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From the folks who brought you Bonnaroo and Outside Lands, The Great Googa Mooga Festival has arrived celebrating the Brooklyn spirit in all its indie, foodie, and musical glory. You have probably heard about GGMF and thought "just another festival". Think again. Not only will you do the standard; listening to carefully selected musical acts, drinking from the top breweries' taps, eating from the finest restaurants, and all that, but you will be dining, drinking, and dancing inside imaginatively themed sub-parties among community that has come to seize the day. In today's giveaway you will get a pair of tickets to Saturday and Sunday. Included in this monumental giveaway are two passes to The Kick Back Lounge and a pair of $10 food vouchers. 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!
Craft beer aficionados and those looking for their new favorite brew can be thankful that they won't have to travel far to experience quality beer. Stouts, lagers, blondes or IPA's, there's something for everyone when it comes to beer in this city, but why not travel directly to the source of goodness: The Almighty Brewery. The brewery is the destination where a freshly made beer is within arm's reach, and sometimes accompanied by close friends and good food. We've compiled a list of seven breweries in and around New York City that will get your taste buds salivating for hops.
SXSW is back, starting off the Spring Festival season with interactive displays, musical performances by both headlining acts and undiscovered talent, and creative films starring A-list actors. We're giving you the list of parties we'll be stopping by this year, so you can get an idea of where to go. Check out our official SXSW guide for 2013! More»
Even though our city's G-Men are not bringing home the ring this year, the crowds are still guaranteed to be out in full force. On Sunday, die-hard football fans will watch the season come to an end as the Baltimore Ravens face the San Francisco 49ers. Here is a roundup of some of the best places to watch the big game (and for some of the commercials and Destiny Child's rumored reunion) in the city.
Let's talk about something that's sure to make you hungry. Like, go eat a snack before reading this, because this afternoon, August 10th, from 4-7 PM it seems we have a Food Truck Derby hitting the the Hayground School. The trucks will be bringing all sorts of gourmet treats from grilled cheese to hibachi, as well as donuts, cupcakes and much more. More»
There are notable events in the Hamptons this weekend, including artMRKT, an art fair featuring 40 international galleries and a 4-star barbecue. Back in New York City, be sure to check out "Ghosts in the Machine" a stellar group opening at the New Museum, as well as the 2nd Annual New York City Poetry Festival on Governor's Island. So whether you're on the sand or in the sidewalk, get ready for this week's New York art roundup. More»
Nobody likes having big ideas for the summer, but having a not-so-big wallet. If you are looking to conserve your spending for the summer, then you will definitely want to check out these seven free things to do in the city. Whether your interests lie in music, art, fashion, or even wine- you are sure to find something that will grab your attention. You don't have to spend big to have fun, and these ideas are sure to help you keep your summer moving, but your bank account still. More»
The Surf Lodge is officially sold, New Yorkers may see a rise in beer prices soon, LDV buys Bungalow 8 and plans to relaunch it as a gastropub, L'il Charlie's (formerly the XIX space) is said to be opening in 2 weeks, and so much more in today's Nightlife News Round Up. More»
Monday, May 20
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.