From celebrations of hip hop to performances of modern dance to the dulcet strains of emo pop, New York’s plethora of summer festivals meet just about every need and satisfy just about every taste.
Jack Daniels, Cristal and recreational pharmaceuticals? Come on now, you can do better than that. Put down the warm can of PBR and learn how a real rock star drinks, heavy on the whiskey and the tequila.
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As fall weather sweeps in and baking season sneaks up, it’s the perfect time to hit up your local greenmarket. New York City’s markets are the perfect places to find the best fresh local produce, but that’s not all they have to offer.
Take in the autumn weather in New Jersey, where the bounty of festivals will keep you and your friends and family busy each weekend with fall and holiday themed activities.
Summertime in NYC is full of free music, dance and art throughout the five boroughs. Don’t miss out on the biggest–and most fun– cultural events of the season. Here are some of the best.
New Jersey is busting with great weekend plans for you in all corners of the state. Here are the highlights of the summer festival scene.
Brooklyn favorites like Carroll Gardens’ Frankies 457 Spuntino, Bed-Stuy’s Do or Dine, and Williamsburg’s DuMont Burger will be alongside some of Manhattan’s best restaurants: Craft, The Spotted Pig, DBGB Kitchen and Bar, Brindle Room, and Num Pang Sandwich Shop.
Tired of tube socks and fried funnel cakes? Scare up some Halloween fun, participate in art walks, show off your pets or learn some fascinating New York history instead.
It’s not time to head indoors just yet. Here are CBSNewYork’s picks for the best autumn activities, fairs and festivals taking place in the Garden State this fall.
There’s plenty to do in the city that never sleeps for both the insomniac and broke young professional.