Neighborhoods

Free Things to Do in Washington D.C.

Adventure always comes at a cost, but this August, keep your wallet, tummy, and mind happy with these free events and opportunities.

A Walk Through Domino Park

The Williamsburg waterfront just got a makeover.

Smorgasburg | NYC vs. DTLA

Derived from the Swedish word “smörgåsbord” (a Scandinavian buffet-style meal), Smorgasburg is the largest open-air food market in America with over 100 local vendors.

Visit Ridgewood’s Stunning Plant Shop Water & Light

Calling all plant lovers. Water & Light Plant Shop opened in Ridgewood, New York earlier this summer (June 1) to bring you an Instagram-worthy experience of picking out the perfect houseplant. We met with owners, Roy Paar and Milana Naumenko, to ask them a few questions about their background, the neighborhood, and any tips on […]

Seattle: A photo tour from Ellie Lillstrom

Seattle-based photographer Ellie Lillstrom has a stunning perspective on the city she calls home.

29Rooms comes to Chicago

This week, from Thursday 26 to Sunday 29, Refinery29 opens its doors to the famed “29Rooms: Turn it Into Art” in Chicago.

Where to Find the Best Coffee in D.C.

Need a cup of coffee to be a fully functional human being? Keep reading for the 5 best coffee shops in D.C.

Free Concerts in D.C. This Summer

Concert tickets can really make a dent in your wallet. Reduce some of that financial stress this summer by attending these free concerts in the D.C. area. They’ve got the music, the food, and the views; just invite some friends and enjoy.

A Walk Through MoMA this Summer

Whether you love modern art or just have a few hours to kill in Midtown Manhattan, the Museum of Modern Art has something to offer.

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