Monthly Archives: May 2013

Weekend Pick 6/1-6/2

Escape the heat this weekend and head to Target First Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum.  The first Saturday of every month, the museum not only waives admission but provides the public with free music, performances, and hands-on art projects.  Also, if you’re like me and find it a tedious task to read all of those […]

Prospect Heights Proficient

For a New York City neighborhood, Prospect Heights is pretty much as normal as they come.  A diverse mix of residents and relatively affordable rent (compared to neighboring Park Slope), Prospect Heights is comprised of a handful of brownstone-lined streets and two unassuming main streets—Vanderbilt and Washington.  For those who might get overwhelmed at the […]

Weekend Pick 5/4-5/5

If you’re looking to take advantage of the weather this weekend then head to midtown for Madison Square Eats (Open daily, May 3-May 31, http://www.madisonsquarepark.org/things-to-do/calendar/2013-eats).  Tightly packed in a small triangle between the tumultuous traffic of Broadway and Fifth, this foodie fest features stands from some of New York’s best restaurants.  Take advantage of the […]