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Let's face it, dating can be a little monotonous and it can get really expensive. We've set out to put an end to both the expense and the monotony of dating. Here are seven of our best solutions. More»
Now that we have had a taste of warmer weather and the prospect of climbing temperatures is on the horizon, it's time to start securing your favorite outdoor hang outs; places where you can tan, hang out with girlfriends, and get lost in a good book. While we love the crazy-pretty High Line views and enjoy the occasional Sheep Meadow sprawl, here are some lesser known spots to bask in the summer sun. More»
As much as we love sunshine and lounging outside, once in a while a lazy, rainy day can be the perfect excuse to squeeze in some quality "me" time. Whether you choose to get pampered at one of our favorite spas or lose yourself in the latest, super cool indie film you've been dying to see, there are plenty of ways to take advantage of a downpour. Here are our top rainy day activities in the city! More»
We couldn't be happier that spring has finally sprung, even if it means we have to endure April showers. We just figure it's the perfect time to raid our "Save It For A Rainy Day" dinero and head out to the hottest sample sales in NYC. This week doesn't disappoint, with steep discounts on Badgley Mischka dresses, Walter Steiger shoes, and many more. More»
With the weather heating up and rooftops opening all over the city, happy hour budgets are going to need to take some priority. To keep your pockets and glasses full, we’ve found some ways to have fun for free in the city this week, without dipping into your margarita allowance. More»
Once the new year rolls around, New York’s party people curl up inside, warmed by the glow of the television. Thank god for spring, when we shed our layers and repopulate the dating pool! Whether you’re going on a first date or looking to spice up a long-term romance, picking the perfect spot is key. Dating site Sparkology's Custom Date Planner, Allegra Ben-Amotz, made it simple for you by selecting springtime’s sexiest bars, restaurants, and activities in some of the city’s hottest ‘hoods. Now go, get out there!
Though New York City might be one of the most expensive places to live in the world, there are still plenty of fun ways to celebrate the return of spring without cleaning out your wallet. To make things easy for you, we've rounded up the best free events to check out this week, from pillow fights, to comedy shows.
For years, you've been sharing original sketch ideas with your friends. While standing around the water cooler, you treat your co-workers to a daily stand-up set. You're down to throw on a crazy outfit, hail a cab, and improv your way through Friday night as an original character. You're funny, we get it - and it's time that you honed your craft! For those of you whose life plays out like a stand-up routine, a sketch, or a sitcom, we've rounded up some of the best comedy courses in NYC: from Manhattan Comedy School to the Peoples Improv Theater, here are some of your best bets for breaking into the comedy scene! More»
As the temperature rises and the chunky sweaters are being hidden away for the season, your closet isn’t the only thing that’s going to need a spring-cleaning. A new crop of trends is popping up just in time to welcome back skirts, dresses and wedges. Think roughed up, messy and undone hairstyles to revitalize your look. To keep up with the latest styles, we spoke to some of NYC’s top hairstylists about their favorite new 'dos and how you can recreate them yourself.
Food trucks, interesting crowd-goers and vintage finds are coming together once again with the onset of warm weather. To celebrate the first day of spring this week, we've put together a list of flea markets reopening in a few weeks that have us excited to go outside again. From the Upper West Side to Brooklyn, there's a market for everyone with vintage steals and antiques waiting to be discovered.
Wednesday, May 22
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.