Things To Do in NYC This Weekend For Under $10
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Things To Do in NYC This Weekend For Under $10

BY Sehba Mohammad

Light on funds and don’t feel like spending a lot of cash this weekend? No worries: you can still cram a whole weekend of scintillating activities for well...

GO SEE: Jamie LeeLo’s “Brunch Night,” Best Talk Show in Town
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GO SEE: Jamie LeeLo’s “Brunch Night,” Best Talk Show in Town

BY Cacy Forgenie

Featuring a set up that combines the best elements of day time talk and night time talk, comedian Jamie LeeLo's Brunch Night show's approach to late night...

DANCE & CHOW DOWN: At Sweet Spot In West Harlem
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DANCE & CHOW DOWN: At Sweet Spot In West Harlem

BY Cacy Forgenie

NYC Parks Department have partnered with Musical Directions to bring Sweet Spot Festival to West Harlem Piers Park this summer, its fourth year. Sweet Spot...

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