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If you have access to a phone or computer, chances were that your entire weekend was caught up in whirlwind celebration of pride. As it should be! From Friday's landmark Supreme Court decision to yesterday's pride parades across the country, love is in the air. Here is a round-up of our fave #instamoments from #Pride2015.
When traveling, it has become increasingly more popular to skip the hotel and rent an apartment of your own. Airbnb has capitalized on this market, offering both sellers and buyers a place to do business; who needs the Four Seasons anyway?
Tonight, Warby Parker is partnering with Cooper Hewitt to host a very special evening at Andrew Carnegie's former home turned famed design institution, Parley the Ocean hosts a talk at the United Nations and more! As always, for full details and more events be sure to check out our calendar.
Bobby Wonderful: An Imperfect Son Buries His Parents, creates a relatable and darkly hilarious landscape for middle aged children dealing with the aging and death of their beloved parents. Through rich memories and sharp wit, the book is irresistible in its every word.
There simply need to be more days in the weekend. Two brunches are just not enough! And what if, God forbid, one of those brunches is a dud?! Stress not, any one of the restaurants in this weekend's edit will have you sitting pretty and brunching with the best of them.
Comedian Seth Meyers got serious last night hosting a special film screening of Cartel Land alongside The Cinema Society at the Tribeca Grand Hotel. The film focuses on two groups on either side of the Mexico-U.S. border as they fight to stop drug cartels.
A tireless fight, a hard won battle, a victory filled with sweet tears and heart pumping relief and joy. “No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice and family,” JusticeAnthony Kennedywrote as the Supreme Court ruled this morning that the Constitution guarantees a right to same sex marriage.