December 19, 2017 by Alexis De Jesus
You better watch out, you better not cry.
You better not pout I’m telling you why.
Santa Claus is coming…. TO HORNBLOWER NY!
Yes! You read correctly. The big man himself is coming onboard our Santa’s Christmas Eve Dinner Cruise. There’s no other way to fill your children’s hearts with joy than to bring them to dance and dine with Santa.
Create one of the best memories of your life by watching your kid(s) have a grinch-wide smile on their faces. The kids aren’t …
December 18, 2017 by Alexis De Jesus
It’s the holiday season! There is no better time of the year to roam the festive filled streets of New York City. There’s something about the ambiance of festive season in NYC that you can’t help but to feel oh so jolly and be drawn right into the holiday spirit.
Here are some NYC Holiday fun facts to get you in the spirit:
– About 800,000 people walk by the Rockefeller Christmas tree daily during the holiday season
– NYC has the most …
December 14, 2017 by Alexis De Jesus
Holiday parties are the best, aren’t they?
Eh, sometimes. Although it may be a great time to let loose and socialize with other departments that you had no idea existed, it’s also a good time to show that you can maintain your professionalism. Below you’ll find a few tips to keep class, eat, drink, and be merry at your office party.
Frank the tank keeps coming around with shots. First of all, Frank the Tank shouldn’t be doing this. Try to stay …
November 15, 2017 by Alexis De Jesus
It’s no secret that when two people have been together for a certain amount of time, you both suddenly have the same group of friends. More individuals are realizing this and looking at this as a fun opportunity to live their best lives and have their last hurrah together. Gone are the days in which having a co-ed bachelor(ette) party was frowned upon. Here are some pros and cons of doing having a Jack & Jill party…
Money is being saved! …
November 8, 2017 by Alexis De Jesus
Thanksgiving- /THaNGksˈɡiviNG/ (n.): a time of gathering and showing gratitude for those who surround you with love and warmth. In American history, this was a peaceful celebration of the harvest season between the Pilgrims and Wampanoag Nation in 1621 in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
It’s that special season where the crisp autumn air touches your face and the blissful, colorful leaves dance their way down to the ground. It’s the season of giving back to the community and feeling grateful for the good …