The air is cold, but the house is crowded. Get both the kids and the second cousins off the couch with these diverse diversions.
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New year, new you? After the holiday chaos, it can be difficult to know where to begin. Here are a few ways to get a start on your resolutions.
It's Colduary. Movies are the answer!
Throw caution to the (icy, icy) wind with these indoor/outdoor activities.
February is almost over. Stop pretending you care about those pesky resolutions to “expand your mind” and “better yourself.” You know what you like. Find it below.
If your primary interests include “drunk” and “slam dunk,” March is pretty fun for you.
Spring has sprung! The rain is falling, the wind is blowing, and the scaffolding is blooming. Those of you returning from sunny spring break locales, don’t despair. Those places may have the beautiful weather, but we have the culture. (Right..?)
It was 60 degrees for two days. In. A. Row. Get up! Get out! Get moving!
Sunshine and daffodils. Clear skies and bike rides. Parks and picnics. Pigeons and picnics. Things in spring go better together.
Overheard: One 10-year-old to another, “But if you delete your Facebook, how will I invite you to my wedding? And my kids’ birthday parties?” Ladies and gentlemen, the future. Let’s combat it with culture.
The cold may have bothered us anyway (a little Frozen humor never hurt anyone), but it doesn’t bother us anymore! Try to transition into the spring (or the spring-esque season) with a mixture of indoor and outdoor events.
Springtime in NYC: The weather report warning us of a deep freeze while the subways blast full AC. Whether you’re willing to risk the rain/wind/sudden heat spells or prefer to remain in climate-controlled environments, there is an F-accessible event for you!
Let’s be honest. At this point, you’re a little summer-ed out. Wind down the endless summer with these easy, breezy events.
Here are a few activities to get you through to pumpkin spice latte season.
Public service announcement: today is SantaCon. If you don’t want to spend your Saturday weaving through large crowds of tipsy hoodlums, avoid popular City destinations after 10:00 a.m. (although, that could apply to any Saturday between Thanksgiving and, oh, mid-February.) Here are a few activities to get you through the New Year without being street-harassed by a slobbering drunk Santa.
Many countries still associate Valentine’s Day with an actual saint, but the United States isn’t one of them. There’s a way to spoil any sweetheart (or yourself) in one of these activities.