Just because it’s cold now doesn’t mean you should upgrade your Hulu account.
Living in NYC means there is always something to do, whether its a concert or an art opening, a comedy show or a food event, we’ve got you covered.
Smorgasburg x VICE Night Market (307 Kent Ave, Brooklyn @ 6:0 PM)
Everything you could need for a fun night out - food, drinks, music, and art - all under one roof.
This Friday enjoy Bona Bona's famous S'mores Dip Lava Cake, Carnal's mouth-watering short rib burger, and live astrology chart readings by Lexi Armstrong.
My Life with Warhol (99 Gansevoort St, Manhattan @ 6:30 PM)
In celebration of the new Andy Warhol exhibit at the Whitney close associates of Andy Warhol reflect on their personal experiences with the artist and consider how those interactions help us understand his art.
Speakers include Irving Blum, Bob Colacello, and Vincent Fremont. Donna De Salvo, Deputy Director for International Initiatives and Senior Curator, moderates the conversation.
Make Pizza Drink Wine ( 77 Fulton St, Manhattan @ 7:00 PM)
Get schooled by world-renowned pizza chefs Roberto and Giorgia Caporuscio at Kesté’s Fulton Street location, where you’ll spend three hours chefin’ and tastin’ authentic Neapolitan pizza.
Not only will you gain hands-on experience from the cream of the pizza-making crop, but did we mention you’ll also enjoy sipping on complimentary glasses of house red and white wines for the entire night-- plus you'll have delicious appetizers like fried burrata and fresh mozzarella served family-style!
November Public Speaking Workshop: Presentation & Presence (104 W. 14 St, Manhattan @ 10:00 AM)
Terrified of speaking in front of a crowd? Good at it but know you could be better? Preparing to present your ideas in a high-stakes situation?
Melissa Collom’s workshop will give you the skills to present your ideas in a compelling way. Giving you the boost you need whether you’re speaking at a conference, building a team, or interviewing for a job.
2018 CN National Puerto Rican Artisan Fair & Book Expo (450 Grand Concourse, Bronx @ 12:00 PM)
Comité Noviembre transforms Hostos Community College into a haven for everything Puerto Rican.
With over 40 writers and artisans of Puerto Rican descent and thousands of people from and in support of the Puerto Rican Diaspora, This is an opportunity to kick-off the holiday shopping season by getting handmade gifts for those you love.
The Museum of Pizza (55 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn @ 12:00 PM)
If you haven’t had the chance to stop by this cheesy expedition this weekend is your last chance to see it in Brooklyn.
Enjoy interactive art installations, photo ops with see-saws and pizza pies, and a slice of the world’s favorite snack. Check out our Instagram story for a preview of the exhibition.
Brooklyn Chocolate Fest (3159 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn @ 10:00 AM)
Chocolate covered bacon & fruits, tipsy brownies, toffee, pudding shots, chocolate bars, Kosher truffles, honey, chocolate spreads, pretzels, vegan desserts, CBD sorbetto, hot chocolate, chocolate filled wantons, cookies are all up for grabs at this choco-fest. There will even be pickles, a secret cocoa empanada sauce and soaps that look and smell like real chocolate treats.
There’s more than just chocolate to bite, there will be performances by the Hot Chocolate Break Dancers, a balloon artist, The Extreme Magic of Eric Wilzig, an exhibit to feed live butterflies, Kieth on stilts in the morning and DJ Rey Stacks all day.
Norwegian Christmas Fair (317 E. 52 St, Manhattan @ 11:00 AM)
The annual Norwegian Christmas Fair holds hundreds of Northern European delights including Homemade knitted woolen mittens, socks, and hats, Norwegian design, Fresh homemade traditional Norwegian food and Christmas treats.
Make sure to grab a taste of traditional salmon and shrimp sandwiches, gløgg, rice pudding, waffles.
First United Lenape Nations Pow Wow & Standing Ground (643 Park Ave, Manhattan @ 1:00 PM)
This Sunday will mark the first large-scale Lenape Pow Wow on Manhattan Island, transpiring on land that once belonged to the Lenape, marking the first congregation of dispersed Lenape elders in the area since their forced migrations in the early 1700s.
This spiritual and historic event is presented in partnership with members of the Lenape community, this event provides an opportunity for members of the Lenape to gather, while also inviting the New York City community to learn about the Lenape’s historical and cultural ties to New York in a fun and interactive day of presentations.