It's finally time to neglect that diet for a day (or two) and pig out. With Thanksgiving comes tradition, but for those of us who aren't quite at that "cooking the turkey" level, bringing a unique side (quite literally) to the table this holiday will do. From red wine cranberry sauce to a new twist on cornbread, click through for some hearty recipes that are sure to impress.
As Thanksgiving approaches, nothing sounds better then spicin' up the holiday with a few cocktails, shots, and alcoholic hot chocolate! Click through for 17 festive cocktails, because we all know you'll need them.
Ahhh, Thanksgiving. A holiday filled with family and friends, football, and most importantly, good food. Sadly not everyone is as fortunate - more than 59,000 New Yorkers are homeless and hungry, but your help can make all of the difference in spreading the holiday cheer.
Expect to find seven-foot-tall water-jet walls and abstract expressionism drawings on this week's New York art scene. From the bold figural paintings by Francis Bacon to a collection of small scale artwork from various artists, click through for everything you need to see and know.
While most people associate November with Thanksgiving, the month really serves as a precursor to Art Basel for the art and social scene. The biggest art event of the year once again kicks off during the first week of December, and again there are a handful of can't-miss events featuring some of the most thought-provoking, edgy artists exhibiting alongside the most relevant pop culture acts.
Every year some of the most fashionable folk come together to attend the British Fashion Awards; an event commemorating this year's best in British fashion - from designers and creatives, to emerging stars and style icons.
It's about to be Thanksgiving and you have no idea what the heck to wear. Thanksgiving should come with the ultimate style rule of sweatpants-only, but sadly we can't all be that lucky. Trying to impress your family (or worse, HIS family) this Turkey Day? We've got the outfit guide for you.
If you’re seeking inspiration while ‘flocking’ to the nearest grocery store to buy ingredients for the same turkey or side you’ve been cooking for years, chefs in New York are offering unique alternatives to help you prepare dishes for the upcoming feast. Offering insight on what’s cookin’ in his or her own kitchen, we rounded up chefs' favorite go-to dishes to enjoy this Thanksgiving.