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Simone W.

Share Joy: Buy Me Some Starbucks So I Know It’s Real

I was the Mayor on Foursquare at the Starbucks in Downtown Brooklyn before I took a few days off from work and was ousted by some chick who I only saw in line with me once or twice. Every Starbucks… Continue Reading →

5 Literary Events this Nerdy November

Get your fix and add to your bookshelf with this list of book launches and bookish events I compiled for BrooklynExposed.com happening this month. Check out what’s coming up this week below. In addition, if you are fond of comedians who… Continue Reading →

Best Writing Workshops in Brooklyn

You can’t find a coffee shop anywhere that isn’t stuffed with writers tapping away on their keyboards trying to come up with the next bestseller. If you are one of these people or you want to be, but you would… Continue Reading →

New Month, New Look: Laura Mercier Grand Opening

    Get your face made up to match your fall wardrobe. Laura Mercier opens in the cosmetics and fragrance department in Macy’s at Herald Square today (November 2). Behind the counter will be tons of products to choose from… Continue Reading →

Every “Single” Weekend: Things to Do in NYC November 2-3

  This weekend enjoy some vintage shopping, pay homage to one of fashion’s greatest innovators, reminisce with some 90’s music, chow down on chocolates and dust off your ice skates. Don’t forget to follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and Foursquare. Also, let me know… Continue Reading →

Say No to “Lexting”

Say Waugh Dictionary Lexting: (v) The act of sending deep feelings via text message, using more characters than are allowed in a Tweet.  If it were to be transcribed by hand, it would be categorized as a love letter. ____________________________________________________________… Continue Reading →

This Weekend New Yorkers Get a “Taste of France”

All of my senses lit up the minute I turned the corner and walked through the entrance of Bryant Park. Two ladies in bright blue and white fedora hats handed me a map laying out where I could find bits… Continue Reading →

What’s Wrong with Making 300 Sandwiches for Love?

The internet is buzzing today after a woman who writes for the New York Post wrote an article where she revealed herself as the owner of a blog called 300sandwiches.com. Apparently, after making her boyfriend a sandwich, he told her… Continue Reading →

The Breakup Diaries: The Lion, The Witch and The Therapist

I have always considered myself to be a lioness not just because of my zodiac sign but because of my mannerisms and my sense of loyalty especially to the king of my jungle. I would stand by his side. I… Continue Reading →

Every Single Weekend: Things to do in NYC Labor Day Weekend August 31- September 2

There are so many events happening this Labor Day weekend in New York that you are guaranteed to walk into work on  Tuesday feeling stuffed and partied out. Get warmed up by hopping in a kayak and paddling under the… Continue Reading →

A Celebration of Hip Hop History: Wild Style Film 30th Anniversary

Charlie Ahearn the director of the Hip Hop classic Wild Style, is “Down by Law” aka the Coolest Guy Ever! The term “Down by Law” was used in the song “New York, New York” by Grandmaster Flash and the Furious… Continue Reading →

Every “Single” Weekend: Things to do in NYC August 24- 25

This weekend, get waffle wasted, go to camp like a grown up,  party at a  Blues BBQ, or set your mouth on fire at a spicy Kimchi  eating  contest. Celebrate the MTV that played music at an anti- VMA bash,… Continue Reading →

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