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Dumbo’s eminently Instagrammable annual freight container photography exhibition, Photoville, reopens this week for the final days of its run, Thursday, Sept. 20 through Sunday, Sept. 23. The exhibits contain the  Read more

Imagine a cityscape where a protected pedestrian and bike path runs all along the waterfront, connecting parks and public spaces along the way. Families can bike from one end of  Read more

Romance is not just a feeling, but a mood. If you want to your loved one to feel wined and dined, or better yet, say “yes,” you’ll need to move  Read more

We are officially in a month with an “R,” so if you buy into the old adage about when it’s safe to eat raw oysters, you’ve got a good 8  Read more

Dumbo’s awesome and eminently Instagrammable annual freight container photography exhibition, Photoville, is back this week for its 7th edition. The installations are up now through September 23, but this Saturday  Read more

This week marks the return of the beloved Brooklyn Book Festival, which means that on Sunday, Sept. 16, almost 300 authors from near and far will be participating in an  Read more

Rose Gold in Bushwick is known best for its dance parties, but they’ve got a great comedy series going, too. On Thursday, Sept. 20, six stand-up comedians who are taping  Read more

Primary Day in New York is here, the penultimate moment for those of us who, in the wake of Trump, are dead set on voting in progressives—or just voting period—in  Read more

A cheeseburger, a craft beer, and a Japanese horror flick about Dracula? We’re into it, guys. If you haven’t yet dropped by Alamo Drafthouse on a Tuesday, you might not  Read more

  What we buy and where we buy it matters. The success of online protest campaigns like #GrabYourWallet proves that people care about where their money is going, and how  Read more

Monday night, Sept. 17, is the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards Ceremony, which is big news if you are my mother, who is a perfectly normal person if you can look  Read more

Sponsored By: The temperature is starting to feel like fall, and with it comes the best running weather of the year. This season’s best running event is coming right up:  Read more

There was a time, not long ago, when the tacos in NYC sucked, and everyone visiting from the West Coast laughed at us. So much has changed. According to Thrillist’s  Read more

On September 22, Bustle is launching its inaugural Rule Breakers Festival at the Lefrak Center in Prospect Park. With headliner Janelle Monàe performing a full set from her most recent  Read more

Fantasy football drafting season is already well underway, so you might as well start training to consume massive amounts of wings in the weeks and months to come this Friday  Read more

September’s back-to-school vibe always makes me feel a little more productive than usual, and that is a good thing this week as it turns out there is a LOT happening  Read more

I can’t say I’ve ever felt particularly compelled to participate in a triathlon—the hardcore sweatiness factor alone is kind of a nonstarter for me—but I gotta say that Wanderlust 108,  Read more

I already mentioned this in our September Culture roundup, but I Am Not A Witch, the movie from first-time director Rungaro Nyoni about a young girl in Zambia who is  Read more

Shortly before the 9/11 attacks, internet artist Wolfgang Staehle set up webcams to livestream snapshots of lower Manhattan for an installation meant to show the predictability of early 21st century  Read more

This week, take a break from stressing over whether MoviePass will offer any movie you’re mildly interested in at any theater vaguely near your apartment and opt for the New  Read more

When something sounds too good to be true, it usually is—unless that something is Blue Point Brewing Company’s launch party for its Good Reef Ale Thursday, Sept. 13. The light,  Read more

Labor Day, traditionally the final bell toll of summer, has come and gone. But there’s no need to surrender to the cult of pumpkin spiced everything, when NYC weather can’t  Read more

It’s easy to figure out what you need to do in real life to advance your business or brand. Knowing how to manage it online is another story. If you’re  Read more

It seems many schools haven’t gotten the memo that summer break is supposed to last until after Labor Day, so school may already be in full swing for your family,  Read more

Even if this past Labor Day signaled the unofficial end of summer, the concert scene in New York is still heating up this September. For starters, the Bell House in  Read more

Whoa, and just like that, it’s sayonara, summer. Hard to believe it really, not just because it zoomed by this year but also because in all reality we are probably  Read more

For our latest podcast roundup, I had a few criteria. I didn’t want to dive into an entire series, and I didn’t want the subjects to be terribly dark. I  Read more

Hot off the heels of the phenomenally successful David Bowie Is… exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum is another major retrospective on a legendary musical act. Starting on October 10, the  Read more

Start your weekend off with a, um, bang by heading over to Babeland Brooklyn after work on Friday for a special Rosé Soiree that will inject a new dose of  Read more

If you can somehow work your connections to score a ticket to the sold-out Afropunk Fest this weekend (or pony for StubHub tickets), you should do that by all means.  Read more

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