With the end of summer, comes (seasonal) depression, and with depression, comes tequila. That's a pretty hard medical fact right there. This week we combated the cold and spent a cozy night at Bodega Negra eating some guac, exploring #TheNoblePursuit, and drinking lots and lots of tequila.
Joan Jonas will be signing copies of "In the Shadow a Shadow: The Work of Joan Jonas" at MoMA PS1 andthe premiere of PAN on Sunday, October 4 at the Ziegfeld Theater. As always for full details and more events be sure to check out our calendar!
National Vodka Day is here, we repeat, National Vodka Day is this Sunday, October 4th! We swear this isn't just another reason get our drink on, it's a national holiday! We mean, it's the american dream after all; life, liberty, and the pursuit of libations.
There's nothing like throwing on your comfiest clothes and eating soul warming food on a cold day. While it might not be mom's homemade soup or grandma's pasta, these NYC comfort food spots really do hit the spot.
Saving in your 20s is hard - retirement seems like a lifetime away, you're not making the most, and your social life can add up. But don't dig yourself into a hole by only having a rough idea of where your money is heading.
October is here! 'Tis the season for cable knit sweaters, knee high socks and comfort food-induced comas. In the rotation of trendy veggies, Brussels sprouts are back on top. These bite-sized cabbages are packed with nutrients, high in vitamins C and K, and have been proven to help prevent cancer by detoxifying your system of cancer-causing substances.
Brookfield Place is holding MOVE! an interactive exhibition and Kelly Framel is introducing MOOD, a unprecedented flatware concept. As always for full details and more events be sure to check out our calendar!
The older you get, the less exciting birthday planning becomes. It's almost as if dinner reservations and clubbing is all that comes to mind (it is). But don't lose hope, we have plenty of fun and unique birthday activities to do around the city.