGio Design. We sat down with her recently to understand...
Sep 20, 2019
What started as a culinary-sociocultural experiment in Brooklyn has now blossomed into a delicious, surprisingly witty and wildly successful national matzo business dubbed The Matzo...
Sep 20, 2019
Check out of your busy day-to-day and unwind with one, some, or all of these makers’ products from our Marketplace.
Sep 18, 2019
We all know what the hustle lifestyle is. (Sharp elbows, raised hands, gallons of coffee, the storming of castles, and shattering of glass ceilings.) But...
Sep 01, 2019
Sep 30, 2018
Sep 21, 2018
New York Makers had the good fortune to attend the premiere of CRADLE OF CHAMPIONS, a documentary directed by Bartle Bull and produced by Donald Rosenfeld and Andreas Roald that follows three...
Sep 11, 2018
Industrious artist David Levinthal creates unique photography using toys and sets to create vivid, life-like imagery depicting powerful scenes of War, Myth, and Desire.
Sep 26, 2017
Peter Shrope makes ceramic glazes by crushing rock of the Adirondack Mountains into fine powder. He uses these glazes to color his masterful, handmade Adirondack...
Sep 19, 2017
Sep 11, 2017
A different kind of grind: Elizabeth Lyons makes beautiful and intricate jars, vases and art at her glassblowing workshop in Rochester, More Fire Glass Studio....
Sep 07, 2017