As any trainer will tell you, the surest way to get results—and actually enjoy yourself—is to shake up your workout routine. Here are 10 ways to try something new. You still have time to achieve noticeable results by summer. / Sponsored
The creator of the new TV show, "Public Morals"—premiering tonight at 10 p.m. on TNT—shares his favorite restaurants, what he'd change about Tribeca, where he works out, the joy of Whoopee Cushions, and more. / 10 comments
Plus: A letter you should post in your building; local author of stoner zombie book; it's "A Christmas Carol" time; Espasso chair; kids' class at Live Well Company; Bright Horizons book giveaway. / 6 comments
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Discussed last night: Making the gay pride dances less noisy; Exceed Physical Culture's 6,000-square-foot facility; the change of ownership at Brick restaurant; Duane Park's swing dance party; Soho Rep; and sidewalk café permits. / 2 comments
The new, larger Live Well Company is a gym and a personal fitness studio, and all that open space allows for a focus on athletic performance. "Our members want to get most out of their workout in the limited time they have," says cofounder Anne Marie Bennick.
Also on April’s Community Board 1 agendas: Bareburger to open in FiDi; a restaurant possibly called Hedgie; gay pride dances; St. Nicholas church; Fulton Center retail plans; more.