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Menopause is one of those words women stash away for later use. Before it happens, it remains a distant, far-off land that you will pass through at some point, when  Read more

The Affordable Art Fair returns to the Metropolitan Pavilion this weekend, which means that thousands of pieces by more than 300 contemporary artists will be on display and priced to  Read more

If you’re headed to the New York March for Our Lives on Saturday, check out our post on the topic to make sure you’ve got all the info you need  Read more

This Sunday, skip brunch (and the inevitable photo you will Instagram of said brunch) and uncover a new way to enjoy a blissful weekend morning. From now until April 29,  Read more

The last Monday of the month deserves to go out with a bang! On March 26, head to Bushwick’s Pine Box Rock Shop for “Pairs n Chairs,” a variety show  Read more

Photo by Daniel Mudliar A little bit Feist, a little big Fleetwood Mac, and a whole lotta good vibes, Wild Child is a colorful, Austin-bred ensemble that’s bringing their indie  Read more

The Parkland students have managed to finally move the needle on gun reform with their unrelenting persistence, passion, and bravery. On Wednesday, March 28, a few dozen of Brooklyn comedians  Read more

Author and Bored to Death creator Jonathan Ames just released his latest title, You Were Never Really Here, a crime thriller novella that is being made into a movie starring  Read more

Singer/ songwriter, Kendra Morris, has lived in the Williamsburg area for years. Although she’s busy recording and performing (see her latest music video, “Nothing,” below), she finds time to explore  Read more

Calling in sick from work is an art form. You’ll need to spend the day wisely. Sleep in, and then do something you wouldn’t normally be able to do on  Read more

Yunha Moh, one half of the team behind Tamra Teahouse in Crown Heights, has some practical reasons for making medicinal teas such a large part of his menu. “Being a  Read more

It takes forever to plan a wedding if you play by the rules. So don’t! Skip the lingering stress of planning your nuptials years in advance, and take advantage of  Read more

It took just a few teenage survivors of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland, FL, to initiate the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C. this  Read more

In our monthly Ask Janah advice column, our resident sex ed expert Janah Boccio, LCSW, answers questions about sex and all the touchy things you may not know how to  Read more

ReachNow is making it supremely easy to get where you want to go this month. From Monday, March 19 until March 29, a one-hour ride in a ReachNow MINI or  Read more

On Friday evening, BAM Cinematek kicks off a new weeklong film series, Si Se Puede!, featuring the work of Chicano and Chicana filmmakers like Luis Valdez (La Bamba), Gregory Nava  Read more

This past weekend I ventured to one of the happenings featured in our March Culture Essentials: The Orchid Show at the New York Botanical Gardens. There are lots of reasons  Read more

Spend Sunday immersing yourself in comfort food at Brooklyn Bazaar’s annual Meatball Takedown from 2-4pm. For the price of a $25 ticket, you get to try unlimited meatballs prepared by  Read more

Weddings and celebrations just wouldn’t be complete without music. If you’re planning a major event or your own nuptials, you can find the perfect band for it at our marathon  Read more

Eskayel designer and founder, Shanan Campanaro, and her husband-slash-business partner, Nick Chacona make textiles, wallpaper and carpets out of their sun-filled showroom in Williamsburg (Eskayel, 75 S. 6th St., Williamsburg).  Read more

If you missed the big Oscar nominees and winners in the theater, they’re now available to view at home. Though a word of warning: Once you watch the best pictures  Read more

At Shit Show, a comedy night co-hosted by New Yorker cartoonist Emily Flake and Ask Me Another‘s Ophira Eisenberg, the comics, who are all parents, divulge all the cringe-worthy, hilarious  Read more

As we all look on in awe at the groundswell of political action that the brave students of Stoneman Douglas High School have set in motion, alumni from the school’s  Read more

On Thursday evening, make the trip out to Red Hook to hear Dr. Leland Melvin, who MUST be the only person ever to be able claim the author/NASA astronaut/Detroit Lions  Read more

When summertime still feels like a dream, and you’re trudging through yet another bomb cyclone, with brown slush up to your knees, there’s a neighborhood in Brooklyn that will remind  Read more

  About once a week, I go the extra mile to cook a truly delicious dinner for my family. More often than not, this makes my children cry. To be  Read more

Friday is the 21st anniversary of the drive-by murder of one of Brooklyn’s most iconic sons, Christopher Wallace, better known as The Notorious B.I.G. To celebrate the music, legacy, and  Read more

Caffeine aficionados can get their fix of award-winning drinks from over 75 vendors sourced all over the world this weekend at the 13th annual Coffee & Tea Festival NYC at  Read more

20 caterers, food trucks, dessert vendors and breweries. An Airstream photobooth. Calligraphy lessons. A wedding decor pop up. Live music and DJs—these are just a few of the things you’ll  Read more

If you had to choose one general category of general things that you’d probably never, ever get sick of…we’re guessing it might be incredible female writers who kick ass. Did  Read more

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