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  We’re gearing up for some seriously warm, no-tights-under-your-dress weather, but most of us are still nowhere near abandoning our jackets. That’s where sweatshirts come in—the only item of clothing I happily own that has the word “sweat” in the title. But the latest versions hitting the stores have come a long way from the oversized gray Champion numbers you were probably sporting in middle school. Here are some of my top picks for sweatshirts so awesome, you’ll look forward to those cool summer nights.   Warning: Extreme...
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How many times have you passed by a homeless person, and not noticed them? Living in N.Y.C. I would venture to guess that number would be very, very high. It's not often that we stop to talk to, or even look at the homeless. It's something we'd simply rather not acknowledge. Maybe because its scary to think that anyone could be sitting there, a loved one, or possibly ourselves? Well the folks over at the New York Rescue Mission have cleverly created an incredibly heart...
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Tomorrow is your last chance to take part in the interactive art show "RESONANCE" before a wrecking ball knocks down the whole damn warehouse. There is a secret movie theater downstairs, a mud cave, a mirrored ceiling dwelling, a big-ass slide, massive fabric alter, a giant birdcage set up for a ritual and so many other breathtaking pieces.  Featured artists include:Jade BrandtBen BurkeMonica CanilaoMv CarbonNathan CorbinRobin Aurora FrohardtJ McDonaldOrien McNeilMartina MrongoviusBenjamin MortimerNick NormalMike O'TooleJeff Stark with Sarah McMillan, Laura McMillian, and Ryan O'ConnorAllison Termine Next week it will all...
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One of the most beloved holidays on the planet, Holi is a festival in the Hindu tradition that celebrates the transition from the darkness of winter to the brightness of spring with a huge dance party! Revelers get down to bangin’ Bhangra beats, nosh on savory Indian snacks, and most amazing of all, decorate each other with brightly colored powders that represent the virtues of happiness, love, and vitality. Here in New York City, NYC Bhangra and India.com will be hosting their free outdoor festivities, Holi...
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Based on a true story, Belle follows 18th-century English aristocrat Dido Elizabeth Belle as she grows up, finds her place in society, and seeks a husband. The catch—Dido is black. The illegitimate daughter of a Royal Navy Admiral and an African woman, Dido (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) grows up with her blonde, blue-eyed cousin Elizabeth (Sarah Gadon), as the pair are raised by their great-uncle, Lord Mansfield (Tom Wilkinson), and his wife (Emily Watson). Though she is cultured, educated, and beloved by her family, Dido inhabits a strange...
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