Whether you’re relaxing on one of the city’s beaches or partying atop a sexy rooftop bar, summer in the city is looking hot. Our theme of the month is “Get Outside!” and the majority of our recommendations for things to do in July take advantage of the peak summer season. You may feel like a tourist for a few hours on a Central Park bike or NYC walking tour, but we say break out your fanny pack and live your best life now. If you’re staying in town for the 4th, Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks are on the East River this year between 24th...Read More
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We love the pace of June, when transition vibes between Spring and early Summer mean things will slow down just enough to take it all in. And with June bookending a late May Manhattanhenge and the next one in mid-July, nearly all the west side sunsets this month will be epic. We begin on Friday 6/1 at Governor’s Ball, a 3-day multi-stage music festival on Randall’s Island, with headliners Eminem and Jack White. 50,000 plus concert goers will flock to see over 60 performers. And speaking of music, June is New York Music Month with performances, workshops and...Read More
As the city comes to life after a chilly April, we offer this list of things to do for every single day of May. When it was impossible to stick to only one event or idea, we made it a double. To kick off the month with, well, a kick, head to one of eight NYC La Colombe locations (we like Noho’s spacious, well-lit spot with benches outside) for either a signature draft latte (cold-pressed espresso and frothed milk, served cold) or an iced red-eye, which combines espresso and iced coffee for enough caffeine to get you...Read More
We hope you enjoyed our March events even though it was a rougher month for weather than we had hoped (Nor’Easter Toby, we’re lookin’ at you!). Optimism and new beginnings are our vibe for April, and with all the wonderful things to do in Manhattan, you’ll be feeling fresh in no time. Bonnets, bunnies and brunch abound on Easter Sunday (April 1), and we offer New York landmark Tavern on the Green as the perfect spot for classic live jazz and an Easter Egg Hunt. Weather permitting, follow it up with a stroll through Central Park. For something...Read More
We spoke with two NYC side-hustlers about how they utilize self storage to make things happen. One is a yoga teacher who flexed her business budget by creating a studio space within her apartment. The other is a private chef who chopped costs by entertaining at her pad. Rachel, 27, is a yoga teacher based out of the Upper West Side. “A lot of yoga teachers either rent space from established yoga studios or teach private lessons out of a gym,” she explained. Both have their pros and cons – yoga studios can take 40-60% of the...Read More
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