I wanna make you laugh. I wanna make you eat. I don't wanna make you laugh while you eat, though--that's dangerous.
I've created a show that combines my love of food and funny. It's called The Food Funny. It's looking for a new home at the moment.
I also run a Food Tour Company in the wonderful city that I call my hometown, New York--perhaps you've heard of it. A food tour is where you learn about cool stuff while you eat. Often on your feet.
When I'm not on stage or in the streets, I write for myself and sometimes for others, like Damascus Bakery, I love the Upper West Side.com. I am happy to provide specific samples upon request. On Comedywire, Pitch and a #Binder
Also, sometimes I do the acting thing.
Hudson's Essential Tips to Baking your Best! A Beginner's Guide Here at Hudson Essentials, we have created our products with chefs, bakers, and home cooks in mind. Moreover, we thought it was time to take this relationship with our customers to the next level.
As a self-described Funny Female Foodtreprenuer, I'm always appreciative of my fellow badass broads who take on the daily challenges involved with running a business. Especially in an industry that's been so dominated (and frequently sullied) by men for the last several centuries-I guess that's most industries.
I know that my site may be a little confusing at the moment, but I promise I'm working on it! In the meantime, please enjoy this abbreviated sum up on my culinary experience in Georgia (The Republic of) as I presented it to the Guides Association of New York City .
While the Upper West Side still has to battle this long-standing reputation for less-than-travel-worthy eateries, we've always had a few stellar stand-outs that have made the cut in some of the top NYC foodie publications. But, those of us that live and work in the area know that there are plenty of hidden gems to be enjoyed.
No other city in the world does the holidays like New York! New York City has always had a love affair with the holidays. After all, it was a group of immigrant construction workers who began the tradition of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree on what was merely rubble, so they could feel connected to the homes they left behind.
Now that fall is here-or at least that's what the calendar says-you're very likely running around a lot more than you were during the leisurely summer.
One of the biggest attractions for all who live, work, or just generally enjoy the Upper West Side is the number of quality parks that we have access to.
posted by Pamela Morgan Have I told you that I'm taking ballroom dancing? I adore it. It's my escape for a few hours a week. I was a former jazz dancer; but ballroom dance is like learning a new language. It's challenging but exhilarating.
While most of us Native UWSers have seen our favorite local haunts shutter over the years (RIP Big Nicks), there are still a few that remain. Here's my list of favorites from those who've been a fabric of our community longer than I have.
My favorited series highlights the restaurants, stalls, markets, and any other kinds of food purveyors that make the top of my list for the best of what they offer in this city. Bo's Bagels was a welcome addition to the Harlem Bagel Desert, I've lived in for 10 years, and they do a damn fine job.
Meet the Makers Behind the Bakers!
Damascus Specialties Pita Chips Product Preview Copy
Revised the copy with branding guidelines for their newest product line at the time.
Some of the work I did for former clients
Dana Dow: FLIP FLOP
It's been over a week since the first expose about the most recent slew of Catholic Priests (specifically in Pennsylvania - I haven't stayed up to date with any others that may have come out around the world since then, I'm sure there has been at least another) was brought to light by the #MeToo Media.
We sure are living in a crazy world climate right now! Every day it seems a new man of power is taken down by the sins of their genitals, mouths, and hands. Or, as some would rather say, their accusers. Plus our Assaulter in Chief could bring us to a nuclear war with North Korea any day now!
Have you ever felt like you don't belong in any generational group, despite being born in a generation? Well, if you're like our founders, you have the opposite problem. Welcome to Everyday Exclusive: content for content's sake!
Read writing from Adrienne E. Cooper on Medium. Writer, Improviser, Actor, Native New Yorker, Knower of Things, Silly Human, Entrepreneur. Not to be confused w/the late Yiddish Singer of the same name.
On Monday, March 4th, 2019, the Guides Association of New York City will host their 5th Annual GANYC Apple Awards at the SVA Theatre on West 23rd Street. The tagline for the event is "Those who know New York best, honor the best of New York."
Whether you're planning something huge, like a wedding or a gala, a private dinner party in your own home, or something in between the two, like a progressively themed dinner for about 60 people a la our very own Elev8'd Eats Dinner, you have to put in some effort to pull out a success.
Sunday, September 9th, 2018 marks the 26th year for the Annual Great North River Tugboat Race and Competition. Every year, tugboats from up and down the east coast make their way to our Hudson harbor for a little-known event that celebrates the small and mighty work they do with an event that's perfect for the whole family to enjoy!
Food and Comedy
The monthly show that gets comedians to chef, and chefs to comedy. Check it out, live on stage! You can be the judge!
I wrote the first script for the first show, Mo Rocca was host.