Every “Single” Weekend Listings and other special events

NY Gal, Southern Comfort

You know those coffee commercials or the latest one about lotion where the people getting ready in the morning are just jumping into their clothes, and are happy to start their day. Sometimes the montage shows them skipping in the… 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 →

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 →

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 →

9 Reasons to Go to Afropunk 2013

  Last year, I ventured out to Afropunk  held at Commodore  Barry Park, with no plan of action. I arrived to long lines and a row of alluring food trucks parked outside of the entrance of the park.  I met… Continue Reading →

Solange Rocks Out at the Northside Festival #SayWaughWasHere

    The Northside  Festival brings eight days of film, speakers and live music  to Brooklyn. Among the line up this past Sunday (June 16), was Solange Knowles. The singer who is also worshiped for her quirky sense of style… Continue Reading →

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