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7 of the Best Farmers' Markets in New Jersey

Shopping farmers' markets are an excellent way to enjoy the outdoors and support local businesses. On top of that, buying food locally is more environmentally friendly, fresher tasting, and contributes to a healthier diet.
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A 15-year-old suspect has been arrested in the shooting death of an 11-year-old girl in the Bronx, police say

CNN — A 15-year-old was arrested Friday in connection with the fatal shooting of an 11-year-old girl in New York City’s Bronx neighborhood earlier this week, police said. The teenager was captured without incident in a hotel in the Bronx early Friday over the killing of Kyhara Tay, NYPD Chief of Detectives James Essig said during a news conference. The teenager and his mother had booked the room the night before, he said.

10 cool ways to beat the heat in NYC this weekend: frozen treats, pools, more

Summer sears the city early this year. Temperatures are expected to hit over 90 on Saturday and Sunday — part of a heat wave that will strike the Northeast and Deep South. Typically, Central Park is around 72 in May, according to CNN. But there’s no reason New Yorkers can’t take the heat. In addition to drinking more water, wearing light colors and staying away from the midday sun, The Post recommends sweating it out by grabbing a to-go frozen cocktail, indulging in a decadent ice-cream treat or catching one of the season’s hottest movies in an air-conditioned theater. Here are...
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Housing Lottery Launches for 21 Arden Street in Fort George, Manhattan

The affordable housing lottery has launched for 21 Arden Street, a five-story residential building in Fort George, Manhattan. Built in 1914 and renovated in 2019 by the Restoring Communities Housing Development Fund Corp., the structure yields 16 residences. Available on NYC Housing Connect are three newly renovated units for sale for residents at 90 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $58,000 to $129,690.

What to do this Week(end): May 21- May 26

Did you all hear it’s supposed to hit 90 degrees this weekend? Better get those A/Cs in windows stat or else you’re staring down an extremely hot Saturday, even if you’re not planning to run in the Brooklyn Half. “Oh well, at least it’s almost beach season,” you may be thinking to yourself. Not so fast, friends, it looks like the main stretch of The Rockaways is going to be closed for the first half of the summer, which has me scrambling to figure out who I know with access to a pool within an hour of the city. Will bring snacks and unfettered enthusiasm for being in the water on a hot day, if you’re interested!

Chloë Sevigny Wears a Sheer Couture Gown For Her Wedding in Connecticut

Although Chloë Sevigny married art dealer Sinisa Mackovic in March 2020 when she was pregnant with their child, the happy couple enjoyed an official celebration in Darien, CT, this past weekend. For the star-packed occasion (from longtime friend and collaborator Humberto Leon to "Russian Doll" costar Natasha Lyonne), Sevigny wore a Jean Paul Gaultier Couture by Glenn Martens gown. The dress (look eight from the spring 2022 couture collection) was an ethereal, white sheer tendrilled chiffon dress, gathered down the bodice and skirt, complete with a voluminous organza hood at the shoulders — that also doubled as a veil.

After Drunkenly Getting Kicked Out Of A Piano Bar, Real Housewives Of New York's Countess Has A New Plan For When She's At Restaurants

Things got a little out of control for one Real Housewives of New York alum during the last St. Patrick’s Day weekend. It was reported that Luann de Lesseps, a.k.a. “the Countess” from a previous marriage title, had gotten drunk the night of and decided to hog the mic at a Manhattan piano bar. So much so that patrons were reportedly successful in getting her kicked out by security. Fast-forward two months later, and the Countess has a new game plan for when she’s at restaurants.

New Jersey Day Trip, See A Fabulous Life-Sized Barbie Dream House Opening This Summer

When I was little, I was obsessed with Sesame Street. It was more than the characters, it was the city of Sesame Street that always grabbed my attention. I loved the general store, the brownstone apartments, and the city streets. The idea of seeing the apartments where my friends lived was the coolest part. The ability to go to Sesame Place was over the top exciting for me. Now, we have an experience just like that for the Barbie fans. Get ready to wear your pink and feel fabulous in the real, world-famous Barbie Dream House!

Levittown Eatery Serves Up Long Island's Best Hot Dogs, Voters Say

Known more for its pretzel varieties, a popular eatery has unexpectedly unseated some of Long Island’s oldest staples to be named as serving up the “best hot dogs.”. Levittown’s Knot of This World Pretzels has earned the prestigious honor - along with several others - after being polled by organizers of the Bethpage Best of LI.

Six Starved Kittens Rescued From Paterson Ally

Six underweight kittens abandoned in a Paterson ally will soon be in need of loving homes. The four-month-old cats were found in a pair of carriers and were described as being emaciated by Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge, who is caring for them. The questions into their story are endless:. Where did...

Grubhub is offering free lunch tomorrow: How to get it

For a limited-time, New Yorkers will be able to order free lunch from Grubhub. The food delivery platform is hosting a "Free Lunch for NYC" event on Tuesday, May 17, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. EST. In a press release, Grubhub said it’s extending a free lunch offer to...

Meet Nolita Dirtbag, the IG Page Poking Fun at Popular NYC Fashion Trends

It all started with some pickles in 2020 at Hester Street Fair in Manhattan. Nolita Dirtbag, who would like to remain anonymous, would make bootleg stickers mimicking logos from popular New York-based establishments and pass them out along with jars of homemade pickles. One was a riff on Aimé Leon Dore’s logo with an “Imma Pee On the Floor” sticker. The cheeky nods to some of the city’s biggest brands was a subtle way for the 25-year-old to set his spears apart and connect the packaging to his interest in streetwear. But in July 2021, he decided to take his jokes to Instagram and Nolita Dirtbag was born.

Tyler McGillivary Launches SS22 Collection "Unnatural"

New York-based designer Tyler McGillivary has unveiled her Spring/Summer 2022 collection “Unnatural,” presenting a truly bold assemblage of feminine and quirky pieces, boasting versatile silhouettes and eye-catching patterns. Inspired by a myriad of motifs and icons, the Washington, D.C. born creative’s latest line mimics the kitchy-ness of early...