Photo by Erik Witsoe on Unsplash When it comes to watching movies, you can’t beat this time of year. Autumn festival season begins, nostalgic titles play across theaters large and small, and people finally want to watch them indoors. (I’m sorry, but outdoor screenings are just not as satisfying as the cinema experience #controversialopinion.) It also […]Read more "Film screenings and events we’re headed to this month"
thecnnekt is a digital + IRL platform that spotlights diverse voices in an effort to nurture a cultured, connected community. We spoke with the brains behind the operation, Emily and Chary, about their friendship, ethos, and NYC lifestyles.Read more "Badass Women: Q&A with thecnnekt founders Chary Sathea & Emily McMonagle"
Today marks one year after Hurricane María made landfall in Puerto Rico. Join organizers from UPROSE Brooklyn today at 6 PM in Union Square for a demonstration showing solidarity and support for a just recovery on the island. Tonight’s speakers include Caridad de la Luz “La Bruja,” Elizabeth Yeampierre, Alexandria Ocasio- Cortez, Roberto Mukaro Borrero, […]Read more "Puerto Rico, one year after María: A gathering in Union Square"
Dina is the dynamic and multifaceted creator behind Nur Ceramics, a lifestyle ceramics brand that draws inspiration from her own Sudanese and Somali ancestry while embracing a wider exploration of history, womanhood, and community.Read more "Art as a vessel: Dina Nur Satti, founder of Nur Ceramics, on identity and creation"
Cheese, sauce, dough — it seems simple enough, right? Think again. There’s a lot of mediocre pizza out there, and nothing disappoints me more than a subpar slice. What’re all the calories for!?Read more "An insider’s guide to the best pizza slices in Ridgewood"
The end of summer is near, but we have a few solid weeks of sun left to enjoy — or hide from, depending on personal preference.Read more "Nook Club: Late summer reads set in NYC"
Apartments, and the roommates they come with, aren’t forever. Whether you’ve been living in a place for a few months or a couple of years, the time will inevitably come when you have to part ways with the space and cohabitants you’ve grown to know and love (or maybe not so much).Read more "Feather, the Brooklyn startup that lets you subscribe to quality furniture"
The best free events happening July 20th-22nd, compiled by Nooklyn Agent Kari Langslet. The World Cup might be over, but there’s still plenty to do this weekend. Grab your sunglasses, a few friends, and skip the sunscreen because we’ve got you covered! (Just kidding, don’t do that.) Friday, July 20th, 2018 Outdoor Screening: Fences (W 135th […]Read more "Free events this weekend in NYC"
Let’s get real for a moment — what’s the first visual that comes to mind when you hear the words “startup founder”? Perhaps some variation of a Silicon Valley stereotype, cemented into consciousness by the HBO show of the same name.Read more "Badass Women: Nisha Garigarn on being a female tech founder"
The nationwide surge of first-time female political candidates running in recent elections is nothing short of groundbreaking.Read more "A seat at the table: Women everywhere are changing the face of politics"