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Oui, it's official, Paris Fashion Week has come to a close. Help keep your Parisian spirit alive with these French inspired finds. Bisous...until next season. More»
Nothing rhymes with orange, so we're just going to give it to you straight: today is National Creamsicle Day, which is pretty much a free pass to slip out of the office this afternoon for a sweet treat. And lucky for you, NYC has no shortage of creamsicle-inspired offerings: with cupcakes, macarons, and more are all here for the taking (or the tasting, perhaps?), the world is your refrigerator. So go forth and conquer your sweet tooth, folks! More»
Hungover and craving something sweet? Welcome to my typical morning. While research (I'm sure), shows that the best thing to do is drink a ton of water and eat kale, I am just not that strong. Here's a list of my favorite sweets found in the city to help carry me through until my next cocktail hour.... More»
via hamptons.guestofaguest.com: July 14th is France's national day and commemorates the storming of the Bastille, which took place on July 14th, 1789. Because of the excitement around this day, we put together some classic French activities and places to go to shake things up. So pump up the Yelle, smoke a cig and get going! MORE>>>
Happy Bastille Day! July 14th is France's national day -- as it was once called La Fête Nationale (The National Celebration). Bastille Day, commemorates the storming of the Bastille, which took place on July 14th, 1789. This day marked the beginning of the French Revolution. The Bastille was a prison, and even though it only held seven prisoners at the time of its capture, the prison served as a symbol of the power of Louis the 16th's Regime. Therefore, storming of the Bastille signaled that the king's power was no longer absolute, freedom! Because of the excitement around this day, we put together some classic French activities and places to go to shake things up... More»
I'm sure you've been hearing about street fairs, they're nothing new but they're gaining buzz. They're known for the one of a kind trinkets and delicious food ranging from West Indian to Italian! Let's take a closer look at what five of New York's street fairs have to offer, and why they are becoming increasingly popular. More»
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.