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Here's the schedule for Bryant Park Movie Nights 2018

Watching a movie in Bryant Park should be on everyone’s summer bucket list, and if you’ve been missing out this year’s lineup will seal the deal. Beginning June 18, movies under the stars are back on the Bryant Park lawn with a new curator, Vulture, bringing a list of cult...

Monday, June 18, 2018 - 5:53pm

Stretchy ice cream is the ancient dessert taking over Brooklyn

New York City’s hot summers mean we need a lot of frozen treats to keep our cool. But the latest new ice cream to hit Brooklyn isn’t so much scooped — it’s stretched. Meet booza, ice cream’s smoother, denser and creamier cousin, now available at Republic of Booza...

Monday, June 18, 2018 - 3:51pm

Your guide to New York City's best ice cream shops

Warm weather is not a problem when you've got an ice cold treat. Win at summer at NYC's best ice cream shops. Ice & Vice Where else are you going to find ice cream made with ingredients like Swedish Fish Fluff and Vietnamese Coffee with names like Bath Salts and Gold Digger? Only at...

Monday, June 18, 2018 - 3:31pm

Lower Manhattan's hot new Pier 17 is open for business

Lower Manhattan’s new Pier 17 is shaping up to be the city’s hottest summer destination, and its first two venues are officially open for business. Set along the northern tip of the pier with panoramic views along the East River from the Brooklyn Bridge to Red Hook, the Heineken...

Monday, June 18, 2018 - 2:23pm

How the Clover Club put Brooklyn on the cocktail map

When it opened back in 2008, the Clover Club wasn’t looking for fame. But being a serious cocktail bar in still-sketchy Brooklyn, run by one of the first female head bartenders in the city, there wasn’t much chance it would fly under the radar. But when Julie Reiner opened the bar that...

Friday, June 15, 2018 - 7:24pm

Weekly Outdoor Movie Guide to New York, June 14-20

Summer means watching movies outdoors on lawns, rooftops and patios all over the five boroughs, and we’re bringing you a weekly guide to outdoor movies in New York City. Screenings are free unless stated otherwise. Showtime is at dusk (around 8 p.m.) unless stated otherwise. Note that...

Thursday, June 14, 2018 - 7:37pm

NYC's best soccer bars to watch the FIFA World Cup 2018

As unforgettable as it is to be at a World Cup match, most of us are trying to avoid Russia right now. No, the U.S. didn’t get a spot on the 32-team playoff roster this year, but for the next month you’ll still be hearing a lot about soccer. So pick a team and cheer them on from June 14...

Thursday, June 14, 2018 - 6:15pm

The proudest and loudest things to do during Pride Week 2018

For 10 days every June, New York gets just a little more fabulous. Pride Week 2018 glitters up June 14-24, and we've got your guide to the best events. Immerse yourself in glitter and mystique Synth-pop queen Ariana and the Rose brings together some of her most creative friends for the...

Thursday, June 14, 2018 - 4:40pm

8 fun things to do with dad on Father's Day weekend in NYC

You know where you’re taking dad if he’s a steak dinner guy. We’ve got some ideas for making his Father’s Day just a bit  more special. For the longtime New Yorker dad Ride a regular old train to the Brighton Beach stop, where you’ll be treated to free rides...

Thursday, June 14, 2018 - 2:49pm

The Best Things to do in New York City This Weekend, June 7-10

FOOD ChanDonut for National Rosé Day You don’t have to wait until National Rosé Day — it’s this Saturday, in case you’re planning to celebrate — to get Doughnut Plant’s ludicrously fluffy, pink and perfectly sweet ChanDonut, made with Moet Chandon California...

Thursday, June 14, 2018 - 11:44am

At NYC's Barber Shop Museum, they cut hair with gold scissors

Men’s grooming is a changing art, and one that like so many others used to be more glamorous — and a bit more dangerous. Arthur Rubinoff had the trade handed down to him. The men in his family have been cutting hair and giving straight-razor shaves since his great grandfather, who...

Thursday, June 14, 2018 - 10:35am

Sherlock Holmes defeats Moriarty at Manhattan's oldest home

First, there was Shakespeare in the Park. Now, there is Sherlock Holmes on the porch. Manhattan’s oldest house is turning its grounds over to a play starring the famous detective. Morris-Jumel Mansion in Harlem, where former Vice President Aaron Burr once lived, is staging Sherlock Holmes:...

Tuesday, June 12, 2018 - 10:15pm

California's gourmet hot dog sensation Dog Haus lands in SoHo

Summer demands cookout food, and whatever the weather you’ll find craft hot dogs hot off the grill at Dog Haus. California’s popular gourmet hot dog counter is spending the season at its first New York location in SoHo, opening June 12 at Chefs Club Counter (62 Spring St.) Don’t...

Tuesday, June 12, 2018 - 2:03pm

Governors Island gets a free outdoor movie series this summer

There's a major new addition to the city's most scenic spots to watch an outdoor movie this summer. For the first time ever, Governors Island will have its own outdoor film series beginning in June. The theme will be Escape in New York, nodding to the island’s changing role in modern...

Tuesday, June 12, 2018 - 12:48pm

Beyond Sausage debuts at New York sausage emporium Schaller's

The vegan trend has come for your sausages — and it’s at one of the city’s most iconic meat emporiums. Opened by German immigrants in 1937, Schaller & Weber has been the Upper East Side’s destination for every kind of cylindrical meat, as Eastern Europeans prefer....

Tuesday, June 12, 2018 - 11:09am

The country's largest rosé bar is set to open in New York City

First there was a rosé cruise of the Hudson River, then a rosé-themed all-pink Pinknic on Governors Island and now rosé-flavored everything. It was only a matter of time that summer’s wine built a house of its own. Rosé Mansion, a Museum of Ice Cream-style paradise for wine, will open...

Monday, June 11, 2018 - 4:19pm

PHOTOS: Living the rosé lifestyle at the first-ever Pinknic

It hasn't been summer without rosé for years now, but this weekend over 9,500 pink-and white-clad partiers got to experience what it really means to live the "rosé all day" lifestyle on Governors Island at the first-ever Pinknic. The two-day festival featured picnic eats by chef...

Monday, June 11, 2018 - 3:01pm

All the best New York City block parties and street festivals

Street festivals are a staple of New York life, when streets belong to the people for some much-needed time time for outdoor street festival fun, community-building and get to know a neighborhood better. And as a bonus, they’re always free to attend. Find your tribe at New York’s best...

Saturday, June 9, 2018 - 12:14am

NYC Summer Guide 2018: The must-see art & museum shows

This summer, it's all about exploring the architecture of our world in New York City's museums, from nudes by Picasso to utopia-inspired architecture. Summer 2018's must-see exhibits in NYC are all about the beauty of our physical world. Summer of Magic: Treasures from the David...

Friday, June 8, 2018 - 9:17pm

You can join Bill Murray on a Poetry Walk of Brooklyn Bridge

“We’ll cross that bridge when we come to it” is a pretty enough turn of phrase, but Poets House takes the metaphor literally each year. Its annual Poetry Walk, taking place June 11 at 6 p.m., combines poetry readings and a ceremonial crossing of the Brooklyn Bridge. The event even...

Friday, June 8, 2018 - 9:07pm