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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»
New Yorker's are busy, with little time during the day to experience what the rest of the world calls "lunch." Thankfully, it’s officially food truck season, and this city takes food trucking to the next level. We’ve put together a list of the best spots to try while the sun is out and you have a moment to spare in between meetings. Whether you’re craving falafel, lobster rolls or just need a quick slush, these trucks are worth stopping by. More»
Marathon shopping through the grand department stores of Fifth Avenue can be a full-day adventure. The only thing to distract you from emptying out your wallets on potential purchases is the growling of your stomach that sets in somewhere between shoes and cosmetics. Never fear, Fifth Avenue has got you covered, with gourmet restaurants stationed only an escalator ride away. In rain, sleet, or snow, you can dine and shop without having to step foot onto the streets at these five restaurants. More»
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Last night, StreetWise Partners hosted 400 guests at the Carnegie Institute for Science for the 5th Annual Taste of Success. StreetWise Partners is a nonprofit that seeks to facilitate low income adults' transition into fulfilling careers. More»
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Last night, Bethesda Row screened the '80s classic The Breakfast Club on Bethesda Lane to kick off their '80s movie nights, which are happening every Tuesday in August. Guests enjoyed complimentary popcorn courtesy Redwood, and some brought along additional goodies from nearby stores like sweetgreen, Georgetown Cupcake, Bethesda Bagels, Le Pain Quotidien and the recently opened Luke's Lobster. More»
New York City offers some of the best happy hour deals around and we've been on the hunt for the fishiest ones this season. From fish shacks in the East Village to swanky oyster bars in Midtown, here is our master list of 9 fish happy hours in the city. More»
Governor's Ball is coming up this weekend and with sets by Santigold, Devendra Banhart, and Beck on the way, it is important to show up to Randall's Island prepared for fun. Keep clicking to learn about our must-have survival kit items that we are packing for one of the best NYC summer concert lineups. More»
The buccaneer brains behind The Anchor on Spring street, Gunther Bilali and Jason LaGarenne, are zealously hunting a true gem from Blackbeard's flagship vessel, Queen Anne's Revenge. Their latest effort is to excavate a 13-foot anchor from the depths of Davy Jones' locker off the coast of North Carolina. LaGarenne and Bilali hope they will be able to add this authentic nautical relic to their lounge. More»
Fresh lobster is a delicacy that is often hard for restaurants to properly deliver. Even top of the line restaurants struggle to get lobsters from the water to the kitchen in fewer than three days. Luckily nothing is impossible in the NYC food realm, and there are a few places to get such fresh lobster rolls that if you didn't know better, you'd think you were in Maine. Without further ado, let's take a look at some of NYC's best spots to order a delectable lobster roll. More»
Saturday, May 25
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.