September 19, 2016 by Damian O’Keeffe
Sticking with the tradition of Hornblower bringing you new album releases of the year (how can anyone forget French Montana?) Hornblower was happy to partner with iHeart host the release of Usher’s Hard II Love album at Pier 15, broadcast live on AT&T.
The crowd was ready for an exclusive secret show, with the anticipation built by DJ sets from Grits & Biscuits’ EZ Mo Breezy and DJ Square Biz.
Then, finally, …
February 18, 2016 by Damian O’Keeffe
Hornblower New York is hiring! See below for the current job openings in our New York market. For additional information, visit hornblower.com/about/careers.
CURRENT JOB OPENINGS IN NEW YORK
Ticket Booth Agent
Responsibilities include: Accept payment and makes changes for ticket transactions. Issues receipts, refunds or change due to guests; sells tickets from box office as a designated cashier; count money in cash drawers at the beginning of shifts to ensure that amounts are …
January 6, 2016 by Damian O’Keeffe
Hornblower loves to celebrate greatness when we see it and we were recently massively impressed by the amazing smarts and determination shown by some of those that appeared on the Crain’s New York 20 Under 20 list.
Being ones to put our money where our mouth is, we decided to celebrate these talented young minds with a cruise aboard the super stylish Hornblower Esprit.
Here are the stories and successes of …
For New Yorkers, Groundhog Day 2015 provided a tragic update that six more weeks of winter lie ahead. In case you didn’t notice, it’s absolutely frigid outside, and thanks to Phil’s shadow we can expect the cold to last a little bit longer.
Punxsutawney Phil, the world’s most beloved and furry seasonal prognosticator, saw his shadow on Monday morning (despite overcast skies), portending six more weeks of winter.
Phil, you’re a cute rodent…ahem…marmot, but really?! Haven’t the …
Whether you’re following the storm via #Snowmageddon2015 or #Blizzardof2015 on social media, we hope you’re staying warm and safe at home in the northeast as Winter Storm Juno barrels down on us.
Covering seven states from Virginia to Maine, Juno is by far the largest snow storm we’ve seen so far this season. In the New York area, expect to see a foot or more of snow over the next 48 …