It's been over 10 years since the series finale of Sex and the City, and still, every friend group has a designated character. There are the self-proclaimed Carries of the world, the proud Samanthas, and the bashful Charlottes, but for some reason no one wants to be (or admit to being) a Miranda. She's like the Sporty Spice of SATC, the last one picked on the team. But why? She's a strong career gal, fiercely independent, and speaks to the cynic in all of us. Whether you like it or not, Miranda Hobbes is you, she's me, and she's pretty freakin' fabulous.
Aquanaut, oceanographic explorer, conservationist, and documentary filmmaker. Fabien Cousteau, the first grandson of Jacques-Yves Cousteau, continues to fulfill his family's legacy to protect and preserve the beautiful blue parts of the our planet. With the launch of his new non-profit, Fabien is setting out to educate the public about the misconceptions of the ocean and marine life.
If Leonardo DiCaprio was the leader of the Pussy Posse before, now that he has an Oscar on his nightstand, he's truly unstoppable. Why should he slow down now? The serial modelizer is back at it with the thin blondes (daaaaamn, Leo!) and this time the target of his affections is a stunning, albeit 12-year-old model named Roxy Horner.
It may be "Pretzel Day" across the nation, but no one does them quite like New York. Yes, you can get an authentic classic from tourist-priced stands across the city, or you can indulge in a flavorful favorite from specialty shops such as Sigmund's and Fatty Sundays. Whether you go for salty or sweet, though, be warned: these pretzels will make you thirsty.
Forget the ramen burger, 2016's newest Smorgasburg vendor additions are definitively off the hook. The following 10 joints all hail from international origins so you can expect mouthwatering Berlin-style döner kebab from Kotti, savory breakfast pancakes in the form of O.G. Shanghai-style jianbing, Argentinian street food wonder: the choripan, and much much more. Just be prepared for the huge crowds and long lines that are inevitably to be found.
Just a few weeks back, stepping out of my apartment, I made a right on Prince Street instead of a left. Crazy. Insane, Life changing. I know. Aside from learning that it's apparently been a bit since I properly Soho strolled, I also learned that oblivious me was now spitting distance from a suspiciously popular new spot. Like, I'm talking first few weeks of by CHLOE. popular. The new cool kid in town's name? Joe & The Juice.
We hope this weekend didn't get the best of you because we've got a great line up starting TONIGHT. Kick off the week with the one and only Morgan Freeman and finish it off in Brooklyn. We'll have you booked solid.
It's Beyonce's world, we're just living in it. So, do you think you can make it through her new hour long music video? Yes, yes you can. Last night, at 9pm EST, Beyonce debuted her new album "Lemonade" on Tidal (duh), and, in an hour long giant music video on HBO. And it is juuu-ice---ay. Filled with so much eye candy it was difficult for me to choose which photo to use (I'm a sucker for family moments like the one above), I'm an emotional wreck after it and will no longer be wondering about that crazy elevator incident. Beyonce is Queen. Also, can you even imagine what that deal must have looked like for HBO? $$$$.
Meatless Monday is really tough, and we live for the Beatrice Inn's 45 Day Dry Aged Burger. In honor of Earth Day we've rounded up some of the best bites in New York that make it easy to go vegan (if just for one meal). Who knows, maybe Meatless Monday will become Meatless Everyday.