NYC: Celebrating Love and History 😻📰

What’s up New York,

Monday’s blistering blizzard is behind us and Wednesday is bringing us clouds and low temperatures. 🌬

Celebrate Black History Month by showing love to BLK MKT Vintage and their collection of keepsakes from the past. 🔍📰

Redbird trains reappeared during this week's snowstorm, utilized by the MTA to learn snow build up from the train tracks. 🚂⛄️

New York-based entrepreneurs behind vintage decor Instagrams and furniture flipping are feeling burnt out after 100 hour work weeks. 💰🛋

A new walk of fame in NYC is located at what’s now known as Theater 80, once a speakeasy, theatre, and jazz club. 🤩🌟

What will outdoor winter dining be like in NYC this season? Take a look at the pros and cons of getting a chilly bite to eat. 🥶️🍴

Winter weather and quarantines won't stop these Valentine's Day ideas, so start planning your day of self-love or show up for loved ones instead. 😻🗽

Song: Saint Mela - First Bloom

App: Black Nation

Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.

-- Martin Luther King

Get Your V-Day Plans Together Ahead of Time 😻🗽

Whether cupid’s arrow caught you this month or not, the 14th will be upon us soon. If you’re not into the Valentine’s Day scene, there’s still a way to use these amazing date ideas in order to have a fun solo night in the city.

Learn what you can do to keep busy, find some adventure, and relish your feels this month. Read more.

What Challenges Do Outdoor Diners Face This Winter? 🥶️🍴

It may be cold, wet, and windy but dining is still happening outside in the Big Apple. There are restaurants trying their best to combat the elements and give diners a great experience.

If you want to know what you’re in for participating in outdoor dining, give this piece from Eater a read. Read more.

BLK MKT Vintage Preserving Pieces of Black History 🔍📰

Some pieces of history can be further enjoyed through preservation, and that is why BLK MKT Vintage has worked so hard to compile their showcase of significant items from black-owned businesses and creatives of the past. Publications, art, haircare, literature, and other objects they’ve worked to preserve remind visitors of creative, vocal, and lucrative moments that impacted black culture.

Learn more about their initiative, the collection, and their operations. Read more

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