Tag: Love The Way You Live

Black Restaurant Week returns to Atlanta this week and into the next. Over the next several days, why not indulge in the very best black-owned food businesses in Atlanta. Black Restaurant Week is dedicated to supporting and promoting Atlanta’s African-American owned restaurants, food businesses and farms. To read more, click here.

Free outdoor dance festivals coming to New York City this summer! BAAND Together Dance Festival located at the Lincoln Center, August 9-August 13 will feature five of New York City’s most prestigious dance companies—Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, American Ballet Theatre, Ballet Hispánico, Dance Theatre of Harlem and New York City Ballet—perform together at Lincoln Center’s Damrosch […]

Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank, the oldest savings bank in New York City, is turning into a giant new center for custom-designed immersive art experiences dubbed Hall des Lumières. Located across from City Hall Park, the revamped destination will begin welcoming patrons this upcoming fall. Guests will be enraptured by a number of glowing, animated, 30-foot-high custom displays […]

Frequenters of the Atlanta BeltLine may have noticed brightly decorated shipping containers popping up alongside both the Eastside and Westside trails. Starting in August, these containers will begin selling food and drink as part of the BeltLine MarketPlace, a six-month pilot program designed to give minority-owned small businesses a leg up in the competitive retail […]

Sunday brunch is about to get a lot cuter. Starting on Sunday, July 10 and running every Sunday through National Dog Day on August 26, HOWM Cocina + Cocktails is hosting Puppy Brunch! The Chelsea restaurant and bar will be encouraging pets and people to dine on dishes for both humans and their four-legged friends.   […]

Five Atlanta events you don’t want to miss this weekend, including Atlanta Streetwear Market, Mean Girls at the Fox, or watch tennis at the Atlanta open, plus much more! To read more, click here.

The best coffee is free coffee, and if you need a little boost to keep your eyes open during an after-dinner flick, this summer program is for you.  Gowanus-based coffee roaster Abbotsford Road Coffee Specialists and its new coffee subscription app, CoffeesUp, partnered with Brooklyn Magazine for a caffeine-meets-cinephile Summer Movies Under the Stars running through July and August. Free films, free coffee, […]

A 15,000-square-foot former warehouse in Chamblee, the newly opened Distillery of Modern Art (DOMA) is a unique concept: part gallery, part distillery, and part cocktail lounge.  Founded by Seth Watson, DOMA makes and serves peach vodka, regular vodka, bourbon whiskey, and rye whiskey. Amaro and corn whiskey will launch soon, and gin will be ready in late […]

Brooklynites now have even more space to stretch out—50 Kent at Bushwick Inlet Park has officially opened to the public. The 1.89-acre, waterfront green space, with $7.5 million in mayoral funding, includes smooth paths, a forest grove, an elevated lawn, a water feature, a family gathering area, an overlook and a plaza with sweeping views of Manhattan, […]

From a distance, the sandwich they came up with (above) looks like its pulled-pork counterpart. But it’s filled with oyster mushrooms. They’re charred, sauteed in vegan barbecue sauce—no Worcestershire—and loaded onto a bun with vinegar-dressed coleslaw. Not long ago, a meat-averse person who found themselves at a barbecue restaurant would have been relegated to a […]