We don't think children, parents, when they're standing at soccer games, should have to be breathing in smoke from the person next to themNYC seeks to ban smoking in parks Sep 15, 2009
West Nile Virus has returned to New York City, but simple precautions can help protect you and your family from the infectionWest Nile virus detected in New York Jul 17, 2009
We don't think our children should have to be watching someone smokeNYC seeks to ban smoking in parks Sep 15, 2009
Many restaurants in New York have excellent food safety practices, but too many operate at the marginNYC may have restaurants post grades Dec 18, 2009
The NYC Condom Finder is a useful tool to ensure that New Yorkers have access to free condoms wherever they are in the cityNYC finds free condoms using phone/GPS Feb 14, 2011
Thomas P. Farley is an American journalist, web television reporter and manners expert.
Thomas P. Farley is the editor of the anthology Modern Manners: The Thinking Person's Guide to Social Graces , a guide to mannerly living that includes essays by Peggy Noonan, Frank McCourt and Jamie Lee Curtis. During his time as an editor in the features department of Town & Country (2000-2008), he was the editor of T&C's "On the Town" and "Social Graces" columns. It was during this time that he first became known to national and New York television audiences as an expert on issues of contemporary etiquette, appearing on CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS and in periodicals such as The New York Times and New York magazine. He left Town & Country in November 2008 and has since founded the video lifestyle site New York Insider TV. He is also the creator of a site devoted to matters of contemporary etiquette, What Manners Most.
With Irish publisher Kevin Kelly, Farley was the founding editor of The World of Hibernia magazine, a luxury publication launched for readers of Irish ancestry and covered everything from travel to fashion. He joined Town & Country in 2000 and after leaving the magazine, in 2008, unveiled New York Insider TV in 2009.