A visit to North Brooklyn’s neighborhoods while visiting New York is highly encouraged. Williamsburg, Greenpoint & Bushwick showcase the epitome of positive transformation, all former industrial neighborhoods revolutionized to some of the most hipster and popular destinations for dining, art, attractions, and entertainment. We promise that there is so much more to Northern Brooklyn than Birkenstocks with socks and barista jams. Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick have more to offer every week. Here is our guide to direct you to some of the best facets of these three amazing neighborhoods. Read more
We are at the “what-the-heck-happened-to-summer” phase. How is it already AUGUST? Luckily, it will be easy to use this last month of summer to the fullest with all of the events New York City is offering. Take a look at our top August activities of 2018.
This summer from July 29th to August 25th, the annual Harlem Week Festival will take place in New York City. This festival began as Harlem Day in 1974, but due to popular demand, the celebration extended its stay. This summer marks the 44th annual celebration that you do not want to miss. Harlem Week offers over 100 events showcasing the community’s unique flavor, promoting Harlem’s rich African, African-American, Caribbean, Hispanic and European history, culture, arts, religion, entertainment and sports. Harlem Week features both outdoor and indoor music concerts, The Upper Manhattan Auto Show, Film festivals, Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run & Health Walk, Sporting events, Adult and children’s fashion shows, Youth programs and activities, Career fairs, HBCU Fair & Expositions, and much more. Read on for our highlighted events.
We are in the heart of summer now and events are heating up. This month is full of arts and culture, take it all in! Check out our recommended activities to do here in New York City this July.
Summer is coming here in New York City and reasons to enjoy the (finally) nice weather and explore all the facets of the Big Apple continue to multiply. Whether you are a history-junkie, a street-art enthusiast, a foodie, or simply just enjoy soaking up the rich diversity that floats throughout the city, New York does not disappoint. Explore beyond the typical city streets of Manhattan and dive into the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens to discover some of the most unique and culturally diverse neighborhoods the city has to offer. Here are our best tips to visit the 3 most booming boroughs of NYC.