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Daily Archives: February 5, 2013
Culture is asking guests to fill out paper hearts saying what they love about the frozen yogurt shop. It’s an easy task for those of us who will gladly shiver across six blocks and four avenues just to get a snack that itself is frozen. Clearly, many share the sentiment. Some highlights include: “I love
It’s February and love is in the air! It’s also in store inventories and restaurant windows and radio stations. Are you feeling overwhelmed by the options? Well, good news. We’ve scoured Park Slope retail for the best in Valentine’s fare at all price points and relationship levels. And don’t forget about the 5th Spending Spree–
The landmarked Brooklyn Lyceum at 227 4th Avenue is facing a foreclosure auction, Brownstoner reports: The café and theater space in the former bath house is facing a lien of over $5 million. The property is owned by an LLC run by Eric Richmond who converted it to a cultural space in the 1990s–it now has
City Stomp Live has lined up some shows at Dizzy’s on 5th, starting this Wednesday February 6th and performing twice a month through April. The band (pictured above) mixes rock versions of classic kid’s songs with original music incorporating New York City sounds (think cars driving by and radios in the park) and multicultural influences.
This Saturday, February 9, New York Methodist Hospital invites families to come and dance for heart health. The day will be filled with adult and family dance classes and performances led by industry professionals like Tao Porchon-Lynch, the world’s oldest yoga instructor, and two-time World Salsa Champion Anya Katsevman. Classes include yoga, zumba, salsa, ballroom, belly