Roslyn Heights, NY

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Apartment Therapy

A Couple’s 500-Square-Foot Rental’s Colorful Bed Cove Makes a Bold Headboard

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. Name: Ellis Adin, boyfriend, John, and puppy Margot. Tell us a little (or a lot) about your home and the people who live there: John and I met right before the pandemic, and were soon forced into lockdown when New York City was struck with COVID. Early on, we knew we’d quarantine together as other friends and roommates fled the city. After half a year of spending every day together between our two apartments, I found this gorgeous spot in Clinton Hill and knew we needed a new space to call home. From the start, I was captivated by the high ceilings, moldings, and fireplaces. It needed some work, but we saw the potential and could not wait to move in. Decorating the apartment became a therapeutic activity to keep us busy during the pandemic. We were both busy working from home, and looked forward to those pockets of time where we could truly make the place our own. This included creating our own art to hang on the walls as well. Once we were happy with the outcome, we welcomed a little Frenchie puppy into the family.
New York City,

The New York Times Debuts First Vegetarian Weekly: The Veggie Newsletter

The call for vegan and vegetarian foods is growing louder every day, and as the volume increases, the food world is responding. The New York Times has announced that The NYT Cooking team will be releasing The Veggie Newsletter, as well as devoting more space in the digital Cooking section for vegetarian, vegan, or plant-based recipes, reviews, and tips.

$1M Powerball ticket sold in Bronx deli

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — Someone in the Bronx has won some big bucks. A second-prize Powerball ticket worth $1 million was purchased at the S&J Deli on Williamsbridge Road in the Morris Park neighborhood for Wednesday night's drawing, according to New York Lottery officials. The winning numbers were 5...
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13 best places to eat at in Seattle (because it has some of the best restaurants in the country)

Seattle has some of the best restaurants in the country. A few summers ago, as I worked in New York and my partner worked in the Emerald City, I flew out to stay with him. We didn't so much plan an itinerary as we planned meals — breakfast, lunch, and dinner; snacks between breakfast, lunch, and dinner — many of which were at Renee Erickson's great restaurants. After cooking her recipes for years, one of my trip goals was to finally enjoy her food in person. And did we ever. But we also stumbled upon a lot of other wonderful eats. I spoke with my Food52 colleagues to get their takes on the best restaurants in Seattle, and here are our top 13 spots in no particular order.
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The Virtuous Vee

The Doughnut Shops Of Brooklyn, NYC That Will Have You Drooling

Doughnuts have been one of the world’s greatest desserts and snacks that have ever been on the planet. As a matter of fact, doughnuts have become a sweet delicacy in more than just the United States. They are small fried cakes of sweetened dough in the shape of a small golf ball or a small ring. Some doughnuts have jelly or crème inserted into them to ensure the variety.
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The Nerdy Me

3 Coolest Cocktails in NYC According to TikTok

If you haven't tried TikTok yet, then you are missing out. Because this app is an amazing source of inspiration for basically anything, including food and drink spots. So we compiled a quick list of the coolest cocktails in NYC, think the over-the-top cocktails that are definitely worth a picture at the very least. So here is a roundup of the top coolest cocktails in NYC!