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Broadway Week

August 28, 2015

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Broadway Week is set to start on September 7 and run through September 20. If you aren't already looking for tickets, you should be. During Broadway Week you get two tickets for the price of one! Shows include Aladdin, Chicago, Finding Neverland, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, The Lion King, Wicked, and more. Enjoy!

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Arthur Ashe Kid's Day

August 27, 2015

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The US Open kicks off every year with the Arthur Ashe Kid's Day, which is a day of outdoor events for the whole family. Most of the activities are tennis related for obvious reasons, but there will also be performances, juggling workshop, balloon artists, and much more! The fun starts at 9:30am and goes until 1pm, and it's free! At one there is a ticketed concert which you can buy tickets for. Have fun!

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Met Opera Summer HD Festival

August 24, 2015

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The Met Opera Summer HD Festival presents 10 free screenings of operas in Lincoln Center Plaza starting on August 29 and running through September 7. The screenings start around 8pm, but you should definitely get there beforehand as seats tend to fill up quickly. For dates and screening information, visit the website. Enjoy!

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Central Park Conservancy Film Festival

August 20, 2015

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In our opinion, summer just went by way too fast. But it's not quite over. Next week in Central Park watch some movies outdoors between the 72nd Street Cross Drive  and Sheep Meadow. The movies start at 8pm and the area will open at 6:30pm, with a DJ until the movie starts. Movies will be held next Tuesday-Saturday. Visit the website for a list of the movies playing. 

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Blues BBQ

August 17, 2015

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Blues music and barbecue are a perfect combination. This Saturday at Pier 26 in Tribeca, pair Blues music and food from some of New York City's best barbecue restaurants at the Blues BBQ festival. It's a perfect day to enjoy one of the last summer weekends before life returns to normal. But don't worry, the weather will still be good for a while and there are a ton of activities in the fall. 

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Bryant Park

August 14, 2015

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Not sure what to do on a beautiful day? Head over to Bryant Park, there's always plenty going on. There's always an activity of some sort during the day in the summer, like ping pong, board games, putting practice, exercise classes, juggling classes, and so much more. There are also special activites and performances depending on the day of the week. You can also just enjoy sitting in the park with your lunch or a cold drink and people watching. Visit the website for more details on what's going on if you're looking for something specific, or just head over there when you have a moment and see for yourself!

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Ecofest

August 12, 2015

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This Sunday in Times Square (Broadway between 42nd -44th) check out Ecofest. It's free and takes place from 10am-6pm. There will be fun activities for the kids, like recycling olympics and more. There will be interesting "green" products, an Eco Fashion Show, food, drink, and other entertainment. Also check out the workshops and seminars on sustainability and energy efficiency. Enjoy!

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Brooklyn Beer & Wine Festival

August 10, 2015

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This Saturday taste various craft beers and artisanal wines at Restoration Plaza in Brooklyn. Enjoy food and entertainment as well. Regular admission starts at $20 and includes 15 drink tickets for a 3oz taste. You can purchase more taste tickets at the door. Buy your tickets now so you don't forget! Have fun!

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Hester Street Fair

August 07, 2015

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Street fairs can be a lot of fun even if you're not looking for something in particular to buy. Something might catch your eye or you might just have a good time walking around and observing. Every Saturday until October 31, check out the Hester Street Fair on the Lower East Side to do just that. It's open from 11am-6pm and has everything you could imagine: food, handcrafted jewelry, crafts, homegoods, and more! It's located on the corner of Hester and Essex Street.

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