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Travel Guide: Christmas in New York

The holiday season transforms some places into magical winter wonderlands. One of those places is the city of New York. We’ve all seen it in movies — snow falling on Central Park, the glow of the Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center — the only question is how to make the most of your time. To […]

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You Can Now Buy Wine Ice Cream and It’s Seriously Amazing

Nothing epitomizes summer quite like the beautiful blend of wine and ice cream. And thanks to one innovative creamery in update New York, we can have the best of both worlds all year round.

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6 of the Greatest All-American State Fairs to Check out This Summer

As a longstanding beacon of summer and an esteemed symbol of American culture, state fairs across the U.S. have attracted millions from all over the world each year. With an abundance of attractions from Ferris wheels to free concerts, and just about everything deep-fried, state fairs are the real highlight of the warm, sunny season. […]

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Caileigh Scott and Jacklyn Collier of ‘Girlcrush’ Are the Comedy Duo We Need

Girlcrush’s creators, Caileigh Scott and Jacklyn Collier talk about their empowering and funny sketch series, writing relationship, and why feminism truly benefits everyone.

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5 Reasons You Need to Watch HBO’s ‘The Night Of’

For years, HBO has been one of the more distinguished networks helping blur the lines of rich, engaged storytelling seen in film with short-form charm found on television. With immaculate narratives and performances seen in its acclaimed body of programming, the network’s latest dramatic series breathes life into the summer boob tube as the show […]

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Breaking Down ‘Breaking Brooklyn’ with Paul Becker

Up until now, Paul Becker has been known as a dancer and choreographer; protégé to Kenny Ortega, who worked closely with the likes of Michael Jackson, Madonna, Cher, and Elton John. But Becker’s credits are impressive in their own right, ranging from films like Twilight, The Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, and Disney’s The Descendants; in […]

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New York Love Affair

Back in 2007, I took my first ‘Big Girl’ trip by venturing to the Big Apple itself—New York City. I traveled with my high school photography class during Spring Break of my senior year. Seeing as our week’s itinerary was very art-centric, we hit up all the major museums (the Met, MOMA, Guggenheim) and caught a Broadway show […]

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‘Mythos’ Makes Waves and Soars with ‘Sea and Sky’

In an industry where less than 10% of women produce or direct films, it’s refreshing to see someone like Miriam Pultro hammer away at the glass ceiling and build a platform for creative storytelling with “Mythos”. The critically acclaimed web series, which has been nominated and won numerous industry accolades, is the classic mythological tale of a hero’s journey based on mortality, family, love and fate.

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